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A Stovetop Green Bean Casserole With 4 Ingredients (None of Them Canned)

A Big Little Recipe has the smallest-possible ingredient list and big, BIG everything else: flavor, ideas, holy-cow factor. Psst: We don't count water, salt, pepper, and certain fats (say, olive oil to dress greens or sauté onions), since we're guessing you have those covered. Today, we’re stovetop-ifying Thanksgiving’s favorite casserole.

Dorcas Reilly, who just passed away last month, invented the green bean casserole 63 Thanksgivings ago. It was called The Green Bean Bake back then, but the signature ingredients were the same as today: canned green beans, canned mushroom soup, milk, soy sauce, black pepper, and French’s fried onions.


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How to Keep Any Wooden Cutting Board in Tip-Top Shape

We love to call our double-sided wooden cutting board a workhorse. It was co-designed by over 10,000 people and sold out a casual three months earlier than expected (psst: it's back in stock on 11/9!).

One side is ready for everything from carving a turkey to slicing up an extra-juicy grapefruit. The other side is totally flat (so you can chop a million onions), save for a phone slot (for reading that recipe that asks you to chop a million onions). Because if we're in the kitchen, odds are we're using our cutting board for one thing or eight.


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