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Old 01-23-2023, 10:47pm   #1
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One of my favorite easily prepared meals, quick to put together and cook all day, my famous (within the family) bean soup.

large crock pot
2 ham slices, diced
1 large onion, chopped
3 cans of diced tomatoes
2 cans of navy beans
2 cans of Great Northern beans
1 can of pinto beans
tsp of red pepper flakes

Use all liquids in the cans.

Combine all, let it cook on high for about 6-7 hours, stir occasionally.
Don't add salt, the ham flavor should be just right.

Serve with your favorite dipping bread and butter.

Give it a try, you may like it. Leftovers, freeze for future meals.
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Old 01-24-2023, 1:45am   #2
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Looks like the kind of slop the peasants in Eastern Europe survive on
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Love me some quick/easy prep foods since I don't cook until I am hungry. Bean soup doesn't really qualify the way I make it though. Might starve to death waiting on that.

I'd say popcorn's probably the easiest/quickest thing I make. Just needs salt/pepper, and olive oil. Is grown and packaged locally so I keep several large bags on hand.

Another quick and easy meal is sloppy joes (assuming the burger is already defrosted), but instead of canned store bought sauce (yuck) I stir in a big slug of Sweet Baby Rays or spaghetti sauce. Yummie, get in my tummy
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One of my favorite easily prepared meals, quick to put together and cook all day, my famous (within the family) bean soup.

large crock pot
2 ham slices, diced
1 large onion, chopped
3 cans of diced tomatoes
2 cans of navy beans
2 cans of Great Northern beans
1 can of pinto beans
tsp of red pepper flakes

Use all liquids in the cans.

Combine all, let it cook on high for about 6-7 hours, stir occasionally.
Don't add salt, the ham flavor should be just right.

Serve with your favorite dipping bread and butter.

Give it a try, you may like it. Leftovers, freeze for future meals.
Almost looks like Gumbo.

Love me some Gumbo...with french or italian bread for dippin'...

Yum
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When my wife and I make a ham for the holidays, we will typically eat off it for a few days until we tire of it. I will take it and vacuum seal the bone that still has a pile of ham on it and freeze it. When bad weather rears its head, I will pull it out, thaw it, and make ham soup off it. I use dried beans and omit the tomato in favor of a couple of large carrots sliced up. Try adding some thyme to your recipe one time. I find that the flavor of thyme greatly enhances a bean soup.
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Nothing, and I mean nothing is better than One Pot for beans. I use dry beans, select spices, chicken stock. Takes one hour.
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One of my favorite easily prepared meals, quick to put together and cook all day, my famous (within the family) bean soup.

large crock pot
2 ham slices, diced
1 large onion, chopped
3 cans of diced tomatoes
2 cans of navy beans
2 cans of Great Northern beans
1 can of pinto beans
tsp of red pepper flakes

Use all liquids in the cans.

Combine all, let it cook on high for about 6-7 hours, stir occasionally.
Don't add salt, the ham flavor should be just right.

Serve with your favorite dipping bread and butter.

Give it a try, you may like it. Leftovers, freeze for future meals.
Looks delicious.
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Wife uses dried navy beans or peas and ham hocks and any ham left over from a bone in ham we had,onions carrots
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Mr. Taggart, can we have some beans?
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Great on a cold day. Heat and fumigation the house at the same time.
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One of my favorite easily prepared meals, quick to put together and cook all day, my famous (within the family) bean soup.

large crock pot
2 ham slices, diced
1 large onion, chopped
3 cans of diced tomatoes
2 cans of navy beans
2 cans of Great Northern beans
1 can of pinto beans
tsp of red pepper flakes


Give it a try, you may like it. Leftovers, freeze for future meals.
Going to the store today.

Will try.

Not much into cooking anymore since the SO's gone.
Leftovers is a way of life now.
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Canned beans aren't bad, if you wash that nasty slime off of them and replace with good water or broth. I just dump mine into a strainer and run them under the water to wash the slime off. Sounds good otherwise.
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@Norm, made a pot today.
Looks just like the pot you posted picture of.

Got a least 10 leftover meals.
Palatable.
My youngest son is here, and he liked it.
Quite salty, without adding any salt, but, beer!!
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Canned beans. Are you crazy.
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https://therecipecritic.com/cowboy-beans/

Gove a look at Cowboy beans.
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BEANS, BEANS, BEANS are good for your heart,....

The more you eat, the MORE you FART......

The more you FART, the better you FEEL......

SO lets have BEANS with EVERY MEAL......


been a while since I heard/seen that one.....

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