Does anyone else want to grab Emmy and just hug her? I don't know if it's how adorable she is or seeing a woman prepare food. I'd add a can of Emmy to this dish.
I could totally get into this if I change the pork n' beans to red beans.
NEAT i learned about Gullah from Bizzare Foods America when Andrew went to the island that one lady grew up on and since then I've retained that info and fascinated by it. Neat to see a cookbook from that culture
Love beans and rice and sausage. So comforting.
That is a beautiful pot
It's a goulash…. growing up mine had taters and ground beef along with onions and pork and beans.
We make something like that with linguisa hotdogs beans(pork and beans or bush’s) some vegetables potatoes and bacon instead of the salt pork a bit more complex a recipe but Yummy as heck!
Still looks delicious tho 😊
This looks yummy! Definitely appreciate economical meal ideas with prices as they are. Will give a try-thanks Emmy
You wont believe this, but in Mexico we have a dish very similar to this one on weddings or parties! It's called Frijoles Charros, but ours has tomato and of course, chile serrano! 😀
My mom would make that dish all through my childhood and into my teen years. She didn't pair it with rice though because her family came from Virginia (potato country). Typically, she didn't add too much water and served it as a stand alone meal. It was delicious and filling. I had no idea back then that she was also watching the budget! Thanks for the memories. 😊
Both of my parents came from the South and salt pork was their 'secret' ingredient as well. I have beautiful memories of snapping beans and cutting up potatoes to simmer together with salt pork and tons of black pepper for hours. So simple, so inexpensive, and just delicious. This recipe looks delicious as well. Thanks for sharing with us ❤️
I love this especially with fried chicken on the side.
I would have drenched my rice in that delicious broth 😋
I live your videos ❤️ I hardly comment but I'm curious to know the camera you use.
I've made the same exact meal except I used a strip of bacon instead of salt pork.
Reminds of when my siblings and I were kids. My parents used to make pork and beans with small pieces of bacon, round onions, and sliced vienna sausage. Sometimes, they put green onions in from our garden.
Brown beans with salted pork or smoked pork belly and smoked sausage is a traditional dish in The Netherlands. Usually served with mustard and syrup.Never heard it refer to as a poor man's meal before…for us it's normal winter fare!
These " Hard Times" videos are my favorites. They remind me of my grandparents, and their stories of life during the Depression and World War 2..
ugh, salted pork and sausages, isn't that cheap at all