Cowboy beans are a traditional southwest style bean dish that works great as a side to any meat. However, this is the Boneyard Outfitters version… Boneyard Beans. One key to running a successful hunting operation is great food, and this recipe is a big hit with the hunters. It’s easy to make, quick, and can feed a bunch of hungry people, which is why this is a deer camp favorite.
1 pound ground deer burger
Half of a Vidalia (or white) Onion
1 Tablespoon of seasoning on meat (Kinders Garlic Pepper, and Lawrys Seasoning Salt)
1 Bottle (or 2 cups) Jim Bean Bourbon Barbeque Sauce
1 Can Bush’s Grillin Beans
1 Can Bush’s Butter Beans
1 Can Bush’s Baked Beans
1 Can Black Pinto Beans
1 Tablespoon Worchestershire Sauce
Brown the deer burger in skillet (season the meat generously)
Chop Onion in small chunks .
Drain the butter and black beans (no water).
Mix the ingredients into a crock pot.
Cook on low for 3-4 hours.
Serve as a side dish to steak, pork chops, or most meat dishes.
You can make your own, or get some when you book a hunt at BonyeardOutfitters.com.