A new twist for Baked Beans.

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Re:A new twist for Baked Beans. 2012/03/29 16:51:50 (permalink)
Your recipe sounded good.
 
Peruvian beans? Never heard of them. I'll look for them.Might be fun to try them.
 
Hmmm.Peruvian Bean:
maicoba bean = mayocoba bean = Peruvian bean = azufrado bean = Peruano bean = canaria bean = canario bean    Substitutes:  pinto bean
 
 
post edited by Michael Hoffman - 2012/03/29 16:56:39
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Re:A new twist for Baked Beans. 2012/03/29 21:30:36 (permalink)
Michael Hoffman

Your recipe sounded good.

Peruvian beans? Never heard of them. I'll look for them.Might be fun to try them.

Hmmm.Peruvian Bean:
maicoba bean = mayocoba bean = Peruvian bean = azufrado bean = Peruano bean = canaria bean = canario bean    Substitutes:  pinto bean



= farts


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Re:A new twist for Baked Beans. 2012/03/30 16:29:00 (permalink)
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Michael Hoffman

Your recipe sounded good.

Peruvian beans? Never heard of them. I'll look for them.Might be fun to try them.

Hmmm.Peruvian Bean:
maicoba bean = mayocoba bean = Peruvian bean = azufrado bean = Peruano bean = canaria bean = canario bean    Substitutes:  pinto bean



= farts

 
Beans, beans the musical fruit...............

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Re:A new twist for Baked Beans. 2012/03/30 16:32:05 (permalink)
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Michael Hoffman

Your recipe sounded good.

Peruvian beans? Never heard of them. I'll look for them.Might be fun to try them.

Hmmm.Peruvian Bean:
maicoba bean = mayocoba bean = Peruvian bean = azufrado bean = Peruano bean = canaria bean = canario bean    Substitutes:  pinto bean



= farts

 
Beans, beans the musical fruit...............

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Re:A new twist for Baked Beans. 2012/03/30 16:34:55 (permalink)
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Michael Hoffman

Your recipe sounded good.

Peruvian beans? Never heard of them. I'll look for them.Might be fun to try them.

Hmmm.Peruvian Bean:
maicoba bean = mayocoba bean = Peruvian bean = azufrado bean = Peruano bean = canaria bean = canario bean    Substitutes:  pinto bean



= farts

 
Beans, beans the musical fruit............

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Re:A new twist for Baked Beans. 2012/03/30 20:45:27 (permalink)
Okay, we get it.....LOL!
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Re:A new twist for Baked Beans. 2012/04/02 23:22:20 (permalink)
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What are Bushie's beans ??????????


Ah, grasshopper, one does not give out the famous recipe for Bushie's Beans.  It must come from Mr. Rodebush himself.  Perhaps he will post it once again.  Pick up the white courtesy phone, Bushie!

 
Geez, what WON'T I do for a pretty woman?? 
 
In a former discussion about beans, I mentioned that I loved pinto beans, but only if they are cooked "the right way".  Lisa inquired as to what I meant, and this is my original reply.  Not really a recipe, but a way of cooking them:
 
"The "right way" to me is to keep it simple. I cook pintos using only fresh-ground black pepper and a big piece of salt pork (or ham bone if we've recently had a ham), then salt to taste after they've cooked awhile. I cook them for many hours, first covered, then after a few hours I take the lid off. This allows the juice to thicken a little. I don't want them "sludgey", but I don't want the juice thin, either. I add enough liquid (usually just water, but chicken broth doesn't hurt) along the way to keep them from getting gloppy.

The only concession I'll make is that sometimes I'll chop up some fresh (not pickled) jalapenos and cook those in there."
 
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Re:A new twist for Baked Beans. 2012/04/03 08:20:40 (permalink)
Thank you Bushie for your famous pinto bean cooking method.  For those of you that like pinto beans, by all means, try this.  They are wonderful......simple.....but oh, so wonderful.  Looks like I'm headed to the store to get a bag of beans, soak them tonight and make Bushie's Beans tomorrow! 
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