Baked beans are a British institution. They’re served on toast, on baked (or to give them their proper English name: jacket) potatoes and, of course, they are a vital part of the one meal no Brit can live without: the full English breakfast. By why should they be bland and full of preservatives? Why shouldn’t they be coated in a thick, rich sauce full of spice and smoke? I think they should.
I’ll start this post by saying that hopefully the days of horrible, blurry photos like the one above are gone. My camera facilities have improved, although my photography skills have not so you’ll still have to make do with those.