I am from Texas, where we specialize in all things barbecue! I picked this recipe among others because it appeared to be closer to homemade than the rest. I especially didn't want to take a plain old can of baked beans and spice 'em up, that's not my forte. So what I did differently was this: I used only two cans of pinto beans (didn't have time to make 'em homemade) MINUS the kidney/garbanzo (which we don't normally eat in TX anyway) and MINUS canned baked beans. I followed the rest of the recipe as is, substituting syrup for the molasses since I didn't have any (I couldn't tell the difference). I also added one fresh jalapeno, seeded and chopped for an extra kick. When they came out they were good, but were still missing something, so I added salt and paprika and VOILA!!! THEY WERE FANTASTIC! I hope you find this helpful.
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I am from Texas, where we specialize in all things barbecue! I picked this recipe among others...