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Old 08-28-2006, 06:45 PM   #31
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those are beans, the green kind, cooked down here in the south.
Oh, Almost like Yankee Green Beans

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ummm... southern style green beans.
Okay, Ill bite, what's southern style green beans?
Well, what my m-i-l does, she breaks 3 or 4 lbs of beans into about 1-1/4" lengths (or so), tears a piece of bacon in half and lightly cooks it in a Dutch-oven-size pot, adds the beans in layers, lightly salting and peppering each layer, adds water to barely level with the beans, and cooks the heck out of 'em, checking every now and then to make sure they're not scorching and covering the pot toward the end, and cooking until you can't see the water anymore without tipping the pot. Newer beans you don't have to cook as long.

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Old 08-28-2006, 07:30 PM   #32
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those are beans, the green kind, cooked down here in the south.
Oh, Almost like Yankee Green Beans[/quote:1htvcxyj]
Her parents and her older siblings moved from Barren Co KY to Boone Co IN by horse-drawn wagon in 1916. She learned all her basic cooking from her mom, so I should probably have said "southern-Kentucky-style."

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