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6 responses to “Tuscan Baked Beans”

  1. Kevin

    I have a soft spot for beans. My french grandfather made us eat them prior to our meal, and as a kid I hated them. Now I love them. I love refried beans. I love baked beans. Love simply prepared tuscan white beans. Love them all.

  2. suburban bushwacker

    Beans rock. End of.

  3. Maryann

    You grow your own cannellini? I’ve got to try that. Love beans and have always stayed faithful (’cause that’s how I roll haha)

  4. Susan

    Fennel, molasses, duck broth…sounds beautiful. This would, indeed, be a perfect recipe for a crock pot (as another commenter said). Thank you, Hank, for this really creative take on an American classic.

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