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Great to bring ... New England style <B>bakedB> <B><B>beansB>B> are normally darker ... beans. Cover and <B>bakeB> slowly on lowest ... or brats, ketchup and chopped onions.
Pick over 1 quart of dry <B><B>beansB>B>, cover with ... in oven and <B>bakeB> slowly in 300°F ... cooking. Stir in water as needed during baking if beans appear dry.
Wash and pick over <B><B>beansB>B> carefully, removing any ... add remaining ingredients. <B>BakeB> beans for 90-120 ... A, less than 1mcg Vitamin B12, 55.5mg Vitamin C.
A great item ... carefully pick over <B><B>beansB>B>, removing imperfect ... top until submerged. <B>BakeB>, covered in ... Vitamin B12, 4.46mg Vitamin C, 1.70IU Vitamin D.
This recipe can ... or tripled. Cover <B><B>beansB>B> with 3 quarts ... beans. Cover and <B>bakeB> at 350°F for ... have to adjust for altitude). Makes about 6 pints.
Wash 1 pound ... (Navy or pea) <B><B>beansB>B>. Pick over ... tbsp. brown sugar. <B>BakeB>, uncovered, in ... steamed kielbasa or smoked sausage and ketchup on the side.
Pick over and wash dried <B><B>beansB>B>. Rinse well, ... top. Cover and <B>bakeB> at 300° for ... Uncover, and bake an additional 30 minutes or until beans are tender.
Combine all ingredients ... into a buttered casserole; sprinkle remaining cheese on top. <B>BakeB> at 350°F until cheese is melted and bubbly (about 35 minutes).
Partially fry and ... Mix well. Combine <B><B>beansB>B> with other mixture. <B>BakeB> 1 hour at ... You can also bake this in a slow cooker on low setting for 2-3 hours.
Preheat oven to 375°F. Pour <B><B>beansB>B> into a Dutch ... mix. Cover and <B>bakeB> for 45 minutes. ... or onion powder, as desired. Great for potlucks and barbecues.
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