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    • #278054
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      this is so good to come home to when the weather turns chilly and a good way to use leftover ham or pork…
      Bean Soup:angel12:
      1 bag of your favorite dry beans
      8 cups water
      2 15-oz can tomato sauce
      salt and pepper to taste
      4 potatoes, diced
      4 carrots, shredded
      2 onions, diced
      1 cup ham or pork, diced
      Soak beans overnight in enough water to cover as they swell. Drain beans. Put all ingredients in crockpot.

      Stir well. Cover and cook on low 8 to 10 hours.
      note: diced bacon, about 8 slices, can be used; leftover sausages, sliced works well, too!

    • #426048

      sounds good . Going to make it sometime soon 🙂 thank you !

    • #426618
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      Going to cook this tomorrow. Thanks for the recipe.

    • #426626
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      I don’t know where you live, but the weather is chilly enough here for me to make it! LOL! hope your family likes it!

    • #426633
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      Was looking for something to fix for a cold, cold sunday supper. This is on the stove now.
      Thanks

    • #426772

      What’s everybody’s favorite bean? I am not sure I have one. I do like lima beans but don’t know if thats a good choice?

    • #432490

      I Like Great Northern Beans..Can’t wait to try this Thanks

    • #432487

      @beths 130929 wrote:

      What’s everybody’s favorite bean? I am not sure I have one. I do like lima beans but don’t know if thats a good choice?

      I think Great Northern Beans, Pinto Beans, Cranberry Beans, or maybe Black Beans would be really good choices for this delicious sounding dish.

      I would think Kidney Beans would do nicely also.

    • #432931

      Thank You for a great receipe

    • #433372
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      I’ve never met a bean that I didn’t like. I’ve made this with every bean that’s out there — black to speckled, and I’ve even used the bag of 15-bean soup mix when I couldn’t make up my mindgiggle smiley It’ll time to make a batch of this really soon as the nights are already turning chilly.

    • #433388

      Oh, and I’ve got a bag of 13 or 15 bean soup and a lonely ham bone hiding somewhere in the freezer…Yep, sounds like that’s gonna be dinner pretty soon since it’s getting much cooler at night now. 😉
      Thanks for sharing!! You’re recipes are always awesome!

    • #434584

      What is a Cranberry Bean? Haven’t heard of it before. Can you get them in Alabama?

    • #434595

      @AlaFaye 255297 wrote:

      What is a Cranberry Bean? Haven’t heard of it before. Can you get them in Alabama?

      they’re definitely available in alabama.

      😉
      in my little area of north alabama, not many stores carry them, but a few do.
      they taste almost like a pinto bean, with just a little variance.
      my mil couldn’t tell the difference, but i can.
      they look like a pinto bean also, just has a pink tint to them.

    • #435733
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      I have never met a bean that I didn’t likegiggle smiley I have a ‘dump’ bean recipe going in the crockpot right now. I made it up as I threw it together, soooo-oo I’ll let you know how it turns out.

      If it is good, I’ll post it in the dump recipes forum…if not so good…well…we’ll just skip it! giggle smiley

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