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Old 03-29-2008, 11:11 AM   #11
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At our little restaurant we ran for years, when we had green beans as a side dish they were held in an electric skillet along with a little bacon for flavor. As the day wore on, they would slowly fry, wrinkle up and darken. That is when they were the best!! They kind of candied in the bacon fat.

You can pan fry green beans, just fry them slowly for a long time.. VERY tasty.
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