Sooo Good! From BH&G magazine, Nov. 2005. Same flavors in a new way. Instead of french fried onions, use a fresh onion cut into wedges; in place of mushroom soup, use fresh baby portobello, cremini or button mushrooms. This can be made ahead! I just made it and it looks great (I used a red onion). I'll reheat it on Thanksgiving. * I used about 3 lbs. beans and doubled the olive oil, balsamic, and soy but kept the cheese the same and only used 3 tbsp. milk. If you use Splenda Brown sugar, use half the amount, so use 1 1/2 tbsp. which is how I made it. This went over very well at my Thanksgiving! * I found it is easy to do the beans first then put them in a bowl with mushrooms and toss them in there with the soy, balsamic and olive oil and then use the pan to cook the onions- I also made thin wedges and they separated in the pan which was fine and added more color on top. I didn't put it in the oven for the last 5-8 minutes to heat through since I made this ahead. I simple made it up to adding the cheese and onions on top and then on Thurs. I will heat the whole dish through.