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Old 11-03-2007, 11:47 AM   #1
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Beans and Cornbread!

It was cold this morning, and the mere mention on Witts b-day thread had me craving beans and cornbread.

I use the quick soak method instead of the overnight method.

Boil dem beans for 2 mins, then let soak for an hour.


Hocks and onions ready to go.



have to wait till 1:30 my time to continue
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Old 11-03-2007, 12:07 PM   #2
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Comfort Food at it's best....how cold can it be in Myrtle Beach????
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Leave the lid on to Keep the Poots in. lol We would joke about that as kids when myMom cooked Beans and Cornbread.
She'd take the lid off and we'd put it back on.

Good stuff man.

I got some Turkey and Dumplings I'll have for dinner. Buzzard Soup we call it.

Enjoy!
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actually, if you change the water after soaking, either method, you will find a remarkable difference in the amount of gas you have, which is important when you're serving this to 5 guys in a small room on poker night.

sooo..drain the beans. Most directions call for you to pick out split beans....don't...they make the gravy.


add a chopped onion (not diced) and the hocks to FRESH water.


I let this boil for 10 minutes to get the juices flowing.


chop some ham and throw it in now



vinegar bean sauce ready to go


add the beans


boil for 10 minutes, then simmer for an hour
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Old 11-03-2007, 01:27 PM   #6
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Lookin' good Cap
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Old 11-03-2007, 01:30 PM   #7
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Looks good Cappy.
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time to make the cornbread...

dry ingrediants mixed, had to use seasoned salt, all I had..



lowfat buttermilk added



heres the fat...melted butter in a preheated cast iron skillet
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Cast iron makes the best corn bread.
I don't seem to see any beverages in the pics??
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Old 11-03-2007, 03:53 PM   #11
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Hey them beans look sorta white. Them aint yankee beans by any chance now are they? Hopefully they is real beans..aka Pintos. Hopefully just a little light complexioned.

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Looking good Jim. What time is dinner?
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Old 11-03-2007, 04:40 PM   #13
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ok, cornbread is done..



beans took a little longer...


time to eat


add the vinegar

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real beans..aka Pintos
Got to agree with you there. We have ham and pintos and cornbread about once a week. I also add some crushed red pepper flakes. When we're traveling and don't get our beans, it's usually the first thing I fix when we get home.

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Your beans and cornbread look good, Cappy.

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Is the vinegar sauce the same as you would use on pulled pork or is it different for the beans? Sounds darn good.
Looks great Cap
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That is a high quality pic there Cappy. Good looking grub also.
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Around here we use hot pepper vinegar drizzled on top of our beans. White beans, pintos, all get eaten at my home. Got to have cornbread, and onions too.

Looks great to me Cappy.
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They look good!!! I love beans, but beans don't love me...
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Puffster, my bean sauce is half my bbq sauce, half white vinegar, and a little added red pepper.
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