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This Is Just The Way My Mother Always Made This Casserole
It’s a funny thing, about food. On one hand, you want to try all these delicious-looking, new recipes that will bring you flavors from different countries and cultures. On the other hand, there are some recipes you never ever want to change; the ones that your mother or grandmother used to make, the ones that seem to be so perfect as they are. Just like this one. This awesome bacon and green bean casserole is almost identical to my mother’s recipe.
There’s something about this classic Thanksgiving side dish that is so comforting. Maybe it’s the familiar flavors that make you feel like home, or maybe it’s just the fact that this is so beautifully creamy and we’re used to having it during the holidays.
Whatever it is, it makes me want to serve this year after year – even though I always search for all the new and modern alternatives first! To me this casserole is enough to make any meal a festive occasion. Which is kind of funny, since there are no fancy ingredients involved.
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Quick Tip: While this is typically a holiday side dish, it would make a nice weeknight meal served with homemade dinner rolls.