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Unread 11-09-2003, 06:26 PM   #16
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Josh's Bean Recipie...

pound of bacon in cast iron pot... cook on firebox of smoker till bacon is done... (I tend to chop the slices into thirds lengthwise)... in same pot (no draining there lightweights) pour in 2-28oz cans of whateverflavor baked beans you like... then put in whatever rub you are using (if appropriate) if not just some "rub in a jar" will work... add some molasas/brown sugar (whatever you like for sweetness) and whatever hot sauce you like to add some kick/extra flavor... cook for a while in the smoker or on the grill or on the stove... yum...

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Unread 11-09-2003, 08:32 PM   #17
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Yep, great stuff!
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Bill,
Hang a rack of spares above that cast iron pot and let 'em drip into whatever you use. The last beans I made were the best ever. Big can of Bush pork and beans, half jar of Pace HOT saulsa, Choped geen onions, can of Mushrooms, half of a big purple onion, chopped, one half rotten tomato, half glass of red wine( accident) , some brown sugar, maple surrup, half cup of soy, some worshire, table spoon of head country seasoning. In smoke for 16 hrs. My pall and his wife asked for thirds.
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Thanks guys.

I hope to collect all these thoughts, and Heaths link into a coherent thought and post in the recipe section. Thanks again!!
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Unread 02-04-2005, 08:33 PM   #20
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Well this thread was over a year old, but I added it to Roadmap. We were discussing Super Bowl beans on one of the Yahoo sites while this was down today. Now I want to do beans. Davids doctored Bush beans is in the recipe section. Other good ones in this thread. There are others I need to add to Roadmap
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I did pineapple with some of your suggestions. did the brown sugar cinnamon type mixture, patted into the pineapple.
"I patted a little brown sugar into my pineapple" - homo lives where? Now on beans - if you're good you can do outstanding starting with dry beans. I ain't that good yet so I (regrettably admitting) usually start with a canned base. Hey - 20 farking years ago I started chili that way.
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I've got a great bean recipe that might work for you. I'll run it down but the main difference is you put browned sausage in it. Holly Moly it is good!

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Not yet but will soon!
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Here is a recipe I got from my wife's aunt after she made them for a cookout last summer. I am sure it is a generic internet recipe, but they are good

INGREDIENTS

4 cans Pork 'n beans, drained
1 large onion, diced small
1 green Bell pepper, diced small
1 cup bacon, diced
1/2 cup brown sugar
1 TBS Molasses
1 cup strong black coffee
4 cloves garlic, minced
1 TBS Dijon mustard
1 Tsp favorite hot sauce, more if needed
1/2 cup favorite BBQ sauce
INSTRUCTIONS

In a 12" Dutch Oven, saute bacon until slightly browned.
Add onions and saute until translucent.
Drain all but a couple of tablespoons of bacon fat
Add green Bell Peppers and saute until softened.
Add garlic and saute for a couple of minutes.
Mix in pork 'n beans, brown sugar, molasses, hot sauce, coffee, BBQ sauce, and the Dijon mustard, and add to onions/peppers/bacon.
Cook uncovered over medium-low heat for an hour or desired consistency is reached.
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You know Mark, my problem is that when I soak beans, they never soften up properly.

I'll soak them overnight, bring them to a boil, then rinse and soak overnight, and I still end up with crunchy beans.

Can anyone help me out here?

PS, I need to use bags, versus cans of beans, cuz of the sodioum. Can't use canned beans (if possible)
Let me guess: You're on well water. When we moved into Winfield I found I could not make any legumes. Split peas never softened. I boiled them for hours and finally put them in the blender. Instead of becoming a smooth soup, they became a gritty gruel.

Now that we're on Lake Michigan water this is no longer a problem. Find a friend in a town close by that gets lake water and get water for beans from them.

And my first reaction to this thread is "beans come in cans?"

Edit: Sucked into helping to revive an ancient thread. Replied to a guy who hasn't posted since November. :-/
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