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Wow! Each year goes by faster and faster. This year, I decided to get a head start of my Thanksgiving posts. I am going to do a series of recipe roundups starting with this green bean post. I gathered not only green bean recipes from my blog, but some of my favorite bloggers’ recipes too. Please take the time to share this post on Pinterest, Facebook and Twitter.
Green Beans are a staple on most holiday tables. It seems to be the vegetable that everyone likes even picky eaters. I truly love them, especially if they are fresh. You will find some wonderful green bean recipes below for both fresh and canned green beans. Each picture in this Green Bean Recipes Round Up takes you to the recipe.
Over the next two weeks, I will be adding recipe roundup posts:
If you are a blogger and would like me to check out one of your recipes for any of these roundups, please leave a link below.
As we celebrate Thanksgiving in America, we plan a meal with family and friends around the table. The conversation around the Thanksgiving table is usually about what we are thankful for. Most of the time, we all say that we are thankful for our families, but we are often too busy to take the time to get to know our children or our spouse. Eating around the table is a great way to open up communication with each member of the family. Our example of eating around the table goes back to Jesus. He ate with the disciples often around the table. When He had something really important to say, He did it around the table.
My prayer for you is that you will take the time to eat dinner around the table with your family often. Eating around the table with teenagers and adult children gets harder to do, but so necessary.
Matthew 26:20-21 “When evening came, Jesus was reclining at the table with the Twelve. And while they were eating, he said, I tell you the truth, one of you will betray me.” Jesus taught us why we should take the Lord’s Supper (communion) while eating around the table with his disciples. Matthew 26:26 “While they were eating, Jesus took bread, gave thanks and broke it, and gave it to his disciples, saying, Take and eat; this is my body.”