Heirloom Beans , so I do not have a tried and true recipe to share. I have come to learn, that beans together with a bit of aromatic vegetables and water is all you need. From there the pleasures are just beginning.You can make refried beans, bean soup, beans with red wine vinegar and bacon, white beans with pesto, bean burritos, well I think you get the idea.
the beans they will be cooked with. I started with soaked beans, celery
onion, hocks and the can of tomatoes. I simply cooked for 8 hours on high in the crockpot.
I will remove the hocks, and refrigerate the beans.
The hocks will be skinned and the meat diced and then refrigerated. Tomorrow I will remove the solid fat, taste to see if salt is needed and stir in the reserved meat and dinner is done.And since beans freeze well,
dinner is done for a few meals!
You know I learn more and more what my Honey likes to eat, and guess what? He loves a pot of beans along with a pan of cornbread. That and a glass of milk and He is happy with dinner. Oh and a bit of bee Honey for that second piece of cornbread. Personally I like maple syrup on my cornbread.
As always, thanks for taking a moment to stop and say hello.