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BBQ beans revisited

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Posted by Ray Basso on June 15, 2015 at 19:53:46:

I have featured a lot of videos on the BBQ Forum by Malcom Reed and with good reasons. Malcom has produced a lot of very good BBQ videos. In looking at the last one about barbecued beans I wished he had showed everyone a more creative recipe.

Over the years there have been a lot of very good barbecue bean recipes posted on the forum and the video got me to start thinking about my favorite bean recipe.
Posted by Ray Basso on April 03, 1998 at 07:37:29:

In Reply to: BBQ Beans posted by Omaha Smoke on April 02, 1998 at 20:46:17:

I checked the Archives and the best one is missing so here is the re-post.
It was posted by Jerry Berwnager June 29, 1996.

Here's a recipe that works well with me and is enjoyed by all of my friends.
2 - 16 oz cans of beans (in Kansas City I use Bush Baked Beans)
Drain sauce out of can and discard.
3/4 cup BBQ sauce
1/4 cup chopped onion
1/4 cup chopped green pepper
1 cup chopped smoked pork or brisket (or use bacon)
2 tablespoons honey
3/4 teaspoon paprika
1/4 teaspoon dry mustard

Serves 6
Fold together all ingredients in a large bowl. Transfer to an aluminum baking pan. Place
in smoker uncovered at medium heat (225 F- 275 F.) for about 90 minutes or until heated though.

Hint: Next time you smoke a pork shoulder or brisket put some away in a freezer bag for use in your
beans. I use apple wood but hickory and oak work well, you'll have to experiment with your particular cooker.

Comments from Ray

I have changed the recipe a bit. I use skinned red peppers instead of
green. I also add a tablespoon of Head Country's Rub and a tablespoon
of Horseradish.

By experimenting with the original recipe I came up with the idea of adding horseradish to it and to me that made this original recipe which was great something really outstanding. As a result I still am using this same bean recipe today.

Ray Basso

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