{CLOSED} Hurst Beans Handmade Clay Cooking Pot – Giveaway

Y’all know I love dried beans. I love cooking with them. I love “spicifying” them. I love making them as they come. I shared my Rice and Pinto Beans with Andouille Sausage recipe last week, and next week I’ll be sharing another delicious recipe using the 15 Bean Soup package you see above. (In fact, I need to go soak those now!) I’m thrilled to be working with Hurst Beans again, and getting to do more experimenting and spicifying with their HamBeens products!

They have graciously offered to give away one of their handmade clay pots, made specifically for cooking their beans! Before we get to the giveaway, I thought I’d share a few of the helpful links for cooking with dried beans that we have here on $5 Dinners.

Helpful Dried Beans Recipes

Here are the details on this giveaway…

Contest Details

1. Contest ends on Wednesday, October 31st at 5 pm EST. Winners will be announced back here on this post, and notified via email with further instructions.

2. Winner will be selected by Random.org.

**NOTE: If you receive the email newsletter and wish to enter this giveaway, click on the title of this giveaway to get to the site and leave a comment on the site with your name and email address to be entered!

*Disclosure: This giveaway is part of the Hurst beans campaign. I am receiving compensation as part of the campaign. Another yummy recipe coming next week!

Comments

  1. Allee M says

    Coconut Rice and Beans is going to be a “must try” since it has all the flavors my family loves. Thanks!

  2. Kristy Bartlett says

    Either coconut rice and beans or honey ham and beans is going on next week’s menu – I need to do a pantry check to be sure…and possibly a grocery run which could put a crimp in my plans…so let’s say in the next month!

  3. Kristy Bartlett says

    I followed you on Pinterest and repinned Red Quinoa with Avocado, Black Beans and Corn. Which is great because I am trying to learn more about using quinoa.

  4. Linda Pawlak says

    It would have to be Boston Baked Beans! Twenty-eight years ago at a party I tasted REAL Boston Baked Beans for the first time…not the usual canned variety. Oh my goodness…I was in LOVE. I would love to be able to make the “real thing” for myself!

  5. teresa t. says

    I would try the Thanksgiving Butterbeans. My grandma had a recipe that was so good but none of the relatives have a copy. I guess we all thought she’d give it to someone

  6. Connie Barrow says

    I can’t wait to try Lentil and Wild Rice Pilaf. Never thought of adding cranberries and almonds. Yummy sounding.