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This recipe's a hidden gem that needs to be discovered! I chose it for the pretty yellow color of the canary beans before they are cooked, for the "Taste of Yellow for Livestrong Day" event. However, this is the perfect baked bean recipe that can be used for ANY beans. WOW is this more flavorful than any baked beans you've had...and spicy...I only used medium salsa so the heat must come from the half bottle of "Texas Six Shooter" habanero jelly I used. The Caribbean market basically had every part of the turkey (and I mean every part!) available smoked EXCEPT the wings, so I went with smoked necks. It was too hard to take the meat off afterwards but they did add lots of flavor just from cooking in the oven for an hour and a half (it took mine longer for the liquids to melt off.) We had coco bread from the Jamaican bakery on the side. I'd recommend changing the name of the recipe - it needs equal opportunity for Zaar chefs without access to yellow beans!

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FLKeysJen May 15, 2008
Smoky Baked Beans (Originally Canary Baked Beans)