A DOZEN COUSINS: Trini Chickpea Curry, 10 oz A DOZEN COUSINS: Trini Chickpea Curry, 10 oz
A DOZEN COUSINS: Trini Chickpea Curry, 10 oz $4.13
Channa (Chickpea Curry) is a perfect symbol for the cultural diversity of Trinidad. This bold dish was originally brought to the island by Indian migrants – but over time, local cooks began adding their own twist with regional ingredients like cilantro. Today, Channa is a staple food that is beloved across the island by people of all backgrounds. You can enjoy our delicious chickpeas over a bed of rice or with a hot piece of your favorite flatbread.
A DOZEN COUSINS: Mexican Cowboy Pinto Beans, 10 oz A DOZEN COUSINS: Mexican Cowboy Pinto Beans, 10 oz
A DOZEN COUSINS: Mexican Cowboy Pinto Beans, 10 oz $4.13
Frijoles Charros (Cowboy Beans) are named after the traditional Mexican horsemen who often cooked this dish over campfires out on the range. These beans have a little kick courtesy of the green chilis and jalapeños and they pair great with rice or a warm tortilla.
A DOZEN COUSINS: Classic Refried Pinto Beans, 10 oz A DOZEN COUSINS: Classic Refried Pinto Beans, 10 oz
A DOZEN COUSINS: Classic Refried Pinto Beans, 10 oz $4.07
Delicious mashed beans, slow-simmered and seasoned with real vegetables and spices according to authentic recipes. Pair our refried beans with rice, tacos, burritos or as a dip to your favorite chip. They are an easy vegan and vegetarian snack, meal, side dish or on-the-go camping or hiking snack.
A DOZEN COUSINS: Refried Black Beans, 10 oz A DOZEN COUSINS: Refried Black Beans, 10 oz
A DOZEN COUSINS: Refried Black Beans, 10 oz $4.08
Delicious mashed beans, slow-simmered and seasoned with real vegetables and spices according to authentic recipes. Pair our refried beans with rice, tacos, burritos or as a dip to your favorite chip. They are an easy vegan and vegetarian snack, meal, side dish or on-the-go camping or hiking snack.
A DOZEN COUSINS: Creole Red Beans, 10 oz A DOZEN COUSINS: Creole Red Beans, 10 oz
A DOZEN COUSINS: Creole Red Beans, 10 oz $4.08
In honor of  Black History Month we are excited to share our limited-edition Creole Red Beans. This dish has roots in African, French and Spanish cuisine but its true birthplace is is the great state of Louisiana. In fact, the love for red beans runs so deep in New Orleans that jazz legend Louis Armstrong used to sign his letters "Red beans and ricely yours."
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