There's several ways. You could convert Bin/cue to a different format, such as ISO, clonecd, etc. and then burn the files. Or you could just burn them as is, using a program like ImgBurn. You shouldn't have to even spend a dime to get it running, since most programs available are free.
Probably the best way though (although I'm not 100% sure what you're doing) is to mount the image using software like Daemon Tools Lite, then just run the file like it was a burned cd-r/rw, without having to try and find old disks, or re-burn it because the cd cost of 10 cents per disk you get what you pay for.