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I'm a Great Northwesterner that is now loving life in the Midwest. I am a world class napper. I'm very bossy. I clearly love a good glass of Scotch. I wear aprons every chance I get.

Monday, November 12, 2007

Thanksgiving Enemy Number ONE...

If you know me, you know that I have strong opinions on everything. There are very few things in this world that I do not have a strong feeling about - either in the loving it or loathing it. And I know that it may look like I've skipped over Thanksgiving and headed straight to Christmas. But don't be fooled. I love Thanksgiving. Such a great holiday - and I will showcase it's greatness in the coming weeks. But. There is one thing that will RUIN (beyond repair) any Thanksgiving feast: Green Bean Casserole.
This dish has NO redeeming qualities. None. It tastes awful...it smells worse. And I assure you that if you were to arrive at my home with this abhorrence as your contribution to any meal, let alone Thanksgiving dinner?! Well, I would turn you around and point you in the direction of the nearest Denny's. And then I would give thanks for the right to refuse service to anyone. Boo to you, Green Bean Casserole.

You know - assassins and killers have three names...and this dish has three words...a coincidence? I think not.


MKB said...

ah this made me laugh my BUTT off! it is so true too!

Art said...

Forgive my ignorance, and my genuine love of green bean casserole with those crispy onions sprinkled all about, cream of mushroom soup, and maybe some bacon bits... but I digress - so what three names do assassins and killers have? And please don't misunderstand, as I will NEVER bring green beans of any kind to ANY meal where you might actually be dining. I have way too much respect for you and your right to choose a culinary experience void of green bean casseroles. But it is so very tasty!

Miss Five said...

Art -
I appreciate your situation. And I would never say that YOU shouldn't eat a casserole of your choice. More for you, I guess?!

You know killers and assassins like:
John Wilkes Booth and Lee Harvey Oswald and John Wayne Gacy and Oh Jay Simpson. You know.

Malia said...

I was just thinking during an unusually timed Christmas commercial how delicious this dish looked and longed for the 22nd when I get to eat it with reckless abandon....Maybe we're not dopplegangers after all....

Karen said...

You and I have gone toe to toe on this one before.
and I am so sorry you never developed a taste for it this fine American tradition.

Nonetheless, have a wonderful holiday.

Auntie Karen