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  1. Hey Everyone! I wanted to share this delicious stuffing recipe that I found online a few years back, and have been making ever since! This is not my own recipe, I just wanted to make that clear. I am not that creative or good in the kitchen lol but I just wanted to share the love of this recipe. If I can make it, anyone can do it! This year, I am going to make it again, but gluten-free, so we'll see how that works out. I have some of my own pictures from making it last year in my tiny apartment kitchen, and down below are the links to the original creator's blog. The pumpkin cornbread, which is delicious by itself! I cut into cubes for drying. Sauteeing the onions and celery and cooking up the hot Italian sausage! Sage, the ultimate Thanksgiving herb! Here it is all mixed up before going in the oven, and then after once taking it out. Stuffing isn't much to look at, but it is absolutely my favorite Thanksgiving dish! The link to the blog is here: http://theviewfromgreatisland.com/pumpkin-cornbread-stuffing-with-country-sausage-and-sage/ and the cornbread recipe: http://theviewfromgreatisland.com/pumpkin-cornbread/ What is your can't-live-without Thanksgiving recipe?
  2. I know there are almost as many stuffing recipes as there are families celebrating the holiday - so what are yours? Confession - I LOVE stuffing. And while I will always stick with my tradition for holidays I am on the prowl for other stuffing recipes from FJites to add to my weekend dinner repertoire. I make two for the holidays - one we just call regular stuffing to differentiate from our holy grail of German Dressing. In our family those words are uttered with reverence. Here's the thing - we've eaten this every holiday in memory for all living family members. It was my grandmother's recipe from her childhood in Germany - hence the oh so clever name of "German" dressing. I have never seen this as a stuffing recipe anywhere else. Not online, not in cookbooks, and newcomers to our family are always baffled and think it's weird until thy try it and learn to like it - but never as much as we do. So if anyone has ever heard of something similar it will make me so happy because I am beginning to get the feeling my Gramma just threw a bunch of stuff together and called it a family recipe. German Dressing A couple containers of chicken livers pureed until almost liquid, then sauteed in butter until cooked through 10-12 eggs beaten Dump cooled, cooked livers into eggs and stir. Liberally sprinkle nutmeg, salt, and pepper over the top (heavier on the nutmeg) Add enough plain breadcrumbs until you have the consistency where you can form it with your hands. Shove it inside the turkey and the rest in a loaf pan. the loaf pan is extra and gets splashed with chicken broth before baking. Also fabulous as dumplings when rolled into balls and boiled in chicken broth. Regular dressing Loaf of white bread cut into cubes about 3/4 inch (works best if slightly stale - can let bread sit out all night Diced celery Diced white onion couple of tubes of mild breakfast sausage cooked and broken up salt, pepper, lots of poultry seasoning
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