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"Fabulous, really good and easy!I cut back on the honey and skipped the white sugar. I followed other's notes and slow cooked at 325 for the first hour, and then up to 375 for 1/2 hour or so. I'll finish them on the BBQ in the summer."
"This recipe is outstanding, really easy to do, and great with or without the optional ingredients.I hadn't thought of it as a side dish with lamb, I will definitely give that a try too!"
"I have made this a number of times, I always use fresh green beans and usually use garlic instead of the shallots (because I always have it on hand). Great for a dinner party, I blanch the beans the day before and finish them in the pan."
"Great recipe! I made this for a dinner party and again for Christmas--the colours are perfect!Easy to make, you just need to undercook the tomatoes, and I cut back on the sugar (1/2 teaspoon is plenty in my opinion). I used fresh garlic--two small cloves, but you could also use pesto in place of the garlic, basil and salt."
"I hadn't roasted squash before, and I loved this! I used a buttercup squash, and reduced all proportions accordingly. Like others, I substituted olive oil for the butter, quicker and healthier.Thanks for posting!"
"We really didn't like this one. I made enough for a couple of meals and just threw it all out. It just didn't come together as a dish, it was more a bunch of ingredients that didn't fit together. In particular, the tarragon didn't fit, but I wouldn't bother to make this again to try something else."
"This was really good, we loved it! Had company for dinner, it was really easy to just put this in the oven with a separate pan to roast vegetables."
"This is a fantastic recipe, it turned out exactly the way I wanted it to. I had no problem getting it out of the ramekins. Next time I want to try adding some Grand Marnier."