Stuffing, anyone?

So I have a fantastic Thanksgiving assignment, and I KNOW you all can help me out. I need to make a fun, interesting stuffing and I don’t think I’ve ever used a recipe, but instead just added things willy-nilly. You know, a little sage here, a little dried cranberry there— and pretty soon you’re talking about something more than plain old bread stuffing. And I take stuffing very seriously, I might even call it the best part of the meal.

So hit me—I might not even have to head to epicurious.com if you all come through for me. Post in the comments or link to a great stuffing recipe for me, wouldya?

Oh, and I am pretty sure I would never introduce an oyster into my precious stuffing, so no need to post those.
Thanks.

(And thanks, Roxy, for the inspiration for today’s post.)

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11 Responses to “Stuffing, anyone?”

  1. Paul Says:

    Try this one.. I posted it a few weeks ago. Its EXTREMELY GOOOOOOD.

    =Paul

    http://dadcooks.wordpress.com/2007/11/06/the-best-turkey-stuffing-ever/

  2. Christina Says:

    I follow the same stuffing-making-process as you – a little of this, a little of that. So no recipe from me. But I’ll check back here to see what your other readers deliver!

  3. sdh Says:

    hmm…i’m looking for a good one too. do NOT make martha’s “mushroom stuffing” — i made it last year and it was really boring tasting. (http://tinyurl.com/2vl88j)

  4. B. Says:

    open box, pour contents, add water, maybe add some celery. Done.

    😉

  5. mikesgotnothin Says:

    I agree with B. Just don’t add the celery. Yuck.

  6. ChiaLynn Says:

    My husband says Italian sausage makes any stuffing amazing. He’s also used jalapenos, sage (of course), and Goldfish crackers. Not all at the same time, apparently.

    My mother told me this morning she’d made a big batch of cornbread, to get a head start on the Thanksgiving stuffing. But then they ate it all, so she has to make more.

  7. arizaphale Says:

    In the UK my mum once made a stuffing with apricots and almonds. V nice but couldn’t give you the recipe off the top of my head. Heck, I’m lucky to have recipes anywhere NEAR the top of my head!!!!!

  8. elizabethews Says:

    The key to my mom’s stuffing is raisens! Yum!

  9. Shannon Says:

    Stuffing is, hands down, the best part of the meal — I thought that was a given. I’m not too picky when it comes to stuffing so long as it doesn’t have a ton of celery in it. My MIL puts a lot of celery in her stuffing but I spend the first half of my Thanksgiving meal picking it out so I can still eat it (fortunately everyone else is usually so focused on their meal that they don’t see me doing this).

  10. Tasha Says:

    I love sausage in my stuffing. I’ve only made it once, but it tasted good. I took ideas from the Williams Sonoma Thanksgiving book, but didn’t follow the recipe exactly. I can’t remember if I put apples in too, I think I did.

  11. mamasgotmoxie Says:

    i don’t eat stuffing but i know ree from pioneer woman recently posted a recipe for stuffing: http://www.thepioneerwomancooks.com/

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