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  1. Isabel
    August 21, 2015 @ 6:35 pm

    I like very much all the recipes!


    December 10, 2015 @ 2:42 pm

    I love the recipes can’t wait to start cooking.


  3. Pam
    December 8, 2017 @ 5:00 pm

    Do you think these can be made the night before and put in the refrigerator and then let rise the last time and bake in the morning? This recipe sounds delicious. Needing for a family Christmas brunch. Thanks!!!


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  5. Cj
    September 7, 2020 @ 6:15 pm

    The ingredient list doesn’t mentioned margarine, but the instructions do. That’s a bit confusing.


    • CJ

      Hey. Thank you for the comment.

      Originally we had the phrase “Butter or Margarine” in many of our recipes. Being from the South, we have always known that butter tasted better, but recent studies have also shown what we have long suspected – that it is actually better for you than margarine. So during our last update, we removed most of the margarine references and just went with butter where either would work. We did it in the “ingredients” but missed it in the “directions.” Thanks for the heads up – it is fixed now.



      • Bernadette
        June 24, 2021 @ 11:01 pm

        Is the dough suppose to be extremely sticky? I tried 7 cups of flour which helped but it still was sticky, but they tasted wonderful. I am not use to working with a sticky dough. I have seen a very similar recipe on another sight that says 8 cups of flour. Would I still get the same delicious results with 8 cups?


        • Bernadette, Yes, the flour is very sticky. We are glad that they tasted good – so it sounds like you can work with sticky flour after all. 😉 But, if you like, try 8 cups. We haven’t tried that many – but it doesn’t seem like it would “break” the recipe. Let us know please what results you have. Thanks, James


  6. Horrible recipe. The “dough” was extremely wet and sticky even after adding 7 c. flour instead of 6. It was like a blob to lift up and put into a bowl to rise. Stayed sticky after two risings. When I took it out of the bowl to roll out it was a floppy mess. Couldn’t roll it out without it sticking to a well floured surface. Impossible to roll up and then cut. Will never use this recipe again.


  7. Horrible recipe. Dough was way too sticky even after adding an additional cup of flour. Could not roll out because of stickiness and not even a dough, rather a gooey, wet, sticky mess. Wasted the ingredients and had to throw it out. Save yourself $ and trouble and avoid.


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