Beans on Toast for Two

featuredThis is an inexpensive intimate meal. Something to have when you don’t want any fuss, to eat while reading a good book on a blustery day. Usually the beans are from a can, the toast a garden variety wheat or white from a plastic bag. But Tomatero farms had some beautiful Tongue of Fire beans for sale at the last farmers market and I couldn’t resist. Fresh beans are faster and easier to cook than dried beans, so though this is more complicated than opening a can, it’s not that bad. Why for two? Because this is a garlicky dish that should be eaten by those who share a space, otherwise you might find yourself on the couch until the vapors clear. Continue reading