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scratz

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  • Location: blaine, WA
baked beans Sun, 04/3/05 1:52 PM (permalink)
when i was growing up in syracuse, ny, my friday duty was to go the Peninses' for a slab of fried fish, cole slaw and baked beans.
i have not seen these baked beans anywhere else in my travels.
they were very thick, you ate them cold. the closest i find is mexican refried beans, way to runny. there may have been a hint of maple sugar, hard to remember exactly, been 40 years....
these may have been produced by 'genes' beans'. they were also at most clambakes so they were a big item.
 
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