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Pinto Beans

Linda, I've noticed the pinto beans in several of your food pictures.  What seasonings do you use with them? 


Dan and Gail; Kasey, Pembroke Welsh Corgi 
2004 40 ft. Country Coach Intrigue, purchased 10/2011
Towing 2007 GMC Sierra, loaded with 2008 Yamaha Motorcycle 
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I had to laugh out loud when I read this posting.  Do we really have Pinto Beans in a lot of our pictures?  That is too funny.  I never realized that we ate them that often.  Too Funny.  I actually don't season them at all.  Heat and eat!

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