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Unread 05-08-2011, 03:03 PM   #16
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I'm gonna have to give this one a try myself.... I love peach and this sounds like a pretty sweet (literally) baked beans recipe :)
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Unread 05-09-2011, 10:30 AM   #17
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Yes.....very sweet. But more than just that, there's something unique about the flavor. I get hints of the garlic, the bourbon, the peach, the mustard, but (IMO) not too much of just one thing.

My favorite thing about it (if I had to pick one) is the pieces of fatty you come across in a bite.

Seriously hoping folks check this out and follow up with me with HONEST feedback.

Too sweet?
Good balance of flavors?
Too much of one thing or another?
Just right?

Let me know y'all!
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Unread 05-09-2011, 11:50 AM   #18
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Gotta add to my-let's give this a try list.
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Ok subscribed to this thread to try out your recipe soon. I recently picked up the FD apricot bourbon sauce and loved it. It's on manager's special sale at my local Kroger.
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Sounds really good , I want to try this soon.
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Unread 05-09-2011, 04:12 PM   #21
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Another bullet in the bandolero,
just in time for the summer season.
Thanks for sharing.
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Think I'll try this but start with cooking my own dried navy beans first and draining them. I know it'll be too sweet for Redhot's tastes so I may cut back on the brown sugar, use Dancing Pigs hot for the sauce cuz that's one of the Famous Daves not carried here that I can find and maybe add some cayenne.
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Dude! Sounds great. I have a similar recipe. I use either Bush beans or plain ol pork-n-beans and rinse them in a colander to remove the juice they are packed in and then start from there. Your recipe sounds good I will try.
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I think the next time I do them I'll do the samy Guerry. Only THIS time I'll PROPERLY soak and cook th dried beans.

This last time they ended up very sweet and I think that would be cut back with the use of "plain" dried beans vs canned baked beans.


Let me know what you think!
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I tried these yesterday and they were AWSOME!!! The only thing I did different was the bbq sauce. I used my homemade Spicy Apple BBQ suace (a recipe I got here).


If I were to change anything, I think I'd try adding another can of beans. There's so much other good stuff going on in there, the beans almost seem to take a back seat. But I'm definately doing this again. Thanks Wampus!
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