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Old 12-23-2009, 11:48 AM   #11
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It's hard to be good. When I saw the title of the thread, my first thought was to go into the dark recesses of my mind, that place reserved for creating dastardly villains for my fantasy novels, and create a method of stuffing a sage, you know, a wiseman. But I'll be good.

Basic bread stuffing, seasoned with sage:
3 cups stale bread (use dried out bread, or purchace croutons)
2 cups meat broth (I prefer turkey or pork)
1 onion, coarsly chopped
2 stalks of celery, sliced
Ground Thyme
Ground Sage
1 large egg
1 lb. good bacon, cooked and crumbled

Combine the bread, onion, celery, bacon, Thyme and Sage. Add the herbs a little at a time. Mix well to distribute the flavors. Pour in the broth and toss the ingredients until the bread is moist. Let the stuffing rest for 5 or so minutes and taste. If it needs more seasoning, add it, again, a little at a time. Continue this process until it all tastes the way you want it. Add the egg and mix. Bake or stuff into the bird, or into the rolled roast.

I opened this thread due to the crazy mood I'm in. I'm absolutely certain that others have given you great recipes. I haven't even read any of them. My mind is in a semi-zomby state right now due to sleep deprevation. I can't hardly wait until 5 p.m. I think I'm going to go home then and take a nap.

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