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Old 01-19-2014, 12:36 AM   #11
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you had us worried there Duddie!
I know worried my self. Idk how i could miss such an important food group!!! =-O

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there isn't any type of beans cooked in the Axxe household without some type of pork in it! bacon, a hambone or some type of salt pork!
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there isn't any type of beans cooked in the Axxe household without some type of pork in it! bacon, a hambone or some type of salt pork!
Oh man axxe. Man after my own heart!! Salted pork omg!!!

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one of those cooking things i learned from my grandmother. she would slow cook a pot of pinto beans on the stove with a huge chunk of salt pork in it. she would also put just a little bit of sugar in them too.

now when she cooked butter beans, she would use a hambone. slow cooked on the stove just the same way as her pinto beans. again with just a little sugar in them.

she did the fried in the cast iron skillet cornbread. heated up the skillet on the stove, poured in the cornbread, let it sear just a little then finish cooking in the oven.
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Here is a Bean commerical

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9WoM2bHfr48

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one of those cooking things i learned from my grandmother. she would slow cook a pot of pinto beans on the stove with a huge chunk of salt pork in it. she would also put just a little bit of sugar in them too.

now when she cooked butter beans, she would use a hambone. slow cooked on the stove just the same way as her pinto beans. again with just a little sugar in them.

she did the fried in the cast iron skillet cornbread. heated up the skillet on the stove, poured in the cornbread, let it sear just a little then finish cooking in the oven.
My mouth is watering. Sounds so good.

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Sounds good.I'll have to try it.

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they were good. the wife and i do them in a slow cooker now, but the rest is pretty close to hw my granny did them.

some of those pinto beans, cornbread, fresh sliced onion, soft fried potatos, and thin sliced steak that is pan fried with gravy made from the drippings. mmmmm good!

ain't no meal for a person with heart problems that's for sure!
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Yea, everyone here pretty much uses bacon or fat back for seasoning, which sucks for me because I'm allergic to pork and I can't eat beans unless I make them myself. I'm liking the sound of the first recipe!

Now what I really want to know is how to get the gas out of beans. Dry beans really do a number on my stomach. I've literally been afraid to light a cigarette for fear of the fumes!
It's ok.On nights I eat beans,I have to sleep on the couch.
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It's ok.On nights I eat beans,I have to sleep on the couch.
Beano brother, Beano! it will help you!
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