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Unread 11-17-2012, 06:28 AM   #16
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Beans with meat is "Beans with Meat". Chili is meat only. Or really if you want to get technical, before the TX version, Chili was made with only Chili Peppers.
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Unread 11-17-2012, 07:20 AM   #17
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I loves me some ranch style beans. And I have added meat to them. If that's a sin it felt sooo right

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And Texans don't like chili with beans in it? Pahleeze! Add some ground beef to those beans and you got chili with beans.
the funny thing is that some Texans use Ranch Style Beans as a way to cheat in chili cookoffs. What they will do is run a can or two through a food processor and add it to the chili. I have tried it and it is good. It helps tighten up the chili a bit.

My mom made a great side dish for years, when we were having hot dogs or hamburgers for dinner. She would sautee down some onions and bell peppers then add two cans of ranch beans. Once the beans were tender, she would add fritos, stir and serve. It was excellent. I still make it from time to time.
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Quick follow up to my beans above. They were really good, tasted ALOT like Ranch Style only more fresh. I'll definitely be making those again!
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I'm looking FW to trying this recipe, although I will probably add some bacon or chorizo. Also, The Homesick Texan is one awesome blog!
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So, you could get a few cans to compare recipes to for under forty bucks.

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Unread 11-17-2012, 05:11 PM   #22
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I was just thinking about beans!
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I think the recipe sounds great!
I love beans, with or without meat, it works for me!
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Beans, beans, the magical fruit,
the more you eat, the more you toot,
the more you toot, the better you feel,
so let's have beans with every meal!

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"Beans, beans, good for the heart
boy oh boy do they make you fart,
When I was younger it was this way,
Now I'm older they make me shart all day"
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I will take my chili with NO beans, and my Ranch Style beans with smoked sausage, and a tortilla to sop up the juice.
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a) I had no clue that "Ranch Style Beans" were not sold in every grocery store in the US.
b) One way I use them: Whenever short on time and I am making canned refried beans I always add a can or two of ranch beans. Easy way to spruce up crappy rosarita beans. The kinds with Jalapenos or Onions work especially well for this.
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I tried Lisa's Ranch Style bean recipe today and I have to say, I failed again! The recipe tastes great but my beans are hard. I soaked over night and cooked for four hours. I think I'm done with dried beans. Lisa's recipe is really good though.
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"Beans, beans, good for the heart
boy oh boy do they make you fart,
When I was younger it was this way,
Now I'm older they make me shart all day"
Hahahahahaha
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I've never been able to cook pinto beans in 4 hours even after an overnight soak. 6-8 hours seems closer.
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