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Unread 05-29-2006, 11:06 PM   #2
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i had that conversation with our texas lady friend that came here for lunch thursday..She was telling me that real beans are only pinto beans and not the sweet chit everyone makes...

the beans i make, i use 4 types of beans pinto, cannolini(sp), kidney and pink, alot of ground beef, a rack of boneless babybacks and then some sugars, ketchup, etc... and slow cook in a dutch oven... but she said that aint the way its done where she comes from.. and pinots are just pintos done a few differnt ways, but the beans are the stars...

so.... i never did it, never saw it, never tried it... that being said.. share some recipes/techniques. !!
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