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Old 03-19-2014, 03:07 PM   #91
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Gonzilla you can go to some ethnic markets like Mexican and others. They will have pork lard. During world War II Lard was rationed very closely. It was needed for making explosives. It was a source of Glycerin.
Didn't matter to my Grand Father about the lard shortage...........BUT i did find a 10 cent ration coin in my garden along with a 1890 canadian penny and a brass 00 buck 12 ga. spent shell...............
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People that knew my Grand Father said he was a hatefull man and at the same time give you the shirt off his back. I can just see him now saying " what depression " Life is what you make it. My father said that his after school snack was a slice of homemade bread, lard and a sprinkle of sugar.........Can't wait to get my white beans in the ground...........

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1 1/2LB bag of Northern red Kidney beans
soak over night then bring to boil until the skin starts to wrinkle
place into bean pot (save the water for later usage as beans cook)
1/2 teaspoon dry mustard
1/2 cup molasses
1/2 cup brown sugar
1 large onion
good size slab of salt pork
two cloves of garlic

for a special treat I will place a small bear, moose ,or venison roast in the bottom of the pot.
cook 250 for 6 to 8 hours in a good old woodstove oven.

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1 1/2LB bag of Northern red Kidney beans
soak over night then bring to boil until the skin starts to wrinkle
place into bean pot (save the water for later usage as beans cook)
1/2 teaspoon dry mustard
1/2 cup molasses
1/2 cup brown sugar
1 large onion
good size slab of salt pork
two cloves of garlic

for a special treat I will place a small bear, moose ,or venison roast in the bottom of the pot.
cook 250 for 6 to 8 hours in a good old woodstove oven.
Terry, do you think this recipe could be adapted for use in a crockpot?
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Terry, do you think this recipe could be adapted for use in a crockpot?
Yes you can use a crockpot. I do now that I no longer have a wood stove. The only thing is you don't have the smoky flavor. I have used a few drops of liquid smoke. It does not taste the same.
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Yes you can use a crockpot. I do now that I no longer have a wood stove. The only thing is you don't have the smoky flavor. I have used a few drops of liquid smoke. It does not taste the same.
thanks Terry. i could always use some of my smoked brisket in the bottom for getting the smoked flavor to the beans.

i have to agree about the Liquid Smoke. it does add a smoky flavor, but just the same as the real thing.
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1 1/2LB bag of Northern red Kidney beans
soak over night then bring to boil until the skin starts to wrinkle
place into bean pot (save the water for later usage as beans cook)
1/2 teaspoon dry mustard
1/2 cup molasses
1/2 cup brown sugar
1 large onion
good size slab of salt pork
two cloves of garlic

for a special treat I will place a small bear, moose ,or venison roast in the bottom of the pot.
cook 250 for 6 to 8 hours in a good old woodstove oven.
I think im going to try this out, this weekend!!!!

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Did you get some Molasses, Duddie? I still haven't sent what I have.

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Did you get some Molasses, Duddie? I still haven't sent what I have.
Not yet ive been looking high and low. Cts a dead zone for black strap. Might have to go up north to get some.

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1 1/2LB bag of Northern red Kidney beans
soak over night then bring to boil until the skin starts to wrinkle
place into bean pot (save the water for later usage as beans cook)
1/2 teaspoon dry mustard
1/2 cup molasses
1/2 cup brown sugar
1 large onion
good size slab of salt pork
two cloves of garlic

for a special treat I will place a small bear, moose ,or venison roast in the bottom of the pot.
cook 250 for 6 to 8 hours in a good old woodstove oven.
I've seen this some where, The night of drinking around the camp fire, the pot was filled with what ever was brought by those involved. One brought the beans, each his turn, onions, spices, smoked meat, see where this goes. Then all was put into a cast iron pot that was then burried in the ground where the fire was. covered in hot coals till the next day.............Baked beans..........Slow cooked..................
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