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oh, my! sooo good! I used an old pan in this, and while it's heating, I spooned some of it with an orange & lemon slice for my oil burner. It smells like those of expensive vials of oil perfumes. Now I don't have to spend that much! It covered the scent of burnt smoke from the oven after I baked. Thank you very much! Perfect! *all praises*
I made this last year for Christmas gifts. Everyone liked it and I've had requests for the same thing this year.
I had a Christmas party tonight and put this on the stove about an hour before my guests arrived. My entire downstairs smells wonderful! Thanks so much, Katha!
I made this exactly like it was written and it's just lovely. I tried it to get rid of the smell of frying french fries and it was perfect. It was so festive. Thanks.
I had everything but the bay leaves. It smelled so good in my family room. I put it in my small crockpot. I have added additional water and it is still burning the day after Thanksgiving. Thank you Katha!
I halved this recipe to use in my mini-crockpot and had it going all day. It took 2 minutes to put together and the house smelled fantastic. Thanks, Katha. I'll be using this again.
I have this recipe in a cookbook from the wives at Aviano Airbase, Italy. This will keep your house smelling heavenly for days. I have a little crockette that I put mine in so I don't have to run my gas stove.