Originally Posted by cfbeagle
What I am really asking is what sort of pot or cooking apparatus is used to get 5 gallons of beans baked and ready to serve. Do you bake them a gallon at a time, ahead of time and freeze? Or do you have a way of baking them all at once just in time for dinner?
PS I make mine. Not the canned ones.
The foil pans in your smoker are the best and most efficient way to do this, granted you have the space. Otherwise a roaster oven works well but can max out your electrical in a hurry. Those suckers draw lots of amps. Lots of good suggestions here. You may want to check out the road map as there are lots of great bean ideas there. Keri C's beans are always a hit and very easy to do. Good luck.
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