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Unread 08-01-2011, 06:26 PM   #1
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How do you like your beans? I usually do simple beans, B&M or something. I doctor them up with hunts, yellow mustard, some BBQ rub, and some BBQ sauce. Sometimes I will pour in half a can of coke. I think yesterday I used my extra hot BBQ sauce instead of the milder one by accident.

They came out great with a nice heat to them. Never thought of making spicy beans with BBQ before. But it was a nice surprise!

I usually serve a sweet tangy bean but now will keep this in the rotation. Next time I want to put them on the pit like I've seen here.

How do you all like your baked beans?
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I like the bushs grillin beans straight from the can. No need to doctor up something that's already good
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I like the Pit Boys baked bean recipe.

‪Barbecue Baked Beans Recipe by the BBQ Pit Boys‬‏ - YouTube
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Cool video Pappy...thanks for pointing me there. Hadn't seen that one before...
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I like B&M beans sweetened with something like Sweet Baby Ray's plus whatever else I feel like adding.
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Cool video Pappy...thanks for pointing me there. Hadn't seen that one before...
Pit Boy have about 20 videos on the web that I know of, maybe more. You should check them out.
They almost allways cook on a weber kettle of some type.
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I like B&M beans sweetened with something like Sweet Baby Ray's plus whatever else I feel like adding.
I usually sweeten them as well. That's is what surprised me. I usually make a batch of hot bbq sauce which is my sweet sauce with habanero powder thrown in...put that in by mistake...needless to say it gave them quite a kick...But I liked it...
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I almost never make BBQ beans the same way twice. I'm always tweaking something in the recipe to find the perfect BBQ beans.

Last week I took two cans of Krogers pork and beans added about 1 cup chopped up black cherries, half a sweet white onion, 1/4 cup Sweet Baby Rays BBQ sauce, 3 tbs Jim Beam Red stag Black Cherry Bourbon, 2 tbs molasses, 2 tbs honey, and several dashes of Professor Payne Indeass's Sphincter Shrinker Hot sauce. (your favorite hot sauce will work)

Baked in the oven at 350º until all nice and bubbly.

I love my beans sweet and spicy!
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I like mine the Wampus way. They were awesome.
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Bush's and Ranch Style are a regular staple here. Just tried Keri's hog apple beans, and we'll be doing them quite often.

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I always thought they were best when they stay in the can... More room for the good stuff that way!
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I assume the Wampus and Keri recipes are these?

http://www.bbq-brethren.com/forum/sh...d.php?t=105995
http://www.bbq-brethren.com/forum/sh...07&postcount=9

Both sound great. The Wampus ones remind me of a baked bean recipe my mother in law makes that is heavily loaded with sausage. I will eat those straight on a hot dog bun as a sandwich with some mustard and onions on them.

Good stuff here. But does sound like more sweet than spicy fans out there?
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If I don't eat them as is, I'll add bacon, assorted bell peppers and onion. maybe add some of the rub or sauce I am using to balance the flavors out with the main dish.


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I like them as-is when making dinner or something like that for myself. When sending out BBQ, or when I get the hankering for some BBQ beans, I'm like Blue Howler and I don't follow a recipe really, it's more just sort of based on what I have to a degree. I typically add chopped onion, peppers, jalapeno and garlic, then add in some brown sugar and/or maple syrup, mustard, rub, and a variety of meats (the more the merrier normally). I try and have at least one of the meats be smoked sausage.
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