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Steak and drunkin beans

Steve H

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I whipped this up a couple days ago. Steak tips marinated for 30 minutes in Stubb's Mesquite. Then grilled with charcoal and Mesquite chips.
Drunkin beans:
4 cans of beans. Various blends. Use your imagination.
1 green pepper chopped.
2 jalapenos seeded and chopped. I usually use Pablano peppers. But store was out.
1 pound smoked pork. Chopped.
1 onion chopped.
1/2 cup JD
Brown sugar
Mix all together except brown sugar. Top with brown sugar. Light coat.
This went in the smoker at 250 with comp blend pellets for 4 hours. Then put in oven to keep warm.

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Now that is awesome looking Steve. Drooling and I already ate. . .
 

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Nice plate Steve! The steak tips look great and those beans look real good! I never seem to make the same bbq beans twice. I’m gonna have to try yours next time.

How where they heat-wise with the 2 seeded jalapeños? One time, I threw a jalapeño that I didn’t seed into my beans....I never heard the end of it from the warden.
 

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Nice plate Steve! The steak tips look great and those beans look real good! I never seem to make the same bbq beans twice. I’m gonna have to try yours next time.

How where they heat-wise with the 2 seeded jalapeños? One time, I threw a jalapeño that I didn’t seed into my beans....I never heard the end of it from the warden.
Thank you. With them being seeded they weren't bad at all. Quite mild because there was only 2 with that amount of beans. The warden should approve. Mine did!
 

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Tasty looking plate Steve!!
 

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Fine looking plate Steve, I'm thinking those beans would go real well with just about all kinds of pig meat too, Like! RAY
 

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Grandma Brown's Baked Beans
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Grandma Brown's Baked Beans
Product typeCanned beans
Introduced1937
MarketsCentral New York
Grandma Brown's Baked Beans, also known as simply Grandma Brown Beans, is a brand name of canned baked beans that was founded by late Grandma Lulu Brown in 1937.[1]
History[edit]
In 1937, Grandma Lulu Brown made large pots of baked beans during the Great Depression to be sold at local grocery stores. However, these beans were so popular that Lulu and Earl Brown, her husband, decided to expand to Oswego, New York.
Over the years, the company was then known as Brown Whitley Brown (BWB), when Earl Brown died, and Richard Whitley joined the company, and soon after, a plant was established in Mexico, New York to process the large quantities of the beans.[1]
 

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looks good Steve, going to have to try those jd beans, or cut out the middle man and go straight for the jack.
 

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