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Old 11-15-2010, 07:40 PM   #11
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I use the exact same recipe....amazing. Except it's Mrs .40. I don't know anybody named Kathleen.

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Old 11-15-2010, 07:46 PM   #12
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I simply buy a box of Bell's seasoning and follow the recipe. Sometimes I add sausage or mushrooms.
Ahhhhh Bell's! I can finally find it here in the south, usually at specialty gourmet markets, but one regular grocery store carries it too.
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Old 11-15-2010, 08:45 PM   #13
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You scare me.. Your recipe is almost identical to what I make.
I have a mushroom phobia dunno why it's not like they ever hit me or hurt me But other then the shrooms and butter it's what I do. I simmer the neck with celery onions sage and other spices and herbs use the broth from it with a few cans of chicken stock and call it stuffin.

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Old 11-15-2010, 09:42 PM   #14
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I use a recipe I got here years ago. It is wonderful simply saute several cups of finly chopped celery, 3 cups of diced white or yellow onions, 4 loaves of cubed bread I either make or get from the bakery. 3 melted cubes butter or more we like it buttery to pour over everything several cans of chicken stock you decided how much sauted fresh mushrooms I use assorted mushroom i've chopped roughly fresh parsley and poultry seasonings.marjorram is a herb we like Taste as you go when you get the taste you want put in a large casserole and bake covered with foil 20 min before removing from oven uncover and finish baking.
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I ADORE mushrooms, and so does everyone in my family. This sounds great as one to try. It's funny, seems the guys in the family are the ones that like stuffing with sausage, but most of us gals prefer it without. I have done one with apples & fennel, but it's not been a favorite so will try something new.

I do love to see what other family favorites are. Thanks to everyone sharing! It makes my tummy growl.
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Old 11-15-2010, 10:02 PM   #15
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...It's funny, seems the guys in the family are the ones that like stuffing with sausage, but most of us gals prefer it without...

That's certainly the case at our house. Which means we have stuffing without sausage.
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Seems par for the course! It's why I'm considering 2.
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Old 11-15-2010, 11:24 PM   #17
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Sometimes I like to make plain Betty Crocker style stuffing with a handful of frozen mixed vegetables with browned sausage as a one dish meal that I serve with gravy, either leftover gravy or a packaged mix that actually tastes pretty good and is quick.

In the turkey I prefer it without the sausage. I love stuffing, and if I had sausage in it, I wouldn't have room to eat anything else.
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Old 11-16-2010, 04:00 AM   #18
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I ADORE mushrooms, and so does everyone in my family. This sounds great as one to try. It's funny, seems the guys in the family are the ones that like stuffing with sausage, but most of us gals prefer it without. I have done one with apples & fennel, but it's not been a favorite so will try something new.

I do love to see what other family favorites are. Thanks to everyone sharing! It makes my tummy growl.
You might want to try this. It's so good. I buy a tray of puff pastry tarts,set in muffin tin then take 3-4 types of mushrooms, chop them a d add to skillet with some shallots, 2 bulbs of finely chopped garlic. Saute fully put in pastry top with a small piece of your favorite cheese melt and serve and enjoy.
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Old 11-16-2010, 07:16 AM   #19
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my mother's stuffing yum yum
cutup 4-5 strips of bacon and saute along with chopped onion, chopped celery, chopped sm clove garlic under tender not brown. add to season bread cubes and add enough chix or turkey broth till moist. stuff bird or bake in casserole dish. if bakin separte add few dabs of butter on top.

she does her own sesaon own bread cubes - i shortcut and buy pepridge farms.
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We like corn bread stuffing/dressing. I don't use a recipe but dice onions, green pepper. and celery - saute in butter till translucent. I break up the corn bread that has been allowed to dry out a bit - add the veggies and start adding poultry seasoning, fresh parsley, chicken broth until I get the right texture and the right taste. Then I add the eggs and mix well before baking. With our large family gathering, we go thru a lot of dressing on Thanksgiving. Other times I may use a mix for part of the mixture.
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