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    OK, made these yesterday, to rave reviews! The outlaws and the wife all had great things to say about these beans. If you haven't had 'em, try 'em! Mmmmm! Great stuff!

    To be fair, I made a few changes. First, I added about half a cup of shredded carrot to the pepper and onion. Second, I used a few shots of Habanero sauce for heat. Finally, just before serving, I mixed about 3/4 cup of brisket-pork drippings to the beans.

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    Quote Originally Posted by peculiarmike View Post
    I have to testify. I've et 'em, they are good!
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    You obviously haven't done enough research on that one.

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    I will try these the next time I cookout. IIIIIIIIIIII Promise
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    Quote Originally Posted by TX Sandman View Post
    OK, made these yesterday, to rave reviews! The outlaws and the wife all had great things to say about these beans. If you haven't had 'em, try 'em! Mmmmm! Great stuff!

    To be fair, I made a few changes. First, I added about half a cup of shredded carrot to the pepper and onion. Second, I used a few shots of Habanero sauce for heat. Finally, just before serving, I mixed about 3/4 cup of brisket-pork drippings to the beans.
    Hey Rob, Fix 'em the way ya like 'em. Recipes are just a general outline anyway.

    Glad ya'll are liking these Wicked beans.
    Dutch

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    This recipe comes well reviewed on the net and any time I've ever had them they rank first rate. Thanks for sharing this with us Dutch.
    To get a better piece of chicken you'd have to be a Rooster!

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    Quote Originally Posted by TX Sandman View Post

    To be fair, I made a few changes. First, I added about half a cup of shredded carrot to the pepper and onion. Second, I used a few shots of Habanero sauce for heat. Finally, just before serving, I mixed about 3/4 cup of brisket-pork drippings to the beans.

    You put shredded carrots in your wicked beans??!!!!

    Now, the brisket drippings belong in any beans. Especially if it's real smoky


    Quote Originally Posted by Smokin View Post
    This recipe comes well reviewed on the net and any time I've ever had them they rank first rate. Thanks for sharing this with us Dutch.
    I even posted them on a few other sites and they always seem to get great reviews. A lot of folks do seem to alter the recipe a bit. I think it's just a thing with Baked Beans. People have to toy with them.

    Heck, I even heard that somebdoy even put shredded carrot in them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SmokyOkie View Post
    You put shredded carrots in your wicked beans??!!!!
    Yep, just to see how it worked. Added a little sweeter tone and some more veg to the meal. Made 'em health food, donchuno.
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    These are the only beans we make cookin outdoors. Variations are everywhere, drippins, other veggies, etc. We use more GP and less onion, crushed pineapple and leftover pulled pork. You could make a meal outta them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TX Sandman View Post
    Yep, just to see how it worked. Added a little sweeter tone and some more veg to the meal. Made 'em health food, donchuno.

    Very doubtful Rob.

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