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    Hi everyone.
    My daughter is getting married this weekend, and we are hosting the rehearsal dinner. I need a tried and true good Baked Bean recipe.

    Can anyone help me out here?? I sure would appreciate it. TIA

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    Default Re: Baked Beans

    I don't really go by a recipe but I'll share the way I do mine. I take 2 or 3 cans of Bush's baked beans (you can use another brand...I just like those best). I drain the liquid off of them and add a whole chopped onion, some chopped bacon (sometimes I cheat and use real bacon bits...not BACO's), a tiny bit of mustard and my favorite barbecue sauce, which happens to be Montgomery Inn Barbeque sauce, probably not sold everywhere. I probably put in a cup and a half to 2 cups. I put them in the oven at 350 for an hour and a half or so...till they look dry on top. I have done them also in the crockpot...same way...cook for several hours on low...maybe 4 -5 hours.

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    Default Re: Baked Beans

    I agree, doctor up Bush Baked beans. They come in those big cans

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    I never have any of these left over, and I'm always asked for the recipe. The guys especially seem to flip over this:

    BAKED BEANS

    Preheat oven to 350.

    2 1-lb. cans of pork and beans (I use Campbell's)
    1 1-lb. can kidney beans, drained (either dark or light red OK)
    1 1-lb. can or jar of butter beans (large lima beans), drained

    Mix gently. Note: Add butter beans last - they break easily.

    1 large onion, chopped
    1/2 lb. bacon (cut in 1" pieces before cooking)

    Fry onion with bacon until bacon is just about done (do not drain when done - all drippings will be used)

    1 cup ketchup (low-carb ketchup is fine)
    1 cup brown sugar (1/2 cup works well too if you don't want it so sweet)
    2 tablespoons white vinegar (plain unflavored rice vinegar - not rice wine vinegar - is great if you want less of a "bite" to the beans)

    Boil 5 minutes, stirring gently.

    Mix all above ingredients together. Pour into large casserole dish. Bake, uncovered, at 350 for 1 hour.

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