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Now I can’t possibly say what type of stuffing is popular in your family-but come the holidays we all have different ideas:  sweet, savory, giblets or no, sausage or no, and then there’s the upscale type with oysters!  Some like to put an ethnic spin to theirs.  

All are crowd pleasers-unless of course-you don’t like stuffing!

Then there’s the debate on whether or not this dish is stuffing or dressing.  Stuffing is what you call this high carb food if you indeed stuff the inside of your turkey, chicken or goose with the filling and make it that way or put it in a separate casserole and bake it that way-turning it into dressing.

It used to be that most people wouldn’t dream of making it separate-until the news that putting into the bird could in fact cause some food poisoning.  Then most people decided not to chance the rest of their holiday celebrating by being incredibly sick.

On Friday-I’ll share a Tex-Mex cornbread dressing from the Two Hot Tamales.  It’s a bit unusual, which can be quite fun!

In the meantime-i’m sure we‘re all in the mood for some inspiration, so as usual, share your stuffing/dressing favorites with us!

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      Vikki Hall wrote Nov 8, 2010
    • Lol! I follow the step by step directions on the back of the peppridge farms stuffing mix.

      We are doing smoked turkey again this year and would love some simple suggestions to go with.

      I do the usual every year and would like something different. Looking forwards to Tex Mex



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      Carine Nadel wrote Nov 9, 2010
    • Vikki, the best part (aside from some different textures and flavors) is that when you make it from scratch-it’s less expensive, healthier and just as fast!



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