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    Quote Originally Posted by SSGOldfart View Post
    Try the yellow eye dry bean, only place I've ever been able to find them is in the new England area. Was used in the original Boston Bake Beans. My wife's aunt still makes them at 84 years old.
    When I was a kid our farm in Maine had a field covered with experimental plots for several years - U of Maine Ag research - and the result was the Maine yellow eye bean.
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    Thank y'all for all these mouth-watering recipes...guess the lazy in me will try them canned beans...

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    Canned beans sure beats finding out the store bought dry beans are so old they never soften up. Stinks to serve guests food you are not happy with.

    That said, I was given pounds of dry dark red kidney beans and have been having success.

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    My moms recipe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gbrown View Post
    My recipe--- all ingredients and amounts are negotiable. From time to time, I add about 1/2 cup honey to it. Wife is diabetic, so I have to watch sugars. Add hot sauce or peppers to heat it up. I'm the only one around here that likes it hot, so I just add 1/2 tsp cayenne to my serving at the table.

    Baked Beans (8-10 servings depending on appetites)

    1 pound Beans, great northern, navy, pinto, your choice
    pound Bacon
    1 cup chopped Onions, about 1 large
    1 cup Tomato sauce
    1 cup Water
    2 tbs mustard
    2 tbs Worcestershire Sauce
    3/4 cup brown Sugar
    1 tbs Garlic powder
    1 tsp Salt, table
    1/8 tsp pepper, black

    You can cook the beans before if you want, crisp the bacon, remove and add onions to the bacon grease to cook--I kind of caramelize mine. Add all the ingredients, combine thoroughly and then put in a casserole and cover with foil, let 'em cook for (350) for an hour and then remove foil for another 30 minutes. I have a couple of cast iron pans that I have done them in and they were good.
    Wife and I really loved this recipe, best baked beans yet ! I had a plate for breakfast even !

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