I just don't get it. Ok, so my parents were Hungarian so this particular dish never appeared on our table - thanksgiving or otherwise. And then I moved to Canada, where green bean casserole is NOT a thing for Thanksgiving. So I absolutely don't understand the history and custom that has led to this casserole being an inescapable ritual for American Thanksgiving. How did it happen? Is it a Campbell's conspiracy?
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