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Hill Country baked beans

There’s a dish known as Austin baked beans. It’s a riff on Boston baked beans with a Texas twist, hence the use of the capital city as a descriptor. Now, I’ve always loved the name, but the curious thing is that these baked beans are made with apples, and it is peaches I usually associate with that region of Texas.

Take Fredericksburg, a Hill Country town that’s a little over an hour away. It’s an area that was settled by German immigrants, and that culture still has a large influence on local cuisine, with sausage . . .


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