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Old 07-29-2013, 08:26 AM   #15
dwfisk
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I use a dutch oven and I'll do them a couple ways.

Baked or BBQ beans with lots of bacon (sometimes SL rib trim or leftover meat from a previous cook) & onions in the smoker. I let them get a good hit of smoke then cover for most of the cook. Careful, then can thicken to mush pretty quick.

I'll do a variety of charro beans, usually with spicey sausage, in the dutch oven, but I'll just put the whole thing on top of the firebox of my RF offset. I actually do a fair amount of cooking (breakfast) this way. It can get a little hot so I keep an assortment of angle iron and tubing to use as spacers to get the dutch oven up a little.
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