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  • linebb956 6 years ago
    Cokeman.. a lot of native Texans here cook their beans in a clay pot.. real slow..hardly a bubble.. send me a description of what they are like... please..
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  • zena824 6 years ago
    Where are your recipes.....
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  • michellem 7 years ago
    Im glad the pork stew turned out good..M
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  • tnacndn 7 years ago
    Hello, thanks for being my cooking buddy and welcome to the foodie family. :o) The only thing I know about beans is how to cook good ole basic Pinto beans and eat them with my Mamma's cornbread. (smile)
    ~Gem~
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  • notyourmomma 7 years ago
    Angel hair slaw is a regular coleslaw mix that they slice very finely. NO chunky clumpy pieces, just very fine shreds. It is a more delicate slaw. Sold in our groceries already done, we just have to add the dressing. Now, if I didn't work and I had more time, I'd save a lot more money just buying a head of cabbage and slicing it up myself. LOL
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  • chefjeb 7 years ago
    RE the breakfast casserole: Yes to freezing and yes to making ahead and nuking it. We do both, but mostly the make ahead and it last several days for just the two of us. Saw your post about the beans. Give me some more details. Are they pintos, navy peas, gret northerns or what. describe the dish. message me if you want.
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  • cokeman 7 years ago
    I grow the Anaheim Chilis and use them in place of bells. Close taste and they don't have the after burp when cooked.
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  • michellem 7 years ago
    I have not used Fresh Anaheim chilis in this recipe. I hope you like it. Its one of my family's favorites. M
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  • cokeman 7 years ago
    I am working on a bean recipe. I ran across the beans in about 1990 down in Comanche, TX below Lake Proctor at a littel bait shop/cafe. For years, I've been trying to figure out the recipe. Several of us tried to buy the recipe, without luck, from the lady at $5.00 each. I have been trying to figure the recipe out using pinto beans and have created some great beans. However, yeateday at work I received a partial recipe for Great Northern Beans with bay leaves, garlic and chicken stock, then made into a soup. AH!! The stock on the beans in Comanche was nearer white than brown. I may be onto something. I left TX in 1998 and am still working on those beans. I was looking for some ideas when I found this page. Any suggestions or ideas are welcomed.
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