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  1. Cookie and Kate

    I absolutely love the combination of rosemary and sweet potato! This sounds wonderful!

    November 18, 2011

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  2. Katie
    Katie

    Looks amazing!

    November 18, 2011

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  3. Cara

    I love how you’ve made this a savory dish, with a bit of the traditional Thanksgiving sweetness from the pecans and honey. Furthermore I love that it fits my dietary needs (no wheat, dairy, or sugar.) Sounds delicious!

    November 18, 2011

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  4. Ricki

    This is just stunning! I adore sweet potatoes, so I know I’d love this (and I can easily swap agave for the honey). :) And your photos make it all the more appealing. . . just gorgeous.

    November 18, 2011

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  5. Kathy

    I think you’re amazing…because I would NEVER EVER be able to resist food that smells, looks, and most likely tastes delicious! I’d just eat it…then say, “oops” with no photos.

    November 19, 2011

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  6. Kris

    Don’t you hate it when you make something that smells really good but you can’t eat it right away because you have to photograph it for the blog! Only fellow bloggers and husbands/wives of bloggers understand this plight! This looks really yummy and I love the combination of caramelized onions and sweet potatoes. yum!

    November 19, 2011

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  7. Mai
    Mai

    Oh gosh that looks like an amazing combination! How soft do the potatoes cook up? My sister just had dental work done and can’t have solid food for two weeks so I’m trying to find some recipes that’ll work for her (and the rest of us!) Although I suppose I could just toss a portion in the food processor and it’ll taste delicious anyway.

    November 20, 2011

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  8. Lauren @ www.cravingsgoneclean.com

    That looks great! I think it qualifies as a gratin. It sounds better :)

    I think this is going on this list of recipes to make during the holidays! It’s sure to be a crowd pleaser. I love how you always use dijon and honey…they add so much!

    November 20, 2011

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  9. Erin @ Texanerin Baking

    You can definitely sneak out little bites. I do it all the time and then cover them up. :) How long does it take you to get so many perfect photos? I spent hours today just getting two okay ones. Sweet potatoes aren’t my thing but this looks lovely!

    November 20, 2011

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  10. Nora @ Natural Noshing

    THIS IS GORGEOUS! I love love love sweet potatoes and you can’t ever go wrong with the addition of pecans, honey, warm spices and dijon!!! This dish would be a perfect addition to our Christmas meal! :) Thanks for sharing Sonia, just beautiful!

    November 20, 2011

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  11. Kinga
    Kinga

    Great recipe, thanks for this perfect answer to my question staring at my fridge’s content the other evening. Unfortunately it didn’t turn out as on your photos, so I will give it another try soon and will make sure to properly measure the honey, which I did not do and so I ended up with overly sweet potatoes, but I could still tell that if done properly the dish will be amazing, so that is for next week! Thank you!

    November 22, 2011

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  12. Emily
    Emily

    How would this turn out if I made it a day ahead? We’re fighting for oven space for Thanksgiving and I’m weighing which recipes can be done in advance.

    November 23, 2011

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  13. Michelle@PeachyPalate

    Quick question..planning on giving this a go this weekend…do the slices of sweet potato need to be any particular size or where your a mixture of shapes and sizes??? Want to make sure I get it right, had two failed butternut squash casserole attempts the weekend just gone! :(

    December 7, 2011

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  14. Yui

    I bet you have such a great skill to put art into your food. Just look how beautiful you create this dish. This looks so mouth-watering. I must have it in my birthday. Well, it’s tomorrow :)

    May 2, 2012

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  15. Rhonda
    Rhonda

    This looks so good. Does anyone have the nutritional values for this dish?

    November 3, 2013

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