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July 08, 2010

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kimberly

i have fond memories of snapping fresh green beans during the holidays with my Great Granny. we'd plop down in front of the tv and watch whatever holiday parade was going on and snap beans together. now i'm doing that with my daughter and passing the tradition down to her. of course, that's not the only time we have green beans ;)

sherry

I love green beans as does my 10 yr old daughter and i am always looking for new recipes. Thank you for sharing this lovely recipe.

Glenna

Kimberly-- I love that! I always think of gardening with the family as a kid too. Love that you're passing it on.

Sherry--Awesome--thanks for trying it.

denise weaver

Glenna- I saw this recipe back in the summer and have used it (or a close variation depending on what is in the pantry) several times now that my green beans FINALLY produced in the cooler weather. Brian even buys fresh green beans when he sees them at Mama Jeans so I will make them for him. Thanks for sharing.

Glenna

Exactly! That's what I do too. Sometimes walnuts, sometimes almonds, sometimes no nuts, whatever I have on hand or am in the mood for--thanks so much for the feedback on the recipe!

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