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Buckys Baked Beans

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edited 8:09PM in Sides
• 2 lb Navy beans
• 1 tsp Baking soda
• 1 lb Salt pork
• 3 Tbs Granulated white sugar
• 1 Cup Dark Table Molasses
• 2 tsp dry mustard
• &#189 tsp white pepper

InstructionsSoak the beans overnight, then parboil for 20-25 minutes in enough water to cover, mixed with the baking soda. You’ll know they’re ready if you pinch a bean and the shell comes off. Rinse the beans well in cold water. Cut the salt pork into quarters. Place three of them in the bottom of a 2 quart bean pot. Add the beans. Place the last quarter of salt pork on the top of the beans.
Mix the remaining ingredients with enough hot water to make the molasses pour easily and ad to the beans, reserving a little. Bake in a 300° F oven for 6 hours adding the reserved liquid in small amounts to keep the beans covered. NotesAdded note: I HAVE NOT TRIED THIS RECEIPT ON HUMPTY...yet. These could be done on any oven proof pot. It just seems that a real bean pot has something to do with the slow cook time and the overall taste.Number of Servings: Time to Prepare:
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