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"I'll admit I haven't made this, yet. I plan to as soon as I can get into my kitchen to play. I love Marizpankartoffeln! Thank you so much for posting this!!!!"
"When it comes to Cajun, "dere aint nobody better'n Justin; I garontee!! This takes me back to summers on "de bayou" going crabbing with friends. Absolutely perfect!!!! I used Tabasco sauce rather than the Louisiana hot sauce- personal preference. Pretty sure if the family could have found a way to lick the pot, they would have."
"Update:: This made the most amazing red flannel hash! I had a good bit left over from the first dinner. Starving and lazy the following Sunday as soon as I woke up I heard this calling my name. Can we give 5 stars times 2??"
"Delicious! Served with carrots and broccoli with horseradish sauce and scalloped potatoes. When it's this easy, there's no reason to go to an overpriced steakhouse. Thank you for posting."
"This is a must have recipe for anyone that tends to get sore throats. It does sound a bit off-putting however, I've managed to get the most finicky of friends and relatives to sweare by this after one glass. Thank you for posting!!"
"I've made these several times. I add 1/8 teaspoon of ground cloves and use apple cider rather than apple juice. It has become one of the most asked for cookies from my kitchen, even from those that typically do not like spiced cookies or baked apples."
"I used a little bit of rutabaga rather than the yam. Delicious and absolutely perfect after a day of playing in the snow. Thank you for sharing!!"
"My mother used to make these for my sister and me. She would use lemon or orange essence rather than vanilla. Yum!"