A baked bean is actually a stewed haricot or navy bean that is stewed in tomato sauce most commonly. This recipe originated in Maine and was possibly first made by the Penobscot native peoples. Today they are commonly sold in cans with many different flavourings.
A baked bean is a single bean, a bean baked or stewed in a usually tomato-based sauce.
no a bake bean is a bean that has been baked and put in tomato sauce. :)
a baked bean riding a bike
The compound noun 'baked beans' is an uncountable noun as a word for a substance, a type of food. The noun 'beans' is a the plural form of the noun 'bean'. One baked bean is not a meal or a serving. The compound noun 'baked beans' is a word for beans baked or simmered in a sauce.
If you choke on it
kidney beans ;) Sorry Tearlake - the beans used in 'baked beans' are Haricot beans
Baked Beans Help Your Digestive System Be Happy.
some thing has bean baked instead of fried
The boston baked bean ? Ii don't know.
The baked bean flavoured Bertie Bott's bean can be found in the moment "Harry's Escape" which is the first moment of Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets chapter 3.
The Navy Bean is the state bean of Massachusetts due to the fact it is used in Boston Baked Beans.
Yes, Yes it is.
people grew bean plantes and they discoverd the bean planete irdk
Haricot beans <><><><> The same bean in the US is commonly called a White Navy Bean
Boston baked beans
Navy beans are a type of bean. They are use in soups, stews and served as baked beans.
It's not. Baked beans look cooler and taste better than peas.
the homophone for been is "bean"...as in baked beans.
That was Ann Margaret