BBQ weather means baked beans in our house. To help celebrate my husband Bruce’s birthday, we are having a sausage fest with about a dozen people. Don’t get any ideas! It just means we are grilling a ton of different kinds of sausages, and one will be crowned the winner.
The beans are cooking in the crockpot as I write, and after two hours they are starting to smell really good and everything in the pot is coming together in a smoky, porky kind of way.
I have medicated the beans with my latest favorite sativa strain, Sour Diesel. It is a party, after all, and I want those who indulge to be into having some fun. This is just the thing — quite an uplifting high. I medicated some garlic butter and made awesome garlic bread the other night. As a bonus, there was no trouble falling asleep and I felt just great in the morning.
A friend of mine made some shatter with this weed, and I did a dab a few nights ago. Yikes! To be honest it was my first time dabbing. Certainly, for me, this cannot be an everyday thing. I just sat completely still for about 30 minutes, just trying to wrap my head around the rush. I didn’t speak for quite some time, had a feeling it would all be gibberish. You live and you learn. Enjoy!
Canna-crockpot potted baked beans
⅔ cup smoky BBQ sauce
⅔ cup ketchup
⅓ cup brown sugar
3 tablespoons canna-canola oil
2-3 teaspoons mustard
4 cans great Northern beans, rinsed and drained
1 large onion, chopped
1 cup cooked pork or beef chunks (I had leftover ribs)
1 jalapeño, seeded and minced, optional
1. Mix everything together in the crockpot. Stir to combine and turn the crockpot on low. That’s how the cannabis likes to roll.
2. Cook for about 8-10 hours, checking and stirring every 45 minutes or so. When done, the beans will be thick and just magnificent.