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Old 08-25-2014, 08:18 PM   #1
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How Do You Red Bean Your Monday?

Well, I'd say get your Camellia Red Beans started cooking early but when I cook red beans here at home I cook anywhere from two to four or five pounds at a time and freeze them so they only need thawing and warming when we them.
So, the beans were cooked, thawed and warming when I put some FANTASTIC alligator sausage on the Keg to grill.

Smells awesome!

Here's how I Red Bean my Monday! An ice cold Abita Andygator, tha bottle of Tabasco Pepper Sauce nearby(just in case I want to spice it up a bit more)and a delicious plate of red beans with an extra link os grilled sausage!

How do you Red Bean yor Monday!!!

Mmmmm......... Pure Deliciousness!!!
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Old 08-25-2014, 09:45 PM   #2
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Man that looks really good!!! Do red beans do well in the freezer? I love red beans but the rest of the family not so much.
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Absolutely!
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Did you roll them out with a rolling pin to squeeze out the gas?
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Old 08-26-2014, 01:07 PM   #5
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Nice did you post a recipe for these in the past?
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I'm pretty sure I did. Will have to look for it.
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All looks great T!
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Not a big bean eater, but it looks good brother.
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Smart thinking Max. Yankees aint designed to eat beans. it gives them gas bad.
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