everytime i make these beans and take them to a party i am always asked for the recipe. don't expect leftovers. my niece jennifer doesn't like baked beans but she loves these. i had to share this recipe so i can put it in my zaar cookbook and because it is soooo delicious!!!
taken from out of this world cookbook ii. i have never tried this! i don't know if it's meant to be a main course on a buffet or for a large family, or just a meaty side dish -- so i'll categorize it as both.
my favorite banana bread, i like to use unbleached flour and sugar but you could use which ever you choose. also, this recipe makes about six 8 inch loaves...several people want one when i make them so have to make enough for everyone.
i got this fantastic recipe from dr. laurie itcush - it was her grandmothers. it's awsome, and addictive. you can put it on ice cream, cake, graham crackers, or each other. what every floats your boat - go for it!
this is an original recipe that i have spent five years perfecting. it has won two blue ribbons in chili cook offs. one of the judges gave it its name. he said it was so hot, it just about blew the top of his head off! ha! good luck.
i got this recipe from a cookbook that's new out this year called "simply in season". instead of pork i used one cup of tvp (texturized vegetable protein, which is cheaper than meat), although i would recommend using skewer-sized chunks and not the broken
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