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2006/09/16 17:33:58 (permalink)

BBQ Beans!!

I didnt used to like Baked Beans at all!!

But one day i tried these BBQ Beans @ this restuarnet and i loved them like crazy!! (They were COLD (I like them better COLD than hot i discovered))

Anyone know if any BBQ Beans are sold in stores anywhere? (Good ones mind ya)

Ah.....Im getting hungry
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    SassyGritsAL
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    RE: BBQ Beans!! 2006/09/18 17:40:27 (permalink)
    I take it what you mean by BBQ beans are baked beans with the BBQ meat in them.

    Try the deli's from your local grocery stores. I know that our Winn-Dixie's (before going out of business) here in Huntsville, AL, had pretty good BBQ beans from their deli. All of our bbq joints sell these types of beans.

    Don't know of any canned beans that are considered BBQ beans.
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    RE: BBQ Beans!! 2006/09/19 01:00:52 (permalink)
    Hmmmmmm

    Thanx m8
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    RE: BBQ Beans!! 2006/09/19 07:12:34 (permalink)
    There's a brand called "Ranch Style" that are pretty good cold. They don't need doctoring up like most pork and beans. I use them in my chili, too.
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    RE: BBQ Beans!! 2006/09/19 08:17:52 (permalink)
    Sounds good m8,thank you
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    RE: BBQ Beans!! 2006/09/19 12:45:08 (permalink)
    I use Ranch Style for lots of stuff, including serving w/ BBQ. I like to mix the diff flavors... sweet onion, jalapeno, and regular. I guess if you mixed some BBQ w/ them they would be BBQ beans?

    Dude, did those beans you loved have meat in them? And let us know how you compare the Ranch Style.
    Joe
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    RE: BBQ Beans!! 2006/09/19 13:13:04 (permalink)
    I wish I could do beans cause these sounds really good. Unfortunately I do not do beans. BBQ pork or beef would really be a good addition to the beans as well as onions, garlic and jalapeno.

    I do not know why but grean beans do not devistate me like pinto's or others. I have not figured that one out.

    Paul E. Smith
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    RE: BBQ Beans!! 2006/09/19 17:06:47 (permalink)
    Sundancer - have you tried Beano in your pinto beans?
    It works for me.
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    RE: BBQ Beans!! 2006/09/19 17:12:12 (permalink)
    quote:
    Originally posted by Sundancer7

    I wish I could do beans cause these sounds really good. Unfortunately I do not do beans. BBQ pork or beef would really be a good addition to the beans as well as onions, garlic and jalapeno.

    I do not know why but grean beans do not devistate me like pinto's or others. I have not figured that one out.

    Paul E. Smith
    Knoxville, TN



    TMI
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    Sundancer7
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    RE: BBQ Beans!! 2006/09/19 17:29:56 (permalink)
    quote:
    Originally posted by SassyGritsAL

    Sundancer - have you tried Beano in your pinto beans?
    It works for me.


    I have tried beanos's and it brought on additional problems.

    Beans are off the menu.

    Paul E. Smith
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    RE: BBQ Beans!! 2006/09/19 19:34:38 (permalink)
    Green beans are a green vegie, pintos are a ??? not a green vegie.
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    RE: BBQ Beans!! 2006/09/19 19:55:01 (permalink)
    quote:
    Originally posted by PapaJoe8

    Green beans are a green vegie, pintos are a ??? not a green vegie.
    Joe


    pintos are a ??? legume.

    I can't believe you didn't know that...
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    RE: BBQ Beans!! 2006/09/19 20:58:05 (permalink)
    I have discovered that there is way more I don't know than I do know... but I knew someone here would know. So how come those legumes cause Paul problems and green beans do not?
    Joe
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    RE: BBQ Beans!! 2006/09/19 21:05:32 (permalink)
    oh, PapaJoe,
    please email him privately.
    that's far too much information
    i for one have no interest in
    learning.
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    RE: BBQ Beans!! 2006/09/19 22:27:57 (permalink)
    Hello All,
    PapaJoe8, I'm not sure why green beans create less problems, I suspect the pod surrounding the actual beans shrouds and protects the beans themselves from going through the digestive process.
    Beans cause gas because they contain a sugar, oligosaccharides, that the body cannot break down. That sugar is a large molecule that aren't absorbed by the lining of the small intestine as other sugars are. Bacteria in
    the small intestine attaches itself and begins breaking down the oligosaccharides, but doesn't finish the job
    until they reach the large intestine. The process of bacteria breaking the sugar down produces gas, which is expelled. Again, I think the shell of the green bean and also the size of of the bean reduces or eliminates the creation of gas.
    Take Care,
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    RE: BBQ Beans!! 2006/09/19 22:32:48 (permalink)
    Is the the flatulance thread?
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    RE: BBQ Beans!! 2006/09/19 22:45:46 (permalink)
    ann, i'm not sure, but it sure blows
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    RE: BBQ Beans!! 2006/09/20 07:19:34 (permalink)
    I thought Field thistle was full of something and now I know.
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    RE: BBQ Beans!! 2006/09/20 09:42:22 (permalink)
    Hello All,
    oneiron339, pull my finger
    Take Care,
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    RE: BBQ Beans!! 2006/09/20 16:34:26 (permalink)
    quote:
    Originally posted by Fieldthistle

