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Old 12-31-2018, 08:44 AM   #11
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Did u post a recipe?
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Old 12-31-2018, 08:45 AM   #12
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I’m still with ziplock lol
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Old 12-31-2018, 08:50 AM   #13
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My fave ham bone meal is with navy beans..

I prefer it less soupy, more of a bean and ham dish..

As I grew up with this, one of my grandmothers regular meals, I still put ketchup on it... I know, I know, a travesty.. Jeannie rolls her eyes..

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One of our favorites is split pea.


Toss about a pound of split peas in a large covered pot, add lots of coarsely-chopped onion, several bay leaves, along with the bone. Cover with water and bring to a boil, reduce heat, cover, and simmer low and slow until the peas soften. You may have to add some water along the way. Taste for salt about midway. Often the salt from the ham bone will be enough.


Serve with crusty bread.


Yummmmmmmmmmmmmmmm!
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I grew up with Heinz brown beans but have branched out from from there with soups, etc but sometimes that blast from the past is a treat. Like kd and wieners, mom did weiners and beans but I’ve bumped it up to nice pork and beans
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Does anyone do beans or peas, water, spices, etc in a Dutch oven in the oven to simmer away for hours or is it always stovetop?

Bean soup stove top makes sense but a thicker slow roasted bean dish also makes my mouth water
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If I did low and slow roast in the oven with a can of brown beans and a can of black beans with the meat on bone what else would you guys do to add to that.
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Does anyone do beans or peas, water, spices, etc in a Dutch oven in the oven to simmer away for hours or is it always stovetop?

Bean soup stove top makes sense but a thicker slow roasted bean dish also makes my mouth water

Never done the oven method, but I have used the crock-pot with more than acceptable results.
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All this talk of ham bone got me jonesin' for some soup! I checked the freezer and guess what I found? A ham bone!
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