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Old 06-11-2009, 08:33 PM   #1
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Baked Beans

Here's a couple of pics of beans I made yesterday in my new DO. I used canned beans, but added some spices, bacon, onion, peppers, molasses...

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Old 06-11-2009, 10:45 PM   #2
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Now that's how I love my dogs, charred.
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Old 06-12-2009, 04:16 AM   #3
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Here's a couple of pics of beans I made yesterday in my new DO. I used canned beans, but added some spices, bacon, onion, peppers, molasses...
Looks mmmmm! pretty good Wyogal, but I tell you something mate, get rid of those cans and make it yourself from scratch and they will be just soooooo! much better.

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I usually make beans from scratch, but didn't feel like doing that out at the lake. Yep, love my dogs charred!!!
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Looks good Wyogal, I really don't like the beans but I will give this recipe a try.
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The spices were paprika, cloves, and a bit of a special blend of chili powder that I made in cooking school last winter... some folks like their beans more on the chili side, I prefer a molasses, sweeter bean. Just experiment with the spice/flavoring ratios until you get something YOU like. I used lots of bacon!!
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The spices were paprika, cloves, and a bit of a special blend of chili powder that I made in cooking school last winter... some folks like their beans more on the chili side, I prefer a molasses, sweeter bean. Just experiment with the spice/flavoring ratios until you get something YOU like. I used lots of bacon!!
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Thanks for sharing (always nice to have pics along with the recipe!)

That looks like a great pot for beans... cast iron I'm assuming?

I made some Hawaiian Baked Beans recently, they turned out delicious!
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Yep, a new CI DO, Lodge, 8 inch. Perfect for beans. So, I assume you put pineapple in Hawaiin BB? What else?
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