This was a great recipe, but then again, I love pretty much anything in this genre (baked beans or pork and beans, doctored up). I was a little confused on the main "baked beans with pork" ingredient, though. I checked my store shelves and didn't know if you meant "baked beans" (which featured bacon and brown sugar), or "pork and beans" (which featured pork and tomato puree). And the recipe already had both brown sugar and ketchup (tomatoes, that is). I chose the pork and beans. For the sausages, I used some Johnsonville "Hot Italian Sausage Links". Otherwise, I made the recipe exactly as written, using a yellow onion and rice vinegar. The results were very tasty, but the Italian sausage was a little unusual (but good) in flavor here. The sauce was richly-flavored, too, and I liked the addition of the diced pepper and onion - they fleshed out the dish. I'll save this one, and perhaps make it again with a different type of spicy sausage.
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This was a great recipe, but then again, I love pretty much anything in this genre (baked...