Oh, and if you want the recipe for green beans, here it is. I make it from memory, so measurements are a guess. It's very basic, you can't really screw it up.
2+ cans of green beans, rinsed and drained.
1-3 Tbs of dehydrated onions
2-4 Tbs of oil
1-2 Tbs of red wine vinegar
1-3 Tsp minced garlic (I use the jarred kind and totally guess on amount)
Mix that all together in a casserole dish. 2 cans makes a nice side, but if you have a large family, increase as necessary. The oil /vinegar combo is 2:1, and it's just to make everything wet, plus a little to pool in the bottom of the dish. Sprinkle liberally with onions and garlic to taste.
1 C Italian seasoned breadcrumbs
1/2 C grated Parmesean
4 Tbs butter, melted
Mix this all together until it has a nice crumbly texture. Add more dry ingredients if it's too wet, more melted butter if it's too dry. Some years I have someone who doesn't like a strong cheese taste, so I increase the breadcrumbs. Other years I want it a little cheesier, so I increase the Parm. Whatever works.
Spread topping over beans, bake at whatever the oven is set for already until topping is a little crunchy and beans are warmed through.