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Oh, those sound so good! Yum.

I've been reading for awhile and wanted to say hi. I suspect that I live just a tiny bit south of you. I drove by Grandpa's pumpkin patch the other day... :)


omg. that sounds so good. i just put the recipe on the thanksgiving list but we'll make it this weekend. elias will be so happy!

now, how can i make it separately for julian since he has dairy and nut allergies? hmmm...

Mary Tsao

Glad you liked them! The recipe is also good with broccoli. Hey, what *isn't* good with cream and butter?

izzy's mama

That dish does look mouthwatering.. I always make mine with shallots and bacon but this might be a good alternative.

Deborah Dowd

These sound really really good, but while my kids are not fans, my husband and I love brussels sprouts, so we will be taking the hint the first time!

ms. porter

I haven't been by for a while...well I think I've quickly been by but I haven't commented...
I am still eating your roasted brussel sprout recipe since you posted it so long ago (at least a year ago) and I LOVE them...in fact, everyone I make them for loves them. I love when people who claim to hate brussel sprouts ask me for your recipe once they've tried them.
So....now I'm curious about this recipe and must try them.

Josh Neumann

Must admit, it looks excellent, even though I'm not a brussel sprouts fan. I might have to give this one a try.

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