    Hello All,
    oneiron339, pull my finger
    Take Care,
    Fieldthistle

    Beans, beans, the musical fruit..........
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    RE: BBQ Beans!! 2006/09/20 16:52:46 (permalink)
    I have yet to do this as I'm somewhat sane. But some people place a pot of beans in their smokers below a pork butt to catch all of the drippings....I can't imagine they would leave them in for the entire cooking time.
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    RE: BBQ Beans!! 2006/09/20 16:58:20 (permalink)
    Oooooh-I think that sounds wickedly yummy...
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    RE: BBQ Beans!! 2006/09/21 01:21:41 (permalink)
    I also do
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    RE: BBQ Beans!! 2006/09/21 07:22:39 (permalink)
    Me too, but usually only for 2-3 hours. An eight pound butt takes 16+ hours in my smoker, afraid the beans would dry out.

    John
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    RE: BBQ Beans!! 2006/09/21 07:23:27 (permalink)
    quote:
    Originally posted by Theedge

    I have yet to do this as I'm somewhat sane. But some people place a pot of beans in their smokers below a pork butt to catch all of the drippings....I can't imagine they would leave them in for the entire cooking time.

    Makes sense to me, if the smoker is kept around 220 and the beans would be in there for 8-10 hours. I'd like to see a recipe for this as I'd like to try it. My problem would be finding a kettle to fit in the smoker and one I could use just for that purpose - as I'm sure it would get charred quite a bit. Also, I'm a firm believer of not opening the smoker during cooking, I wouldn't want to have to stir the beans frequently.
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    RE: BBQ Beans!! 2006/09/21 09:45:51 (permalink)
    quote:
    Originally posted by annpeeples

    Is the the flatulance thread?


    This thread stinks!
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    RE: BBQ Beans!! 2006/09/21 11:18:11 (permalink)
    quote:
    Originally posted by Theedge

    I have yet to do this as I'm somewhat sane. But some people place a pot of beans in their smokers below a pork butt to catch all of the drippings....I can't imagine they would leave them in for the entire cooking time.

    You have got to try this! I got the idea from my Dad years ago. My favorite bean to use is great northerns. Prepare your coals in yuor smoker, when ready add your chips if using. Put a 1lb bag of beans in your water pan(after washing and picking over), add a cut up onion and a little S & P. Add just about 2 cups of water so that you can put your water pan into the smoker without extinguishing your coals. Once water pan is in place, use a pitcher to fill the rest of the way. Add your rack and your butt, I only do a 4-6lb usually. Put on the lid and let it go! About halfway through, open your little side door and take a peek, use a flashlight if you have to. If it look like your beans need water, then and only then remove smoker lid and add. I've never had a bean turn out bad. Oh and easy on the amount of chips you use, you want to taste "beans" not all smoke.

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    RE: BBQ Beans!! 2006/09/21 11:20:43 (permalink)
    quote:
    Originally posted by Sundancer7

    I wish I could do beans cause these sounds really good. Unfortunately I do not do beans. BBQ pork or beef would really be a good addition to the beans as well as onions, garlic and jalapeno.

    I do not know why but grean beans do not devistate me like pinto's or others. I have not figured that one out.

    Paul E. Smith
    Knoxville, TN

    My Mom is successful when she changes water several times when soaking. When she's ready to cook she adds a good pinch of baking soda and cooks them at a slow simmer. Just a thought.
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    RE: BBQ Beans!! 2006/09/21 12:26:23 (permalink)
    I forgot to mention this. Someone at a long-ago pig roast brought these beans-- I make them for BBQs to ubiquitous raves. Reg'lar ol' canned baked beans, scrambled hamburg to taste (if one has ground wild game so much the better) a couple packets of Lipton's French Onion soup mix, BBQ sauce and various condiments to taste. I've never added any chopped BBQ as they are gone long before any opportunity to do so.
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    RE: BBQ Beans!! 2006/09/21 12:40:02 (permalink)
    quote:
    Originally posted by essvee

    I forgot to mention this. Someone at a long-ago pig roast brought these beans-- I make them for BBQs to ubiquitous raves. Reg'lar ol' canned baked beans, scrambled hamburg to taste (if one has ground wild game so much the better) a couple packets of Lipton's French Onion soup mix, BBQ sauce and various condiments to taste. I've never added any chopped BBQ as they are gone long before any opportunity to do so.


    wow that sounds great esvee!
    do you have an exact recipe?
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