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We loved this dish. The flavors compliment each other so well. Only change that I made was to add 1 teaspoon of splenda brown sugar rather than the 4 teaspoons of regular brown sugar. a great dish that is in my favorites file. Thanks PaulaG.

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Dotty2 May 06, 2008

This is wonderful,a great combination of flavors.Also the colors are so pretty together.

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Crazy Granny November 23, 2007

Oh me, oh my, these were good! I will be making this over & over and have already added the recipe to my holiday plans. I think it would be wonderful with turkey and for guests. I loved the combination of savory and sweet elements. Everything worked together so well. The tiny hint of cinnamon was just right. Thank you for sharing this terrific recipe Paula!

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Susie D May 06, 2007

This was incredibly delicious! I made it to go with turkey meatloaf and green beans for company. I omitted the cinnnamon because at the last minute I forgot to add. I cooked my veggies a bit longer but looked delightfully rustic and homespun. My English aunt and uncle really enjoyed it. Thanks for posting one of my new favorite veggie recipes, Paula! Roxygirl

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Roxygirl in Colorado February 27, 2007

So good!! I am glad DH and DS do not like sweet potatoes or brussel sprouts; I don't have to share!! I left out the garlic, used a shallot, honey and forgot to toast the pecans but it was still an amazing dish! Will be making this again!! Made for Recipe Swap #56.

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