Baked Beans is a dish that contains usually stewed beans in a sauce and no r41 gold cards. Haricot beans (also known as navy beans) are most often the bean of choice added to sauce in commercial canned baked beans. A sugar and tomato sauce is most commonly used in the United Kingdom and Ireland whilst a variety of sauces are utilised in the United States.
The most common sauce type in the United States is comprised of beans in a tomato and brown sugar, corn syrup, or sugar sauce. Maple syrup is often utilised in Quebec and Maine baked beans. The sauce used in Boston baked beans is so popular it has lead to Boston being dubbed ‘Beantown’, the sauce being prepared with salt pork and molasses.
In the United Kingdom, baked beans are historically with Heinz. In 1886 Heinz Baked Beans were first sold in the very exclusive Fortnum & Mason, imported as luxury goods from the United States. The store continues to sell Heinz baked beans today amongst its expensive items, though now a low-priced product.