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Old 11-16-2006, 04:36 PM   #11
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These recipes sound wonderful! Please keep them coming...anyone have one with sausage?
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Old 11-16-2006, 04:52 PM   #12
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seaoned bread crumbs with cooked sausage, onions, celerey, parsley and thyme, (or sage) some left over wild rice if available and chopped pecans...chicken broth...loosely stuff in the bird. (Ingredients are cooked and cooled before going in the bird)
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Old 11-16-2006, 05:01 PM   #13
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These recipes sound wonderful! Please keep them coming...anyone have one with sausage?

do any of the above with cooked crumbled sausage.
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Old 11-16-2006, 05:06 PM   #14
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Not that I'm advocating this ...

Slider Stuffing

I've never made it .....
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Old 11-16-2006, 05:14 PM   #15
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Where is Otter when you need him, jenny? He would probably love this.
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Old 11-16-2006, 05:16 PM   #16
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Third time lucky - i've posted this twice already, but keep getting an error message!

My Mum used to make a wonderful sausagemeat with apple stuffing - although that is probably a misnomer, cos she didn't like to stuff the bird whilst it cooked, the 'stuffing' was cooked on the side. She used to chop a couple of apples into small, fine chunks - using a 'nutty' type of apple like Worcester Pearmain or Cox's Orange Pippin and mix it with some pork sausage meat, some fried onions and some sage and thyme.
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Old 11-16-2006, 05:47 PM   #17
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I just love a plain bread stuffing,but never got the type I wanted til last year. Someone, and I don't remember who, said that they made their own bread ahead of time and used that for the stuffing. They gave a recipe, I copied it and made two loaves, froze it then tore it into pieces, dried it a few minutes in the oven and then tossed it into a big bowl and added, sauteed mushroom, onion, several cloves of garlic crushed, celery and then season everything with bells seasonings and warm chicken stock. I'd always followed what my mother and grandmothers did, til last year and that was to stuff the bird. I never cared for the big mass of glue like bread that came out of the bird. Having to wrestle a big HOT bird to get it to turn loose the stuffing and having had to catch same bird as it hurled off the cutting board while hot as a pistol with my bare hands, was not fun..So last year I put the stuffing into a seperate small roaster and cooked it that way.. Surprise, I got the stuffing of my dreams, When you looked at it, you could see slices of mushrooms,celery and onion,pieces of bread ,when flaked with a fork it did NOT stick altogether in a clump It was still moist, but identifiable and delicious. Even my brother-in-law who felt stuffing was a waste of bread tried it and ended up taking some home for the next day..So, I will do it again this year. I already have a loaf of 10 grain bread and one of white ready. Now I need to do is either a wheat or a sourdough and were set.
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Old 11-19-2006, 11:45 AM   #18
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bells seasoning

kadesma, where do you find Bells Seasoning? Regular grocery store? I haven't ever seen it. Also do you bake stuffing regular time and baste w/pan drippings? T hanks
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Old 11-19-2006, 12:06 PM   #19
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kadesma, where do you find Bells Seasoning? Regular grocery store? I haven't ever seen it. Also do you bake stuffing regular time and baste w/pan drippings? T hanks
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I found it in my in my regular grocery store, it's with the other seasoning and comes in a box with a turkey on the front. It's not a large box and at first i didn't even see it. But it was right there with salt and salt substitutes and all the other herbs. I make my stuffing and put it in a seperate pan, cover with foil, but I poke several holes in the top to keep it from steaming, I don't add pan drippings as it has chciken stock mixed in there and I like it a little crumbly, so you can tell it's bread and veggies and not all stuck together..Of course at the table we all put some of the turkey gravy over it
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Old 11-19-2006, 12:15 PM   #20
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Thanks for such quick response! I do appreciate it when someone helps so quickly. I have to do shopping today cause person who planned meal is not going to be able. Have to make allowances for emergencies. I will surely look for box w/turkey. And remember the name Bell. Also thanks on your technique of putting foil and poking holes. I am hoping perfection this year. I guess we all strive for that.

Thanks once more and I am sure you will have compliments for 'job well done'.
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