Can You Believe (Grandpa's Baked Bean Sandwich)

Norma DeRemer


Was talking to one of my cousin's the other day and we were talking about the days she lived in Ashville, NC where my Mother's family lived. We got talking about Grandpa Coche and his baked bean sandwich. He would alway say "just because your poor doesn't mean you have to eat like it".I remember us kids not wanting to taste his sandwich, but when we did. Wow! They were GOOD! You can be sure that the next time I make baked beans I'm making one. I'm so glad she had a picture of it to e-mail me.

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As many as you want


butter for bread
2 slice
of buttered rye bread or bread of your choice
1 c
slightly heated baked beans
sliced sweet onion
prepared yellow mustard

Directions Step-By-Step

Butter two slices of rye bread or bread of your choice.
Spoon on warm baked beans.
Top with sliced onion and drizzle yellow mustard over all.
Place second slice of bread on top, cut in half and serve with pickles and a hand full of chips.
(As Grandpa would say "come on and dig in, it's good")
*even if the baked beans had onion in it, Grandpa would always add slices of onion "for a little more bite" he would say.

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