|Beans (Gourmet Pantry)|
|by Sandra Gluck|
One of the building blocks of classic dishes, beans are the scrumptious focus of this new title in the innovative Gourmet Pantry series.
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Pick over the beans, discarding any ... minutes. Taste and adjust seasonings. Garnish with sour cream or shredded Monterey Jack cheese if desired. Serve.
In a stove-top to oven baking dish, saute the finely cubed pork with the diced onion and sliced bratwurst until the onion is beginning to brown. Stir ...
Mix first 7 ingredients. Top with bacon. Bake at 300 degrees for 2 hours.
Saute Vidalia or ... combine Pork and Beans, ketchup, BBQ ... 30-35 minutes in oven or 2 hours on high in Crock-Pot. Stir 2-3 times during baking. Serve.
Separate the bacon, ... add pork and beans, liquid smoke, ... at 375°F until bacon is browned on top (about 2 hours). Skim oil from the top. Serve warm.
Preheat the oven to 350°F. In a large bowl, combine ingredients, stirring well (save bacon for top). Spray an ovenproof baking dish with Pam or brush ...
Place bacon in ... minutes. Add white beans simmer 1 to ... day ahead of time. Remove any fat before serving.) Serve with buttermilk jalapeno corn sticks.
Clean and slice carrots; crumble cooked bacon. Rinse beans. Add all ingredients in crock pot (or cook on stove top) and cook until beans are done.
Can be purchased ... Rinse and sort beans. Cover with ... as needed to keep beans from sticking. Cook rice according to directions. Serve beans over rice.
Brown ground beef, ... Mix all ingredients in baking dish. Drain off about half of bean juice. Bake at 350 degrees for about 45 minutes. Great for Picnics.
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