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  • Sara Silvers

    Bacon-Wrapped Green Bean Bundles: 1 hour at 375, cover beans with soy sauce, brown sugar and butter.

  • Annamarie Koelpin

    Super Side Dish for your G Green Beans: 1 hour at 375, cover beans with soy sauce, brown sugar and | http://specialsavoryrecipes283.blogspot.com

  • Kris Becknell

    Bacon-Wrapped Green Beans: 1 hour at 375, cover beans with soy sauce, brown sugar and butter...Made this for Easter dinner - good reviews from guests.

  • Myranda

    Bacon Wrapped Green Beans: 1 hour at 375, cover beans with soy sauce, brown sugar and butter.

  • Tina Shaffer

    Mo' Betta: Bacon Wrapped Green Beans! green beans, bacon, brown sugar? what? mmmmmm!!!!

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