Monday, January 14, 2008

Heads or Tails: C Is For Cooking On Sunday

Whole Wheat Bread made with organic whole wheat King Arthur flour and Artisan Bread Topping.

Recipe here.

Vermont Baked Beans made with Grade D Vermont Maple Syrup that I get from farming friends. Recipe here. All photos open full-size in a new window when clicked.

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23 comments:

  1. I LOVE VT baked beans. I used maple syrup too! But I also use soldier or yellow eyes instead of navy beans and I also add 1 small onion. It's funny, because I don't like onions but I love the flavor it adds. So I cook with a whole onion and then scoop it out before serving.

    Oh...and I'm a soaker! So, I start the night before! LOL! Clean and soak the beans overnight and then cook in early morning until skin cracks and then prepare mixture to add to it. I sometimes also add a touch of molasses....just a bit! :)

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  2. Thank you for these ideas, JVDHJ! My daughter will enjoy them (she thinks maple is too bland, and salt pork is too blank, she loves the bacon taste). Isn't it great all the ways you can do these??

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  3. Ooh, baked beans. I've been on kind of a pseudo-vegetarian kick lately so I probably need some protein in my diet. Thanks for the recipes.

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  4. That bread looks delicious!

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  5. I don't have my Heads or Tails up but also part of mine is also on cooking.
    I never knew the graded maple syrup.

    Oh I'll have mine up tomorrow on Tuesday.

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  6. Oooh, that bread looks great :-0...

    Happy HoT!! :-)

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  7. Those look like some tasty meals!

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  8. umm sorry i posted twice...but somehow I had the wrong url...

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  9. Yummmmm - Some of my grandma's Vermont corn bread recipe would go great with those baked beans!

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  10. That homemade whole wheat bread looks delicious. I love the smell of freshly baked goodies.

    I don't get the chance to eat baked beans that much but I enjoy it whenever I can.

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  11. Those recipes look delicious. You just can't beat home-baked bread. Happy Tuesday!

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  12. ...and yummy lookin' cookin' if you ask me.

    My list is now posted.

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  13. These both look so tempting and delicious! I love a big pot of beans cooking, and nothing is better than homemade bread. :)

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  14. I love homemade bread, I plan on making some later today. :)

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  15. I love homemade bread and homemade beans. I made both on Sunday, but seriously these recipes looks so good I am going to try yours this sunday. Also several of your recipes...you are going to keep me busy cooking for quite some time!

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  16. That bread looks so good! My favorite smell in the world is fresh-baked bread. I'm making sourdough today. The loaves are rising, so I haven't gotten to that wonderful smell yet, but it's coming.

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  17. All of that looks delicious. I'm getting hungry and it's not even 4pm. LOL

    www.mamapj.com

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  18. YUMMY! I make my own baked beans as well, from a cookbook with recipes from Laura Ingalls Wilder.

    Tasty, tasty, tasty.

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  19. Another post that seems to make me hungry after reading it lol. Thanks for stopping by my blog.

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