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Green Beans seasoned with Two Hicks Livin in CIN

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I have a co-worker that I task share with, we co-manage the housekeeping team where we work, in addition to our regular full time jobs. While this might sound like "Oh poor me..." or even bragging, rest assured that it is not. Two people can easily (OK, on most days) share a task and give each other support and still have time to complete the rest of the day and all that must be done.

Green Beans seasoned with Two Hicks Livin in Cinn
Green Beans seasoned with Two Hicks Livin in Cinn.

Ironically we each have a second job after hours also. She and her her husband have a seasoning company specializing in Southern seasonings and rubs. I on the other hand, can, make jam, bake bread and blog......As it turns out, this partnership works out very well, both during business hours and for those at home hours as well.

She gave us a small package of a delicious herb blend called Two Hicks Livin in CIN, and it is delicious. The easiest way to enjoy a new seasoning is on a food that you eat on a regular rotation. And this blend shines! Of course you may use more, we went light this first time out, but will use more in the future. And I have more great ideas and recipe development in mind for this blend...

Two Hicks Livin in CIN Green Beans
serves 4-6

1 pound of cooked green beans, drained well
1 T butter
1 T brown sugar (don't leave out, the brown sugar brings out the cinnamon)
1-2 T Two Hicks Livin in CIN Blend


Toss everything together in the pan used to cook the green beans, cover with a lid and let rest 1 minute.

Serve and prepare for compliments!

Enjoy!

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6 comments

  1. sound like you two would get along great, love the name of the blend lol,!!!!

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  2. I too love the name of the blend. We like to experiment with seasoning blends and this one sounds like it was winner.

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  3. You have inspired me into making my own seasoning blend! Cheers from Carole's Chatter!

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  4. What a way to spice up boring vegetables! The name is hilarious.

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  5. That is a delicious looking plate of food and now I am in the mood for green beans. Cheers, Rocquie

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  6. Thanks everyone, Two Hicks livin in CIN is a fun play on words. This blend is hickory and cinnamon, a very delicious combination.

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