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A Series of Unsatisfying Results-Part 3

One of my favorite meals, and smells, is Coq au Vin…there’s some of my many years of Canadian French classes coming into use. Lol (Sounds fancy, but if you haven’t heard of it…it’s pretty much just chicken cooked in wine, garlic and spices.)

When I made this, I was trying to use up some leftover wine I had in the fridge. (I know, what SANE person has leftover wine?) But on this occasion, I seemed to. The wine I had on hand, was a white wine and the final product didn’t come out quite as good as I remember it to be. Because of this, I would recommend using a red wine instead.

Don’t forget…“Don’t be afraid to play with your food!” (I think this has become my new motto…cause I am ALWAYS doing this)

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A Series of Unsatisfying Results-Part 2

My second concoction was baked beans from scratch.

These were good, but in my opinion came out too watery. I will share my altered recipe with you and hope that it turns out better. (I haven’t had a chance to try to make them again since my experiment.)

It’s a simple recipe with most ingredients probably on hand. I made this as a main course, so there are a few ingredients you may have to go out and buy.

Enjoy!! Remember… “Don’t be afraid to play with your food!”

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Crock Pot White Beans

Crock Pot Beans

One of my husband’s favorite meals is Beans and Cornbread. I have always found it easiest to cook the beans in the crock pot, then I don’t have to worry about anything else other than making the cornbread at some point in the day.

These beans are flavorful as they are, but if you are thinking of having these as a main dish…you may want to mix some meat, like some chopped-up ham, to make them a bit more filling. The best part is, these beans are flexible and pretty simple to experiment with.

Just try to watch the amount of sodium you add to them. (If you’re trying to stay healthy and eat clean)

For the recipe, please click here.

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