If you were hoping for a peaceful family gathering over the holiday maybe you shouldn't serve green bean casserole. People either love it or hate it. The creamy regular on holiday menus can polarize relatives as much as a discussion about politics. Just in case you want to make it, here's an easy recipe.
Jill Toyoshiba, Monty DavisThe Kansas City Star
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