Green beans with black olives

These are very good, served with steak, especially Barbara’s steak with Yorkshire Blue and whisky, or with Pretty Damn Quick Persian Salmon.

Alternatively, you can serve it as a warm salad as part of a lunch spread – along with aubergines and baby plum tomatoes with yoghurt-tahini sauce, and some crusty toast for example.

Any leftovers, throw into a salad!

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