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Texas Chuck Wagon Pinto Beans

Texas Chuck Wagon Pinto Beans by Amos Miller

This dish is all about FLAVOR. San Antonio and Ft. Worth are my two favorite places to be when in Texas. This recipe was inspired by some dining experiences there and, to my palate, is as Texas as bluebonnets in Spring. Sweet and spicy, richly textured, these beans cry out for anything BBQ'd, grilled or broiled. Corn on the cob,…

6 votes
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Uncle Sidney's Red Beans

Uncle Sidney's Red Beans by Amos Miller

There are two ways to go here: smoked meats (sausage, rib tips, neck bones, ham, country bacon), OR pickled meat. Either way, you'll obtain a rich flavor profile and a satisfying meal. One, warm, soft, and smokey; one tangy, slightly sharp, sort of barbeque-y, but it's always PORK and beans in the end.. My culinary mentor, whom I…

2 votes
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Egyptian Tirmis

Egyptian Tirmis by Buttered Up

Egyptian Tirmis, or Lupini Beans. Popular as a bar snack and great with drinks.

1 vote
8348 views
Hummus

Hummus by Frosted Flaker

This is a great snack for any time of year. I personally serve it with Kalamata olives and sometimes even diced cucumber and/or bell pepper. Keep in mind that after blending, fine-tuning the mixture with slightly more tahini and/or lemon juice is often needed (see step 3). As a footnote, tahini is what gives the hummus its creamy…

4 votes
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Boston Baked beans

Boston Baked beans by Rowdyricky

A dish that can be used for summer or winter gatherings. You adjust to your own taste buds

2 votes
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Biggest Loser Broke Bean Stew

Biggest Loser Broke Bean Stew by Recipe Kitchen

Healthy Biggest Loser Recipe For Broke Bean Stew From The Biggest Loser Cookbook. Recipe Source: http://www.biggest-loser-recipes.com

2 votes
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Spiked Baked Beans

Spiked Baked Beans by Robyn Savoie

These are the kind of beans served at barbecues or while camping yet, happy baked in the oven, then served with Sunday dinner.

1 vote
5124 views
Tamale King's Borracho Beans!! YUM

Tamale King's Borracho Beans!! YUM by Laurette Champagne-koerber

I'm pretty sure any type of beans will work for this recipe, but I always use pinto beans! open the bag and dump out the beans on the cookie sheet to get out any pebbles and yukky looking stuff. then soak the beans in water over night in crockpot or bowl. add more water to the beans in the morning if all soaked up so its about two…

1 vote
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Super Easy Baked Beans Supreme

Super Easy Baked Beans Supreme by Wendi Taylor

Baked Beans the whole family will love!

2 votes
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Three Bean Salad

Three Bean Salad by Libby Starchild

Really good side dish to include in picnics and pot luck suppers.

1 vote
5580 views
Green Beans with Cherry Tomatoes

Green Beans with Cherry Tomatoes by Robyn Savoie

Here's a colorful dish made from garden fresh vegetables. The combination of beans, tomato and basil make for a tasty combination.

2 votes
4194 views
Two Bean Cheddar Bacon Dip w/ Roasted Garlic

Two Bean Cheddar Bacon Dip w/ Roasted Garlic by Smokinhotchef

Packed with vitamins, minerals, protein and flavor, this dip is a great way to stock pile on nutrition. Quick and easy to make from pantry ingredients and exploding with zeal. Try this dip cold, at room temperature or warmed. Whatever your preference,this dip stands up to the challenge.

2 votes
4585 views
Chili Guiseppe

Chili Guiseppe by J. Gino Genovesi

There ae many legends about the origin of Chili. rt was probably a meal for the poorest of people. Chili, as we know it in the U.S. is not found in Mexico, only those areas where tourists go.. The first written account of Chili Con Carne was recorded in the 17th century by Sister Mary of Agreda of Spain. Today chili is known…

2 votes
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Cannellini bean hummus

Cannellini bean hummus by Frosted Flaker

This bean dip is similar to regular hummus, but a little creamier and smoother. Serve it with pita bread, pita crackers or vegetable dippers. It couldn't be easier!

1 vote
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Aunt Helen's EZ Baked Bean

Aunt Helen's EZ Baked Bean by Glenn

Aunt Helen gave this recipe to my mother who modified it slightly. My mother gave it to my sister who modified it slightly. My sister gave it to me and I modified it to suit my taste. It is quite tasty and rivals the more complex and difficult recipes that I have for Boston Baked Beans. In less than an hour and a half you can have…

2 votes
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