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Unread 08-28-2006, 11:16 AM   #46
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Beans , Beans , good for your heart.............Looove beans
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To hopefully keep your spouse from giving you the old "Dutch oven"
Now that's just wrong. Women don't do that.
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I love pinto beans and flour totia's
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Just got done deboning 20 pounds of pork sirloin end roasts to make sausage. I'm looking at these bones and thinking about brining overnight, smoking tomorrow and using them for a bean stock. Does anyone think this will work?
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Just got done deboning 20 pounds of pork sirloin end roasts to make sausage. I'm looking at these bones and thinking about brining overnight, smoking tomorrow and using them for a bean stock. Does anyone think this will work?

Dang skippy !!!
I'm not sure about brinning the bones (never done it) but, can't hurt....but I smoke bones all the time...I like to take ham bones after devouring the ham and put 'em on the smoker for just such occasions!!! Beans and smoked bones are made for each other
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Thanks John, game on!
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Thanks John, game on!
Love 'em let us know how they turn out....with pics included
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What are pinto beans?
Probably in italy has a different name...
Does anybody has a pictures of that dried beans?
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serial344,
here are some pics of the beans we are doing today. some dry, the package, and then ones that have been soaked in beer over night.
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What are pinto beans?
Probably in italy has a different name...
Does anybody has a pictures of that dried beans?
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