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English sentences with baked bean in context,

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i that a baked bean
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Then, thaw just what you need and add it to quiche, frittata, omelets, baked beans, soup, fried rice, ...
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baked bean (noun)

  • A single bean in a portion of baked beans.
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baked bean

  • A bean that is coated in tomato sauce. Only found once a month, and best avoided. An acquired taste.
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Baked bean

  • Brown clit burnt by the sun
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"A'yup ya unbelievin' kuffar bastards, I'm gonna turn ya baked beans!"
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For example, the box included a tin of baked beans because Amy had once apparently mentioned that she liked them.
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Baked beans too.
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Sausages, eggs, bacon, tomato, mushrooms, baked beans, toast, black pudding if you're into that.
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I was watching whitest kids you know and it was the baked beans skit.
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It's baked beans in a ham flavoured tomato sauce.
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Heinz used to have a baked bean shepherds pie that took an hour in the microwave and it had 3 stages of cooking (defrost mode, then 60% then 100% power).
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Or if there is a special 4-pack of baked beans that cannot be split due to some obscure barcode reason.
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the keeper of the Bush's baked beans family recipe
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Strawberry, baked beans, mixed plate.
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A can of baked beans turns my Dad into a pretty efficient bioreactor, producing methane of course.
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The second is a tin that once held baked beans, covered in denim, decorated with fuzzy green pompoms and containing a small flowerless plant; this was a Christmas gift from a parent at the school where I work - which parent I do not know, since the thing was left on my desk with no accompanying card while I was out of my office.
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Another good way is to really get it fine and throw it in some baked beans.
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It's not as though he's a tin of baked beans!
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My round Jaffle iron is over 70 years old and we used it for tinned spaghetti or baked bean school lunches; bacon and egg on cool winter days or Dad threw in cheese and tomato as a "side" for our Sunday BBQs in Kuringai Chase.
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My mum always used to make me a cheesy bean toasty (baked beans and cheese!)
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I find it's really good for breakfast sandwiches that include over-easy eggs or baked beans.
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(Last night I ate baked beans cold right out of the can).
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Baked beans in the UK have a tomato based sauce, whereas US baked have a more BBQ molasses flavour.
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So, red beans and rice made with a hamhock, hoppin' john using blackeyed peas, pinto beans, baked beans, yada yada.
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I also saw some baked bean flavour ones.
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I like baked beans with brown sugar.
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It uses a ton of flaxseed, sunflower seeds, and baked beans!
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In fact, the only things I won't eat is baked beans or entrails.
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Used to have baked beans with curry sauce too
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I assume by "baked beans" you simply mean some form of cooked bean?
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In the US "baked beans" usually refers to navy beans slow cooked in a combination of brown sugar, pork bits, tomato, and a few other things.
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Unless they have baked beans in the UK.
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Baked beans.
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I'm in the US but the canned baked beans were often paired with burritos in my childhood.
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Baked beans!!
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Asda used to do an awesome giant yorkshire pudding full of baked beans and hotdog sausages.
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Baked beans in tacos/burritos?
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Sounds like Satan eating baked beans.
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A handcrafted burrito filled with reheated doctored-up vegetarian baked beans, fried potatoes and onions, green onion bits, and habanero salsa from Belize.
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Its great for survival and all you need is tortillas and ground beef then its mostly spices (which you maybe able to buy in packets but idk about the UK) then you brown it and wrap the tortilla around meat lettuce onion tomato sour cream salsa and if you want baked beans.
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Yeah baked beans are for a cookout or barbeque, not breakfast.
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With bacon, cheese, fried mushrooms and baked beans!
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I live back in the states now, but the one thing I missed from home when I lived in Ireland was baked beans.
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Not the watered-tomatoey heinz nonsense, but Boston style baked beans with brown sugar and bacon.
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Anyone who visited me from the US was instructed to bring baked beans.
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Above the baked beans.
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Baked beans
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Side of green beans and meaty baked beans.
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Those meaty baked beans were super good.
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