isn't it nice to all sit around the table and do such things together? These beans are of my favorites as well....Unfortunately the season is very short here and much later than in Mexico. I often prepare them mixed with small snippets of fried bacon...will try the version you metioned when the season comes around!
In my home land (southern Italy) people use to let them dry and eat them as a puree ... on the net I found this as an example of the recipe http://en.onegirlinthekitchen.com/2011/03/macco-di-fave-dried-fava-bean-puree.html
Here in the Netherlands we call them "fat beans" and as a kid I had to peel them a lot. I don't know how you call it but we put them in glass jars and stored them for winter. (it sounds like I'm very old?) I think they are delicious. Hugzz..Peebee
J adore ça, mais moi c est crues avace des fines tranches de saucisson une petite tranche de pain de campagne beurrée. Un véritable délice ...... Désolé pour se commentaire en français mais malheureusement mon anglais est trop imparfait .....
blerg! não gosto nada de favas! Mas tinha uma tradição semelhante com ervilhas (peas) - que são bem mais gostosas! Peço desculpa por escrever em português... mas é tão parecido com o espanhol, e a preguiça (para escrever em inglês) acabou por falar mais alto! Espero que perceba tudo!