We combine beans and pick corn.
And Red, don't you go making fun of us up here in North IA and MN--the term is "hot dish"----its basically any kind of meat, noodles, cream of mushroom soup or something like it baked in casserole (sp?)dish until it forms a brown crust on top. Onion rings or other garnish on top is optional.
I think I've said this before but a friend of mine from Maryland once told me he "had to get up with someone" and I couldn't figure out what the heck he meant. That phrase is used in that part of the country to indicate that you need to call someone on the telephone. I thought maybe they were sleeping together.
Our relatives in Saskatchewan refer to what we call a napkin as a "serviet", what we call a diaper they call a napkin, and what we call a sofa or davenport they call a "chesterfield"