My family loves baked beans with their burgers. Then again, they love baked beans with just about anything. They're quick and easy to make, unfortunately we always make them by eyeballing our ingredients, there's no recipe. Here's the closest I can come.
Open your canned pork 'n' beans and drain them. Dump them in a baking dish. Add some ketchup, I'd suggest starting with somewhere around 1/4 cup. Put in a small squirt of mustard. Sprinkle some garlic powder on. Dice up an onion and toss in however much looks right. Add some brown sugar, again start with 1/4 cup. Stir it all together and taste it to see if you need to make any changes. Lay some bacon strips across the top and bake at 350 for an hour, or lower the temperature and bake longer.
The best potato salad that I've ever had was my SIL's. She refuses to give out the recipe, but DH can get really close in copying it.
Start with chopped boiled potatoes. Throw in some chopped hard boiled eggs and some diced bread and butter pickles. DH swears that you can't substitute sweet relish or sweet pickles. Stir in dressing and refrigerate for at least a few hours, butter overnight.
For the dressing mix together some mayonnaise and canned evaporated milk. Add a little apple cider vinegar. Put in some of the juice off the pickles. Toss in a little sugar. I can't remember now if a squirt of mustard goes in or not. Whisk it all together and taste to be sure that flavor is right.
My mom's potato salad usually gets rave reviews from friends and family. I think that I just got tired of it, since every time that she goes somewhere that potato salad would be appropriate she's asked to make it. Her recipe is as follows.
Start with chopped boiled potatoes. Add chopped boiled egg and diced onion. Toss in some diced pickles. (Bread and butter pickles are the favorite, but sweet pickles and sweet relish have been used.) Add enough miracle whip to coat everything. Put in a squirt of mustard and sprinkle some garlic on. Mix it all together. Taste to be sure that flavor is right. Refrigerate for at least a couple hours, better overnight.