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Old 05-10-2013, 10:38 PM   #1
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Default the famous wampus peach bourbon baked beans (in the weeds)

so, at the very last minute, i decided that we needed an extra side at my niece's first communion party. stumped for what to do, i opted for the world famous wampus baked beans.

the problem was, it has been raining and i didn't want to be in and out of the rain for hours.....

so.....

sorry wampus, but i kind of bastardized your beans due to the rain.

the missus had to have a taste, and despite not eating baked beans myself, we both gave them a go during and after they were done and they are fantastic.

i smoked the fattys, but i finished the beansin the oven, indoors.

i did use maker's mark though! and benton's bacon!

i know everyone will enjoy these tomorrow.

thanks for sharing this great recipe. i love ya even though i think you are kinda crazy.



what a great recipe brother. we will be doing it again. this was a double batch and i had to sub the bbq sauce and ended up using jack daniels honey smokehouse bbq sauce. i used 1 tsp of cayenne in the batch.













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Old 05-10-2013, 10:45 PM   #2
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Way to go, what a good choice.

They are always a crowd pleaser.....
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Looks great. I have a double batch just about ready to come off the smoker. They tasted great before going in. I cant wait to try em with a bit of smoke.
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Old 05-10-2013, 11:12 PM   #5
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Old 05-10-2013, 11:17 PM   #6
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also, i forgot to slice up the peaches, but i'm sure i got them a bit in the incorporating of ingredients. i added them in first after the bacon/onion/bell pepper.
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Thanks....I'm going to try them tomarow with a brisket I'm doing...
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Sorry for the hijack, DS. These frijoles are so darn good I got a little excited.

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I made a batch of these about a month or so ago and they rocked.....as usual.
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Peaches and bourbon cant suck ever. Looks great.
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Sorry for the hijack, DS. These frijoles are so darn good I got a little excited.
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