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View Poll Results: What kind of beans do you prefer?
Baked Beans 63 60.00%
Pintos (Central Texas Style) 24 22.86%
Charro/Borracho 8 7.62%
Other (Explain) 10 9.52%
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Old 07-10-2018, 04:49 PM   #1
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Beans are, IMO, one of the most essential/iconic sides for BBQ. Having said that, I’m curious which style everyone prefers?

And while we’re at it, what do you do to take a pot of beans to the next level? Let’s hear it.
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I like dried beans re hydrated and cooked in many ways. Your poll has no place for me.
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Bacon, Onions, Dark Brown sugar, BBQ sauce, squirt of mustard. I use a dutch oven and cook them slow until they get really thick.
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Busches Homestyle plus Ranch Style Beans plus Bacon Bits plus Onions plus BBQ Rub plus BBQ Sauce plus Smoke.......

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I like dried beans re hydrated and cooked in many ways. Your poll has no place for me.
Sure, it does. Other?
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I’ve tried dried beans from scratch and a lot of bbq baked beans starting from canned beans. I think I actually prefer the canned beans. I get a variety of beans and rinse them to get any extra salt off. Then brown sugar, mustard (DIJON mustard by the way.) worschestcherischier sauce, and other spices, onion, garlic etc. basically a nice homemade bbq sauce... let em cook low and slow.

I agree, beans are the best side for a bbq meal.... and cornbread!!!
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Sure, it does. Other?
Fine. Other.
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Bacon and onions without fail.
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Other. I like the Ranch Style beans in the can but growing up we ate a lot of beans and cornbread. It was dry navy or butter beans with ham and onion in our house. Some things never change.
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I like dried beans re hydrated and cooked in many ways. Your poll has no place for me.
The pintos I cook are dried and then rehydrated.
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The pintos I cook are dried and then rehydrated.
Same here. I always cook pintos or Cajun style red beans from a dried state.
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Try this one from an old Alton Brown recipe. Ratio of one pound of bacon for every pound of beans. I've let this one cook overnight on many occasions in a Dutch oven at 250 degrees, and it's almost impossible to try and resist eating some in the morning.

https://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/...recipe-1938616

This recipe is at least 15 years old and has 154 5-star reviews on Food Network.
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I voted other: Good old fashioned (as in cooked in lard) refritos.
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There also is missing: All of the Above


I get beans as a side everywhere
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If I can only choose one, it would be Proper red beans and rice(You have to have the pickled pork).
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