Step 7: It's DONE!

Here it is just as it came out of the oven.

Half of the corn cake and a couple of helpings of beans were taken out, and the rest was sent with my wife to her Grandmother.
You are welcome to bring your bean pot to our house any day!
That looks great.<br> Would gammon do for salt-pork?<br> <br> L<br>
I must confess that I had to look up &ldquo;Gammon&rdquo; to see what we are talking about. Having done that, I cannot see any reason why it would not be an acceptable substitute. <br> <br>
I'd heard of salt-pork, but I don't see it for sale around me.<br><br>L
Thanks for the detailed recipe for baked beans. They take a long time, but the results are delicious! We bake them in our solar oven during the summer, when we have the requisite number of hours of strong sun energy. You're lucky to have a genuine bean pot to make this recipe in. If your readers want some other bean recipes, they can go to www.grow-cook-eat-beans.com

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