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Here's a great side to go along with your meals from the grill... this can also be done on the grill if you like. These would need to cook in a covered dutch oven at 250° for eight hours or so...

Ingredients

1 pound (2 to 2 1/4 cups) dry white beans such as Navy beans or Great Northern beans (can also use kidney beans)
1/3 cup molasses
1/3 cup brown sugar
3-4 Tbsp Dijon mustard
1/8 teaspoon ground cloves
3 cups hot water
1/2 pound salt pork (can sub bacon), cut into 1/2-inch to 1-inch pieces
1 medium onion, (1 1/2 cups) chopped

Method

1 Place beans in a large pot and cover with 2 inches of water. Soak overnight and drain. Alternatively, bring a pot with the beans covered with 2 inches of water to a boil, remove from heat and let soak for a hour, then drain.

2 Mix the molasses, brown sugar, mustard, and ground cloves with 3 cups of hot water.

3 Line the bottom of a slow-cooker (or a Dutch oven if you are cooking in the oven) with half of the salt pork (pick the fattiest pieces). Layer over with half of the drained beans. Add all of the onions in a layer, then top with another layer of beans and the remaining salt pork. Pour the molasses water mixture over the beans to just cover the beans.

4 Cover and cook in a slow-cooker on the low setting for 8 hours (or in a 250°F oven), until the beans are tender. Check the water level a few hours in, and if the beans need more water, add some. Add additional salt to taste if needed. Note that fresher beans will cook faster than older beans. Your beans may be ready in less than 8 hours, or they may take longer. Best the next day.

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John - DITTO! I thought from previous videos you had a six-toed cat and my suspicions have been confirmed with your Sous Chef's name ... Hemingway! He's like my cat ... An attention whore and a nibbler! My cat also rules the roost ... Bolivar kicks my Rhodesian Ridgeback around like a soccer ball!

I've always done beans on my kamados ... there's just something using a slow cooker I just can't bring myself to do! Reminds me too much of ex-wive #1 and her mother! :shock::lol:

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JM, photography, another hobby you can turn into a career for yourself. I had a friend up north who started taking pictures of the food he was served in restaurants, they were so good the restaurants now hire him to photo their menu items for their print adds in newspapers and magazines. He has become so good at it that he is now on staff of 3 major food magazines. Currently he is in California getting ready for the new wine ads coming out this summer. You could be next, JM, it's sort of like reverse xrays !!! LOL

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I spent the last seven years shooting sports for the newspaper while back in school and getting to work in the new job full time...

Auto-focus or manual (follow) focus for your sports shooting?

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John,

I enjoy all your videos and love animals but I might reconsider starting a cooking video with Hemmingway walking across your cutting board. I think it's probably going to turn off some of your potential audience but, of course, it's your call on that. I'll watch either way. lol.

I'm pretty good at keeping everything clean. I'm hypersensitive to that since I work in the medical field. I go above and beyond by using a product called Star San in my kitchen to sanitize just about everything I'm using to cook with, including the cutting boards. That board didn't get used in this video, but you are right... I won't let him do that :)

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I spent the last seven years shooting sports for the newspaper while back in school and getting to work in the new job full time...

Auto-focus or manual (follow) focus for your sports shooting?

Depends on the sport as to which AF mode I use, but I never use manual focus of any kind for sports shooting. I most commonly use AI Servo focus tracking where I can track the moving subject and the focus follows whatever I'm tracking.

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