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Old 04-04-2008, 12:47 PM   #1
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Beans and Ham

one of my favorite meals....took an old ham bone I
had laying around, and made stock.



Soaked the beans overnight,
then cooked em in the stock.


meanwhile, after dat bone cooled down, I pulled the meat off and threw
it in the pot



and served this with biscuits....



I know a lot of youse guys won't get thrilled about this but it's one
of my favorite comfort foods. I pour a little of my vinegar pepper
sauce on the beans, and wooowee!
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Old 04-04-2008, 12:51 PM   #2
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Great minds think alike Cappy...I just picked up some beans today...instead of a ham bone..I'm tossing the hamhocks in.

Nice job Cappy
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Old 04-04-2008, 12:56 PM   #3
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well you're probably like me...see the spring coming, decided to
do a little cold weather favorite before it gets too hot.
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Cappy soup.... Mmm mmm GooOOOoood!
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You hit the nail on the head...once the weather finally breaks.....if it ever does .....then that comfort food goes to the wayside....Isn't it time for your yearly hot dog thread?
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Musta been something in the air. Made them last week..but with cornbread. Hard to beat that even as simple as it is
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We have ham 'n beans (pintos) 'n cornbread (stone ground) about once a week. I love it. When I'm running low, I buy a ham on sale, cube it up, and bag it in individual-meal portions for the freezer. Cap'n, I add red pepper flakes.

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today it's 75.....good day for a hot dog....thread coming soon!
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I could use some of that soup up here.
Cold and rainy.
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Looking delicious!

You trying to help out with the gas shortage???
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Yummm good comfort food. Nice job Capín.
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If I waited for it to get cold to cook that I would starve to death!
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There is nothing more special than the family ham, cooked up at Christmas and the leftovers last throughout the rest of the year. I have ham bones in the freezer that are a couple of years old. Every now and then I pull one out just for beans or greens or whatever I am cooking.

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By Baltazar del Alcazar

Three Things

A prisoner of love I am
Of Melody and country ham
These things my heart do greatly please
Also grits and some cheese.

Melody, she has me in her spell
Without her I count it time in hell
That takes my mind and self away
From Melody, whom I love both night and day

Yes I loved her both night and day
A year at least, my friends I say
And then some ham she served me once
With grits and cheese Ė A lovers lunch

Though it was Melody that I first chose
But of the three I now suppose
There is not one I hold most dear
I love them equally, I fear.

There is no difference in my heart
Of tasting, size or feeling part
Melody I love, Iím here to tell
But grits cheese and ham as well

In America the ham is born
As pretty as Melody each morn
Where grits and some cheese complete
A southern trinity, a loverís feast

In truth and fairness to the three
I hold them dear all equally
Melody I love most faithfully
But also grits ham and cheese

At least one thing I am sure
My love for her (and them) is pure
In her favors I find true bliss is,
Grits and cheese and ham and kisses

If she would keep my affections steady
She would do wise to always ready
Of ham, a most delicious slice
Some cheese and grits, also nice
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that Baltazar was a wise man.
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Nothing wrong with that Cappy. When I do it my wife makes hoe cakes to go with it.
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hoe cakes? Yall mean Fritters?
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That's myfavorite soup Cap'n.
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