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A hearty wintry dish that tastes a little bit like summer? I think we could all use some of that.  Check out my post and the recipe on Marcus Samuelsson’s blog!

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40 Responses to Greek Baked Beans

  1. Such a unique dish! Some days this winter have felt like summer since it’s been so warm!

  2. Barbara says:

    Not only is that a wonderful sounding dish, your photo is perfect, Joanne. Makes me want to make it ASAP!

  3. Must agree with Barbara! Heading over…

  4. I will be checking this one out. What an interesting sounding version of beans.

  5. bellini says:

    I could get my mind and taste buds around these beans Joanne.

  6. This looks like an interesting dish, heading over to check it out.

  7. Beautiful! I’ve never heard of this dish but, being obsessed with all foods Greek, this is a must try!

  8. That’s awesome Joanne! I’m going to check it out right now!

  9. marla says:

    Oh girl, this looks great ~ must dash there to check this out 🙂

  10. Elizabeth says:

    Baked beans from a can have been one of my favorite foods ever all my life. It was great when I discovered I could make them homemade

  11. Faith says:

    Hey Joanne! I just got back from vacation and am catching up on my blog reading! I love new spins on baked bean dishes and this one looks delish — I’m off to check out your recipe now!

  12. Lyndsey says:

    Great photo, it really reels you in! 🙂 I’ll have to check it out!

  13. Big Dude says:

    I think this sounds very good with all of those flavors and textures

  14. MM says:

    Oh, yum! Those speckled limas are one of my favorite beans.
    I had to laugh at your comment on my blog about the two desserts and one salad. Didn’t even realize! That’s how the cards fell this week!

  15. Pam says:

    Perfect for my year of beans.

  16. Eliana says:

    Baked beans never looked so sexy! Running over to check these out right now.

  17. That looks fantastic…will pop over 🙂

  18. Geni says:

    Wow…these are really different. You always know how to put a fresh spin on everything!

  19. Holly says:

    Wow gorgeous pics! This sounds awesome!

  20. I remember this dish – oh so good! 🙂

  21. Mary says:

    Joanne, these have such wonderful color! I don’t doubt they are delicious. I heading over to check the recipe. Have a great day. Blessings…Mary

  22. I could that whole bowl! Like now!

  23. woman! do you ever sleep? or do you just go to the grocery store, come home, cook, post, then run marathons? send me your energy. i’ll pay you in fattening treats.

  24. I’ve heard of Boston Baked beans, but never one hailing from the great country of Greece. You are a culinary genius Joanne. I love you and all your wonderfully delightful creations. I can’t wait to give these a try. Perhaps they should be a part of my Super Bowl party menu. I think everyone will be giving their compliments to the chef, of which I will pass along the love to you 🙂

  25. oh colors! i could really use a bit of summer here…

  26. Pam says:

    Good lord… that looks good!

  27. Catherine says:

    Dear Joanne, Just beautiful!!!, need I say more…..Blessings my dear, Catherine xoxo

  28. Carolyn Jung says:

    Now, that definitely beats the usual baked beans coated in way too much molasses and brown sugar. I’ll take yours over that kind any day of the week. 😉

  29. Deborah says:

    I love Greek flavors – got to check it out!!

  30. Hannah says:

    I still have a handful of large, heirloom beans kicking around in my pantry… Perfect! Hoping over to the recipe asap.

  31. I dropped by Marcus’ blog to check out the full recipe, but can I just say: these baked beans are stunning! I have featured your post in today’s Friday Food Fetish roundup. Let me know if you have any objections and thanks for the inspiration…

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