While most of the country slows to a halt, eating (and cooking) must go on and many are turning to healthy comfort foods to help tide us through these rough and murky waters. Beans fall squarely in that category, which is why we're so pleased to welcome Joe Yonan, the Food and Dining editor of The Washington Post and author of the new cookbook "Cool Beans," as our next Table Talk guest.
From limas to lentils, Joe's recent cookbook tackles one of the world's great sources of protein. But with so many varieties and ways of preparing beans, you might have a few questions and there's like no one better suited to answer them all.
While Joe has had to cancel some upcoming dates on his current book tour, you can pick it up right now wherever books are sold. In the meantime, drop all your bean and non-bean related queries for Joe in the comments below from now until Tuesday, April 7. Joe will answer them directly and you might even hear a few of those questions asked and answered on an upcoming episode of our new podcast, Table Talk.
For more on Joe Yonan: https://www.joeyonan.com/
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