Baked Beans Pennsylvania Style

"From sister-in-law to sister-in-law, and then from friend-to-friend, Brenda passed this recipe to me! The combo of three varieties of beans in a savory, tangy-sweet sauce makes this bean dish disappear like a magic act!"
 
Baked Beans Pennsylvania Style created by Divaconviva
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  • Preheat oven to 350 Degrees Farenheit.
  • Brown and drain the ground beef, bacon and onion in large skillet.
  • Grease a 9 x 13 baking pan
  • Add all remaining ingredients, stirring to mix well.
  • Pour bean/meat mixture into baking pan.
  • Bake at 350 Degrees Farenheit for 1 Hour 15 Minutes.
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"Hi, everyone! My name is Ellen. I was born in the town so nice, they named it twice - New York, New York! I grew up in Ossining, NY, just minutes outside of Manhattan. My grandma immigrated to New York from Austria, and owned a delicatessen for years right near the original Yankee Stadium. She was a fabulous cook and baker, as was my mother, and I learned a lot about food preparation from both of them. I could cook a complete meal for eight people by the time I was in the third grade. I always loved to cook, and with two such great teachers, how could I not?! I am a born-again Christian, and I have enjoyed serving on different ministries at my church, the most recent one being data-entering the info and prayer requests handed in every week on the Care & Communication Cards, and then I follow up with phone calls & emails to welcome, answer any questions, and assist, if needed. I also work with Community Caregivers, an organization providing all kinds of assitance to people who have need, including delivering prescriptions, providing transportation to doctor appointments, helping the visually disabled with paperwork, etc. It has been a great growing experience for me. This is Jeff, my husband and most appreciative gourmand. This is Cricket, our American Eskimo. He is pure energy! This is Daphne, our Bluetick Hound. She is a sweetheart! Here's a video of a youth drama/dance from GodTube that is absolutely one of my favorites! http://youtu.be/cyheJ480LYA Thank you, SusieQusie! Thank you, Susie D! Thank you, FloridaNative! This four-pound lobstah is our idea of a perfect picnic supper! Here are several photos I've taken of our yard from mid-Spring to late-Summer"
 

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  1. theresa.pochatko
    I made these for my daughter's graduation party and they were probably the most talked about dish served.Everyone loved them and I had requests for the recipe from family and friends. The sauce has just the right amount of sweetness and the combination of the different beans make the taste and texture fabulous!! I will be using this one again and again! Thanks for the submitting this recipe!
     
  2. Crafty Lady 13
    I make a baked bean dish that is very similar to this. I used Great Northern beans in place of the butter beans because that was what I had on hand. Other than that, I followed the recipe as written. I took this to a July 4th cookout and it was a huge hit. My friend's husband told me he went back for 3 helpings! Made for ZWT4 Family Picks.
     
  3. Crafty Lady 13
    I make a baked bean dish that is very similar to this. I used Great Northern beans in place of the butter beans because that was what I had on hand. Other than that, I followed the recipe as written. I took this to a July 4th cookout and it was a huge hit. My friend's husband told me he went back for 3 helpings! Made for ZWT4 Family Picks.
     
  4. Random Rachel
    I used 1 lb dried navy beans, which I cooked. I found that I needed to double the sauce for the amount of beans (I had no idea what the equivalent would be in cans.) Delicious! My husband thought it needed some bar-b-que sauce, but I thought they were perfect as is. For ZWT4 family picks. Flying Duchess'
     
  5. katew
    Terrific comfort food - easy to do and very tasty - made for ZWT 4.
     
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