3 Replies to “Maybe better than green bean casserole!”

  1. Ah, Wim, you healthy Dutchman! There’s a certain, impossible to escape, attraction to one’s bad-for-you childhood dishes. These layered casserole dishes made with prepared ingredients are classic 1940–1980s American middle- and working-class cooking. They usually include cream of something soup (from a can) and either tater tots or prepackaged fried onion rings.

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