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This was very good. The family really liked this recipe. I used cooked frozen green beans since I didn't have any fresh. I was looking for something different to make with green beans and this recipe fit the bill. Thanks Bergy!

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beckas April 19, 2004

We loved this recipe, thank you Bergy.

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Mary in OR February 09, 2004

to me this mostly tasted like a normal green bean casserole, it was still good but nothing too special. i might add more soy sauce next time for something speical. but i really love green beans so it was still tasty.

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mandarinpeel July 15, 2008

Classic! This has been a staple of every Thanksgiving since I can remember! I've now started putting crumbled bacon in it and also have been leaving out the onions. I love them, but most of the people I cook for don't and have been put off so wouldn't eat it! Now that I've omitted them everyone loves it!! Thanks for posting this timeless recipe.

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Summerwine November 25, 2007

11/29/03 This is the best green bean casserole recipe. I've used it for years. The only difference is that I use 3 cans of green beans instead of 4, and add a can of sliced waterchestnuts. We love the crunch of the waterchestnuts. Update 10/21/07. Still a family favorite. DS asked for this dish at his birthday dinner.

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PanNan October 21, 2007

Excellent green beans. I made as directed except added some mixed blend of cheese that I needed to use on top before adding the top layer of fried onions. Then cooked that for the recommended 5 minutes until the cheese was melted. Really good Bergy. Thanks

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~Nimz~ March 26, 2006
Green Bean Bake