mayo coba (mayocoba) bean
see peruano bean
From The Food Lover's Companion, Fourth edition by Sharon Tyler Herbst and Ron Herbst. Copyright © 2007, 2001, 1995, 1990 by Barron's Educational Series, Inc.
Add a twist to sandwiches or tacos with custom mayonnaise: Mix plain mayo with citrus zest or juice, fresh herbs, chopped olives or a condiment like pesto or Sriracha.
Summer means cookouts, and cookouts mean pasta salad. We're bringing our favorite kinds of pasta salad to the table and letting the mayo and no-mayo renditions duke it out once and for all.
It’s the quintessential “bad” food laden with artery clogging saturated fat. For years, we’ve been told to “hold the mayo,” but is it really as bad as they say?
The summer side dish doesn't necessarily have to involve loads of mayo -- but used in moderate amounts, the creamy condiment can still be a part of a healthy slaw.
Try these healthy, mayo-free summer sides that’ll please the mayo haters, lighten things up a bit, and keep your picnic spread safe sans refrigeration.
Beans are one of the oldest foods known to humanity and it’s no wonder why. With the multitude of varieties, versatility and nutritional benefits, what more can you ask for?
Satisfy your Cinco de Mayo cravings at Food Network-approved Mexican eateries across the country.
Get your Cinco de Mayo fiesta started with these festive appetizers and killer cocktails.
Check out a few of Food Network's favorite mayonnaise-free side salads, each quick, simple recipes ideal for casual outdoor entertaining.