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Dutch Oven: South West Pork and Black Beans

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    Dutch Oven: South West Pork and Black Beans

    Dutch Oven: South West Pork and Black Beans

    This is a good way to use up some leftover pulled pork!

    Trying Evernote for the recipe... here it is:


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    You sir are a Dutch Oven King!


    • Jerod Broussard
      Jerod Broussard commented
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      I was going to go with a "Dutch Oven Cooking Fool" but a king is a better than a fool.

    • Strat50
      Strat50 commented
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      Unless the king has no clothes...lol

    • Jon Solberg
      Jon Solberg commented
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      I thought that was Emperor?

    That would make killer quesadilla filling!


      Such a cool way to cook. I love using the Dutch and some fire.


        OMGoodness, does that ever look tasty! Way to go, Steve!





            Recently purchased my first cast iron Dutch oven, and had the good fortune to stumble onto this recipe... I didn’t even realize AR had a cast iron section! Followed the recipe to the T, used the green peppers and tomatillos from the optional section - came out absolutely delicious! Much spicier than I expected given the ingredients, but that’s a GOOD thing! :-)

            Thanks for sharing this gem with us. 👍


              That looks incredible! I have to get back to my DO. Poor thing has been sitting on the floor under my prep table in the garage for about a year. That's what happens when you start collecting too many cooking devices things you use to love to use get pushed aside for periods of time.


              • Mr. Bones
                Mr. Bones commented
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                Yikes, better rescue that rascal, git it re-seasoned, an enjoy some winter DO cookin, Brother!

                I have yet to see a Hotdish Receipt, up in here!

              Frozen Smoke , show us yer stuff man! 👍


                That got my mouth waterin'.


                  Awww. I miss Steve (smarkley). He's making these beans in heaven, I'll bet.



                  • gdsim1
                    gdsim1 commented
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                    Oh man, I didnt realize...

                    Kinda feel like a heel for not knowing. Guy left some really great recipes here, and no telling how many he carried to the pearly gates with him. I hope it gives him a smile every time someone cooks up one of them... I'll be thinking of him every time I make this recipe now.


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