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The Best Beans


I shared some stories the other day when I was making these beans and immediately got requests for the recipe. It isn't my recipe, so I'll share the link to it on Pioneer Woman's website HERE if you want to give them a try.


Christy encouraged us to try these as they are a staple in their home, and she didn't steer us wrong. These quickly became a weekly standard here too. They are a great side dish, can be reheated for a quick lunch and make a nice side for breakfast huevos rancheros.


If you are like me and are a bit concerned with the state of the world right now, stocking up on some non-perishable foods is not a bad idea. I keep stockpiles of pinto beans along with brown and white rice in our basement, after all, beans and rice can be a great affordable and healthy meal. I just grab a bag the day before I plan to make the beans and let them soak overnight. Then the next day I cook them as she directs. For just a few dollars you can get a pretty tasty meal.



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It appears that part of the pinto beans recipe is missing. When do you add the bacon and remaining ingredients? I want to try this recpie.

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