November is flying by and Thanksgiving is just around the corner here in the USA. My families Thanksgiving is going to be small and simple this year to make things easier (and so we don't end up with too many leftovers) but one dish we always insist on (besides turkey and dressing) is Green bean and Artichoke casserole. Until we happened upon it, we really didn't care about Green bean casserole for Thanksgiving or Christmas, but now, it's just not Thanksgiving (or Christmas) without it. I've made it a few different ways (I'm one of those cooks who often just eyeballs measurements and will try varying a recipe from time to time depending on mood and what I have on hand or fou) butthis one (at Louanne's kitchen) is closest to the recipe I was given years ago. For the holiday meal, I'll use fresh or frozen green beans but have used canned in a pinch when my family asked for it on a weeknight and canned was all I had on hand. I've also varied it by using the pre-shredded Italian cheese blend, crushed stuffing-type bread crumbs, etc. And here are a few variations of the recipe that I came across: Cooks.com, Cervasi, AllRecipes, Nola, and Martha Stewart. Happy cooking!
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