- 1 can creamy mushroom soup
- 1 teaspoon soy sauce
- Dash ground black pepper
- 2 tablespoons plain bread crumbs
- 3 cans (14.5 oz each) cut green beans, drained
- 1 can (2.8 oz) French-fried onions
Heat oven to 350°F. In un-greased 1 1/2-quart casserole, mix soup, soy sauce, pepper, bread crumbs, green beans and 2/3 cup of the onions.
Bake about 30 minutes or until hot and bubbly. Stir; sprinkle with remaining onions.
Bake about 10 minutes longer or until onions are golden brown.
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If carbs are wrong, I don’t want to be right! :) Sounds great, I’ll have to try it.
Quote tweet this with your middling controversial food opinion. Not too controversial, not least controversial, just right.
Want to read: The Design of Everyday Things by (ISBN 9780465050659)
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Ooh, nice. I was just wondering if it had a microformats version. Looking much better in Monocle now!
Oof, I'm sorry. Hugs.
Look at this poster! Can't wait.
San: Generally I do. I love the flexibility it has offered. I do have to be intentional about getting out and being social, though.
How are you this bad at understanding Twitter jokes?
or a steak-off
@ everyone liking this: how dare you
I am excited to announce I am not running for president in 2020.
My latest thought was to set up an email-based one-time password system so people could log in, RSVP, and select whether they want their RSVP to appear publicly or not.
I will probably experiment with this on my own site, but I could also see it as a Bridgy-like service that generates an RSVP post with mf2 and sends a webmention on your behalf.
Laurie: I'm not sure I understand your comment about they/them. Those are non-binary/gender-neutral pronouns and aren't used across the board by trans people. E.g. trans women who want to be identified as she/her use she/her.
That's interesting about it being triggering. Certainly if someone isn't comfortable with sharing their pronouns, they don't have to. I suspect that's a really small minority, though. The overwhelming response I've heard from trans people online and in person is that it's a good thing.
It is a small thing for cis people to do, which I think is all the more reason for us to do it. It shouldn't be a thing that only trans/non-binary people do.
Understandable. Next year we should have the meetups at least monthly, perhaps every two weeks, depending on interest and availability.
*whispers* Maybe don’t have popovers on your site at all.
Maybe don’t have an email subscription popover when I click the unsubscribe link in your email, B&H?