Yes, it takes some time to cook these beans, but it's so worth it! These beans develop so much flavor as they are baked that you will never buy those canned beans again! Yes there is a lot of bacon in this recipe, and you can use less if you want, but why would you? These wonderful spicy, smokey, sweet and thick beans are certain to be a crowd pleaser at your next gathering!
Want to know what fresh tastes like? This is it! It's that time of year and if you can get all these vegetables for this simple recipe from you garden or farmer's market, do it! This recipe comes together easily and is wonderful reheated for a quick meal!
The number one question I get asked, without fail, is "How do you get your scrambled eggs so light and fluffy?". Well, I'm here to share the very simple secret to perfect scrambled eggs with you! Once you get them perfected the possibilities are endless! They are great on avocado toast, by themselves, on a cracker and especially with tomatoes and mushrooms as seen here.
Of the many blessings in my life my beautiful daughter is one of the greatest. She is 21 now (how did that freaking happen??), has Down Syndrome and is a self proclaimed foodie! There is nothing she loves more than finding an interesting recipe and having me make it for her. Truth be told, I think I love that she finds stuff for me to create for her even more than she does! That's how I was introduced to Loco Moco, by my princess daughter, Tori, and I'm glad she did! It's such a savory, hearty delicious comfort food that has become a quick favorite in our house. Try it one time and I think you will agree!