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  1. #1
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    Default BYBBQers bad boy baked beans.

    thank you sir!! After Paul had posted is awesome review I figured I gotta try it. Used 1 # brisky chopped into small cubes, 1/2 # pulled pork. They didnt last long.

    Ya got a keeper there my friend! Thanks Jim



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    Thanks. Glad you liked them.

    They are really good if you let them cook in the smoker while the meat is cookin' and dripping into them.
    Jim

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    Quote Originally Posted by BYBBQ View Post
    Thanks. Glad you liked them.

    They are really good if you let them cook in the smoker while the meat is cookin' and dripping into them.
    there is no doubt about that!
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    Looks more like Bad Boy Baked Meat, with a few beans....
    I like it! Looks great!
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    Dude,
    Those bodacious beans look most excellant!!!!
    Paul

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    Smile

    Got a recipe to go with those pics?

    They look GREAT!
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    Quote Originally Posted by yamahog3187 View Post
    Got a recipe to go with those pics?

    They look GREAT!
    Click on the link to jim's website then Recipes then appetizers.Then Jims baked beans


    http://www.thebackyardbbqer.com/


    Enjoy!I did
    Last edited by californiasmokin; 05-26-2009 at 07:24 PM. Reason: Make it mo betta
    Paul

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    Anyone know where I can find this recipe now? Old thread, broken link but man those look gooooood!

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    I no longer keep the web site. The recipe was posted here once before. I looked through my recipes and here is the recipe that is in the pics and review.

    JIM'S BAKED BEANS

    6 Slices bacon
    1 lb ground beef or chopped brisket
    ½ lb ground pork, pork sausage or pulled pork
    ¼ cup tomato Ketchup
    ¼ cup Jalapeño peppers-diced
    1 cup chopped onion
    ½ cup chopped bell pepper
    1 Tbs Chili powder
    3 dashes Tabasco or Cholula hot sauce. more or less to taste
    3 Tbs Cajun spice blend or BBQ rub
    2 Tbs Lime juice
    ¼ cup Worcestershire Sauce
    ¼ cup light brown sugar
    1/3 cup honey
    2 Cans baked or pork and beans--28 oz. cans
    -------------------------------------
    Optional Addition:
    1 small can pineapple chunks or sliced peaches - opt. - I cut the sliced peaches into chunks and cut the pineapple chunks smaller
    -------------------------------------

    1. In a large skillet fry bacon til crisp. Remove bacon and set aside. Reserve grease.

    2. Saute onions and peppers in bacon grease until tender. pour into a bowl and set aside. In same skillet brown ground beef and pork sausage. When done remove and drain off grease.

    3. In a large covered baking dish add all ingredients except bacon and mix well.

    4. Bake at 350* for 30 min. with cover on-stir several times during baking

    5. Remove cover and crumple bacon over top of mixture-Do not stir in.

    6. Place dish back in oven -- uncovered -- bake for 10 min. more

    Tips
    I don't usually bake these beans. I slow cook them in a pot on the stove top or put them in a pan and cook them in the smoker under the pork or beef and let the juices drip into the beans.
    Jim

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    Thanks for sharing Jim! I have a dinner to go to Monday, I think I'll throw this together for it.
    Plank Owner ..................
    I didn't fight my way to the top of the food chain to be a vegetarian!



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