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Backwoods Idaho Thick and Hearty Smoky Baked Beans

I grew up in North Idaho in a town of 20 people. I lived with three loggers who loved their food, loved lots of food, and loved it thick and filling. This fit the bill perfectly, especially when served with grilled steak or chicken and IDAHO potato salad!

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2hrs 15mins
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  • Brown hamburger and onion.
  • Drain.
  • Dice bacon and brown.
  • Drain.
  • Meanwhile, mix remaining ingredients in a very large bowl.
  • Stir in bacon and hamburger and mix well.
  • Pour into an 11x15 pan (it will boil over in a 9x13).
  • Cover with foil and bake at 325 for 2 hours.
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"I grew up in North Idaho in a town of 20 people. I lived with three loggers who loved their food, loved lots of food, and loved it thick and filling. This fit the bill perfectly, especially when served with grilled steak or chicken and IDAHO potato salad!"
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  1. da G knee of the ki
    excellent dish and is great for get togethers, was a meal in itself.
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  2. Aurora
    I grew up in North Idaho in a town of 20 people. I lived with three loggers who loved their food, loved lots of food, and loved it thick and filling. This fit the bill perfectly, especially when served with grilled steak or chicken and IDAHO potato salad!
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