Quebecois Feves Au Lard, Or Maple Baked Beans Guest Post From Diana Of The Economical Epicurean

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Ingredients

1 (16 oz.) bag of dried navy beans, soaked overnight and drained ( though not as true to the original, you can also use cannellini, kidney, or black beans -- or any bean that can hold up well to all that cook time )

1 slice pork fatback or 8 oz. salt pork

1 medium onion, finely chopped

1.5 t salt

1 t ground pepper

2/3 C real maple syrup

1.5 t dijon mustard

6 C water

Preheat oven to 350°F. In a large dutch oven, stir together the beans, salt pork, onion, salt, pepper, syrup, and mustard. Add the water to the beans and bring to a boil on the stove, then cover and bake for an hour and a half, stirring occasionally. Remo

1 (16 oz.) bag of dried navy beans, soaked overnight and drained (though not as true to the original, you can also use cannellini, kidney, or black beans -- or any bean that can hold up well to all that cook time)

2 T chili powder

3 t salt

Preheat oven to 350°F. In a large dutch oven, stir together the beans, chili, onion, salt, pepper, syrup, and mustard. Add the water to the beans and bring to a boil on the stove, then cover and bake for an hour and a half, stirring occasionally. Remove c

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