With the Fall weather comes the desire for some rib-sticking food. And what better to fill our bellies on chilly evenings than an bowl of pinto beans?
Personally, I find it easiest to pre-soak my beans during the day then cook them overnight. When I wake up the next morning, the house smells wonderful and I have a meal ready to go for later that day plus a lot of leftovers. Add some rice, some cheese and some hot sauce and oh boy! Good stuff!
So what brought this on? I made up a big pot of beans yesterday and plan to dive in tonight. Enjoy.
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