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Old 11-07-2007, 05:45 AM   #1
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Wolfe Beans

2 - 28oz cans Bush's Beans (your choice of flavor)
1lb Maple Sausage
1 - Bell Pepper diced
1 - Onion diced
1-2 Jalapenos
1/2 Cup Sweet BBQ Sauce (I use Sweet Baby Rays)
1/2 Cup Wolfe Rub Original


Brown sausage and drain most of the grease, then saute' the onion, jalapeno and bell pepper in a couple tablespoons of the sausage grease for 2-3 minutes, not till soft. Add beans, BBQ sauce and Wolfe Rub Original and let simmer over medium low heat until slightly thickened, stirring occasionally.
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Old 11-07-2007, 12:40 PM   #2
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And put in an aluminum pan beside the meat while smoking..who needs liquid smoke when the real thing is right there!
Put it Under the Meat as it renders fat after 160 degrees internal. Yum Boy!
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I've done beans in the smoker and under the meat before and just don't care for the extra fat or smoke flavor. I like the beans to compliment my meat, not taste like it or have an overpowering smoke flavor or swimming in grease. Just my opinion though, I know alot of people that like it the way you guys described, just not for me.
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I've done beans in the smoker and under the meat before and just don't care for the extra fat or smoke flavor. I like the beans to compliment my meat, not taste like it or have an overpowering smoke flavor or swimming in grease. Just my opinion though, I know alot of people that like it the way you guys described, just not for me.

I agree. I smoked brunswick stew and didn't care for the smoke flavor.
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I've done beans in the smoker and under the meat before and just don't care for the extra fat or smoke flavor. I like the beans to compliment my meat, not taste like it or have an overpowering smoke flavor or swimming in grease. Just my opinion though, I know alot of people that like it the way you guys described, just not for me.
Larry have you tried the beans the next day...JMHO but smoked beans need a day to mellow.
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I've done beans in the smoker and under the meat before and just don't care for the extra fat or smoke flavor. I like the beans to compliment my meat, not taste like it or have an overpowering smoke flavor or swimming in grease. Just my opinion though, I know alot of people that like it the way you guys described, just not for me.
Larry have you tried the beans the next day...JMHO but smoked beans need a day to mellow.
Yes, but beans are beans, not meat........... JMO though........
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