Written By Sophie MacKenzie Edibles / Must Have / Victoria May 30, 2014 Pig BBQ Joint’s Bean Side SHARE VIA: Facebook Twitter PinterestFeijoada, Quebec-style, Franks and Beans, or just good old fashion British beans and toast – let’s face it, no matter what you call them people are mad for those stewed little legumes. And Victoria is no exception to the rule! While they can be eaten simply ‘as is’, or served with a big fry-up breakfast, I think they are best eaten in the summer-time, devoured alongside the complementary accompaniments of a crisp coleslaw and wedge of sweet cornbread.While the summer-time heat may have you re-thinking any idea of slaving over a hot stove, you don’t have to go far to enjoy a hearty dish of home-style beans. Pig BBQ Joint offers up some of Victoria’s most beloved beans for a easy and affordable meal ($1.75 for a side). The beans, which have remained true to the original recipe from Pig’s incarnation on View Street, are comprised of three different varieties: red kidney, black turtle, and pork and beans. These are stewed in a mixture of “caramelized onion, garlic, red peppers, and house made barbeque sauce” explains kitchen manager Richard Teves. Rounding out the flavours of their Carolina style tangy beans are the classic southern ingredients of brown sugar, grainy mustard, and molasses which help “balance the sweet and sour” flavours”. And if that didn’t have your mouth watering, lets not forget is the addition of some brisket at the end for good measure. Pig’s beans can been enjoyed a la carte , or eaten along such other southern classics as their fried chicken or cornbread. Specials featuring the beloved beans such as the Tater Tots with Pulled Pork and Beans are always major hits, but one can always take creative liberty with the menu and muster up their own food fantasy (hello Poutine with BBQ Beans…and maybe some Pulled Pork if you’re feeling wild).(Side note): Keep your eyes peeled for Food Network’s ‘You Gotta Eat Here’ feature of Pig in the Atrium. WebsiteHours: 11- 10 p.m. Seven Days a WeekLocation:1325 Blanshard St and Unit 129 2955 Phipps RdPhone: 250-590-7627 West Shore 250-590-5193 DowntownFacebook: pigjointTwitter: @pigbbqjoint SHARE VIA: Facebook Twitter Pinterest Written By: Sophie MacKenzie Sophie MacKenzie is a food enthusiast through and through. When she isn't busy working early mornings shifts at a local bakery, she can be found creating and photographing original recipes for her wholefoods centred blog. Her ... Read More You may also like Dessert / Recipes / Sponsored July 18, 2017 Summer’s Ice Cream wishes you a Happy National Ice Cream Month! This month, dessert lovers across Canada will be raising their bowls and waffle cones in delicious recognition of NATIONAL ICE CREAM MONTH, with ... Read More 2017 Issues / The Big Picture July 3, 2017 Summer Issue of EAT Magazine Available in Print & Digital Versions The July/August 2017 issue of EAT is out and on the streets. Pick-up your copy today at your favourite grocer, deli, wine shop, café or book store. ... Read More Dessert / Recipes June 26, 2017 Gluten-Free, Dairy-Free Lemon Meringue Pie Lip-smacking looks and punchy lemon flavour result in a seriously delicious gluten and dairy-free dessert. If you’re not up for making a ... Read More Get Fresh / One ingredient May 18, 2017 Fiddleheads: Take a walk on the wild side GET FRESH With a particularly long and chilly winter behind us, and snow shovels safely stowed away, you might say we are starving for glimpses of ... Read More Good For You May 2, 2017 Grocery Finds Giveaway – Enter the Draw to Win Greetings my fellow wholesome food lovers. Welcome to another edition of Good-For-You Grocery Finds! I hope you had a wonderful, chocolate-filled ... Read More Get Fresh / One ingredient March 21, 2017 Brassica Greens “Get Fresh” Produce shopping is evolving into an art form, or perhaps more of a sport. The demands made of local markets are known to be ... Read More Comments are closed.