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July 07, 2008

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Rosa

Delicious! With a sausage, there's nothing more scrumptious!

Cheers,

Rosa

Shannon

You know, I have never been a fan of baked beans, but the ones I have eaten are either slightly sweet or out of a can (even sweeter). These look spicy, though, and of course homemade is best. I think I will give these a go and see if I become a convert!

MyKitchenInHalfCups

Except for that 'squirt of sriracha' you've pretty much got my beans! Just made them for some hot dogs and gosh dog gone if they aren't soooo good.

Sara

Man, those look good!

Christine

These are very close to what my mom used to cook for us kids, in Davis!, so this really beings back great memories, Sher.
BTW, I've been trying to send you an email to no avail. It keeps bouncing back to me.

Maryann

Beans and hot dogs bring back childhood memories. I still love it!

Callipygia

The humble hotdog and bean is also a nostalgic part of my childhood, tho it hasn't quite made DNA status. I find myself reaching for a can time and again but homemade is the way to go. I am awaiting my first Rancho Gordo beans...so I know what to do with them!

grace

oooh--beans and weenies are a favorite of mine. :) what you have here are some baked beans done right. :)

Lydia (The Perfect Pantry)

Hooray -- spicy baked beans that don't have pork! I am sooo bookmarking this recipe.

Julie

Looks delicious and you have to love anything that gets better over a period of days as it sits in the fridge.

katie

I love beans like this - tomato based.
I also love the molasses type.
I made American 'beans' for the neighborhood picnic and most people, gingerly, took a teaspoon full...
The local dish is mogettes - white beans cooked with carrots and pork fat or duck gizzards. They're good, I love them, but totally different!

Mrs. L

I've had the most horrid luck with dried beans. I read somewhere that really hard water might be the culprit, but I've kind of given up on dried bean dishes for a while. To bad cuz your recipe sounds good!

John

Ah missed, ah say ah missed my dinnuh invuhtation!

YUM.

A Southern Boy

Marie

I love canned baked beans, so I can't imagine how tasty this homemade version must taste! The beans look just delicious.

wahidah

Have you ever heard of TEMPE?
It is fermented soybean by Rhizopus oligosporus originally from Indonesia. Food scientists in our country have found great benefits of TEMPE. Soybean nutrition value become higher because the fermentation process increase soybean digestibility and produce several active compound, and also a gret source of unsaturated fatty acid. There are several delicious cuisine made with TEMPE, such as DRIED SPICY TEMPE, TEMPE NUGGET, TEMPE OMELETTE, etc. We even have TEMPE BURGER..

Sara B.linigan

Incredible forum..I love Beans and hot dogs so much.

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