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Mmhh, I would like to taste the beans! Lots of giveaways lately in the blogs I visit...I'mm be sure to participate in yours!

Tammy518

Oh, yummy! These sound delicious and will be great with your grilled burgers. My mom is a "little bit of this, a little bit of that" cook also.

paintergal

Those beans sound so good! Yum~

Carrie

Mmmmmmm those baked beans sound yummy! Thanks for posting the recipe, I'll have to try it soon.

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cherry hill cottage

Beans beans the more we eat the more we ...well, you know! lol! Can't wait to help you CELEBRATE YOUR 100TH POST! OH BOY!

Midwest Nest

Haven't tried making the beans on the stove top instead of baking them. Good idea -- will try soon.

Andrea (Southern Heart)

Your beans sound delicious---I became hungry after reading about them. Your aprons are lovely---I have quite a few aprons that I've collected, also. Aren't they fun?

I hope that you're having a good weekend with your niece, and enjoying your son's visit, too. Thank you for stopping by and leaving such a sweet message the other day...it made my day!

Andrea

Vicky G.

Hey Kim...love the picture! It reminds me little of an Andy Warhol painting. Very cool! Of course all your pictures are very cool, as you are too. love, Vicky

berrie

ummmm! one more thing I will miss about my gram? her baked beans, she use to make them from scratch with big hunks of bacon they were soooo darn yummy!

Carol

That sounds delish. Would be great alone,or along with fried chicken,and potato salad!Oh yeah!!!
I just love your blog.Always something wonderful to surprise us!

Pat

I'm going to try your baked bean recipe, Kim! We had grilled cheeseburgers last night. No baked beans though!

Congratulations on your upcoming 100th post! I've enjoyed my visits to Daisy Cottage, so much!!

kattz*cottage

Your beans are almost the same as what we call Uncle Nick beans! He made them exactly so with the bacon, onions, spices, & pork & beans & always on top of the stove!.....but I've never tried adding the Bush Beans! I will definitely add them next time - sounds great. I love your pictures & always look forward to the next ones!

Louise

Ohhhh! You're using my favorite baked beans... Bush's brand! I think my favorite flavor of theirs is the Maple flavor (and the Boston Baked beans come in a close second). That recipe sounds YUMMY! We eat alot of fishcakes and beans here (with coleslaw) - now I'm getting hungry! lol Thank you for that great recipe!!!

Janet K

Hey Miss Kim, that's the way I make my beans too, on top of the stove. I will have to try adding some garlic powder to them, that sounds good. Good too, to see "Publix" brand on your blog. It would make my son-in-law proud( he is a manager at a store in Brandon) to see "his" product on a good cook's wwebsite! Have a great weekend and I will look forward to your giveaway!! HTH Janet

Janet K

Hey Miss Kim, that's the way I make my beans too, on top of the stove. I will have to try adding some garlic powder to them, that sounds good. Good too, to see "Publix" brand on your blog. It would make my son-in-law proud( he is a manager at a store in Brandon) to see "his" product on a good cook's wwebsite! Have a great weekend and I will look forward to your giveaway!! HTH Janet

kim in Camas - ScrapToMyLu

you are better than me.........I just open the can and call it good. I should try dressing them up sometime.

Cindy

Kim, Your baked (on top of the stove) beans sound wonderful, I have copied it and will let you know when I make them. Also, congrats!!! on your 100th post!! I cannot believe you are already at 100, I know I have not missed one of them, they are always so interesting. Have a great day, Cindy S.

Tracey

I've never been quite ambitious enough to do anything past reheating the can of baked beans as is. Hee! They do sound delicious.

Natasha

It is the season again isn't it, baked beans, potato salad....ect. YUM

Jill Gross-LaFaye

This recipe is almost exactly like mine. I do put the casserole dish in the oven for 20 minutes or so..until bubbly.

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