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Recipe from Rennie Phillips of Scott City, Mo. 

Total Time: 30 minutes

1-2 lbs hamburger (the leaner the better)
1 large onion
1-2 bell peppers (or hotter if you like)
1-2 cans Pork & Beans
6-8 slices of Cheese

1.  Fry the hamburger along with the cut up onion and pepper.  Drain off the grease if there is any. 

2.  Now add the Pork & Beans.  Once this mixture is hot turn down the heat and cover the top with the sliced cheese. 

3.  Cook covered until the cheese melts down into hamburger and bean mixture.  If you like cabbage you can add some cabbage when frying the hamburger.

Yield: 4 to 6 Servings
Comments: This was our favorite camp food while camping.  A one pot meal!

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