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Unread 05-04-2011, 12:13 PM   #46
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Many thanks! I couldn't find a 55 oz can (28 oz, or the #10 117 oz can only) so I wanted to be sure I hadn't misunderstood.

Giving these a run this weekend for my old high school's baseball team, I trust this gang of 15-18 year olds and their parents will approve!
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Have to give this one a shot this weekend, thanks PD.

Think I might make them on Friday night to let the flavors meld together, then reheat them on the smoker with and add some chopped spare trimmings to add a little smokiness to the flavor.
Thanks guys. Please let me know what you think. Also, feel free to leave a
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Unread 05-09-2011, 11:25 AM   #47
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Thanks guys. Please let me know what you think. Also, feel free to leave a
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John, these were fantastic. Very well received by the group I cooked for, and, as importantly, by my wifey! I added some meat from leftover spares from a couple of weekends ago, and sprinkled with a light dusting of Plowboys Yardbird rub before baking. Delicious! We also observed the heat from the Tiger sauce seemed to intensify a bit on days 2 and 3 of leftovers -- I like it!

Big thumbs up on this recipe!
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Unread 05-09-2011, 12:01 PM   #48
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I made these this weekend as well. They were great! I couldnt find the Tiger hot sauce so I used Tabasco. Still had a nice kick to them. I also added about a pound of bacon. I should have halved the recipe, but now I have plenty of leftover for this coming week.






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Thanks, guys! I'm very happy that you and your guests enjoyed them.

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Good looking Recipe...I've had Ranch Style beans on the plate since I was a kid. They have been a favorite in Santa Maria BBQ county for years.

I'm going to copy this - thanks for sharing!
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i have made these beans a couple time for big family cookouts and got rave reviews.
i have also tried bush's Texas ranchero beans in place of the ranch beans with excellent results , only one place anywhere near me i can get ranch beans from and most of the time there out
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i have made these beans a couple time for big family cookouts and got rave reviews.
i have also tried bush's Texas ranchero beans in place of the ranch beans with excellent results , only one place anywhere near me i can get ranch beans from and most of the time there out
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Cool Beans! That's an excellent bean recipe. Ranch beans are one of my favorites because they have so much flavor. Thanks for sharing!
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Cool Beans! That's an excellent bean recipe. Ranch beans are one of my favorites because they have so much flavor. Thanks for sharing!
Sure, and don't call me Sharon!

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Made these over the weekend and they were pretty good. My mistake was not using Bush's baked beans and using an unknown can. I also didnt add any Tiger or Hot sauce of any kind. The reason I did that was I wanted to taste the beans and how they stood out without the heat. Its easy to just add the heat. Heres the kicker though. If I were to make these beans again I would do it ahead of time and then let it cool in a fridge for a day. I think the beans tasted way better the next day than the same day. They were a little runny and having it sit in the fridge for a day thickened them up quite a bit.

I really enjoyed them without any heat as well. Most people I serve to arent big fans of hot products. These beans were nice and sweet but still had that bold taste. I liked the ranch style beans added to the mix for sure. Next time I will use Bush's for sure.

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I'm giving this one a try for tomorrow's dinner along with pulled pork sammiches and some home made coleslaw. I tried Wampus' baked beans last time and they were a huge hit, but I'm excited to try these because the ingredients list looks great and its not quite as complicated to make...
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I'm giving this one a try for tomorrow's dinner along with pulled pork sammiches and some home made coleslaw. I tried Wampus' baked beans last time and they were a huge hit, but I'm excited to try these because the ingredients list looks great and its not quite as complicated to make...
I am cooking them right now. I had some left over brisket meat that I chopped up and threw in. I bought some Ranch Style beans with jalapeno slices and they are over the top good. They Beans are on my Egg in a Cast iron pot. My Weber Kettle has a party pack of wings and my UDS has 2 racks of beef ribs. Oh, the egg also has Habanero and Jalapeno ABTS. I will post pics later.

Busy day cooking.

I love John's (Patiodaddio) beans. Heck, I even through in a half can of Fosters (Australian for Beer) to thin it up after it has been smoking for awwhile... I try to keep the temp about 250-275 so I don't have to put a lid on the CI pot. Picks up some great smoke flavor.
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Isn't your wife's name Sharon?? :)

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Isn't your wife's name Sharon?? :)
Nope, it's Sandi.

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I am cooking them right now. I had some left over brisket meat that I chopped up and threw in. I bought some Ranch Style beans with jalapeno slices and they are over the top good. They Beans are on my Egg in a Cast iron pot. My Weber Kettle has a party pack of wings and my UDS has 2 racks of beef ribs. Oh, the egg also has Habanero and Jalapeno ABTS. I will post pics later.

Busy day cooking.

I love John's (Patiodaddio) beans. Heck, I even through in a half can of Fosters (Australian for Beer) to thin it up after it has been smoking for awwhile... I try to keep the temp about 250-275 so I don't have to put a lid on the CI pot. Picks up some great smoke flavor.
That's good to know... I'm planning on putting them in a cast iron dutch oven and I'll toss them on the drum after the butt comes off. I also like the idea of adding the beer... How long do you let them cook on the smoker?
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