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Unread 06-28-2010, 03:38 PM   #1
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Who's had these. I picked up a six pack while in CA for my Sis' funeral. I guess they are a take on Santa Maria style pinquinto beans. They taste very good but are spendy at 2 bucks a can. Not to mention they are not available here in Idaho. So I was looking at the ingredients to see if I can make something similar. S&W sells pinquinto beans in a can that have some of the ingredients for SM style beans. I just add hamburger, bacon and mexi oregano to it and it nails the flavor but AJ Spurs and McLintocks doctor theirs up to be richer and darker. The ingredients are listed as: pinquinto beans, beef flavored soy protein, pork sausage flavored soy protein, bacon, rice flour, tomato paste, jalapeno peppers, ranch seasoning (salt, sugar, spices, hydrolyzed soy protein etc)

I was thinking of flour, tomato paste, maybe some beef flavor "Better than Bullion." I just want to make them richer tasting.
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Their beans are great. They carry them at the local Food-4-Less, always keep my eyes on them and buy when they go on sale. Pretty sure they are just Santa Maria style beans, here's a recipe.

http://lospadrescounty.net/et/smbbq.html#beans
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doctor theirs up to be richer and darker.
I've never had that style so this is a shot in the dark but, Molasses or Sorghum will make them rich and dark, too much and they get too sweet though.
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Don't bother looking for these beans; they are no longer special in my eye or taste buds. For a while they were not available, rumor was that the company that was making them for McLintocks was going out of business or was increasing their price to McLintocks. Months later I see them in the store and I purchased a can. I’m a local to where McLintocks has their restaurants and live in the home of Santa Maria Style BBQ.

Before these were available, everyone made their own beans using the basic recipe which included Pinquito Beans, Bacon, Ham Hocks, garlic, tomato paste, red chile powder, dry mustard, sugar, salt and pepper.

McLintocks beans were as good or better than I have had over the years and I used to mix them with a can of just plain Pinquito Beans to reduce to concentration of the flavors and make it more mild before I added some jalapeno salsa.

But those days are gone and the point of this post is to tell you there is a turn-coat in the kitchen. The company is now using “PINTO BEANS” not “PINQUITO BEANS” as the base of their canned beans.

There should be a law! HANG”UM UP! LOL, just kind’in about hanging them up…

http://santamariavalleybbq.com/2009/02/17/the-methods-and-menu-of-santa-maria-style-barbecue/

http://lospadrescounty.net/et/smbbq.html#salsa

http://santamariavisitor.com/Library/pdf/SM%20Chamber%20BBQ%20brch%202011.pdf

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