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Originally posted by laceyfront laceyfront wrote:

I can't give an exact recipe cause Ive only made it a few times but you make some homemade cornbread, saute onions and celery, an egg, sage, bread crumbs mix and bake. I feel like im forgeting something....
 
eta: swanson's broth

this is how we do it. 

for cornbread...use cornmeal(the one in the yellow package). you can bake the night before if it helps with you prep time.
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I swear I have a recipe for everything except for stuffing. My mother and mother in law both have a secret recipe that they have yet to hand me down. My mother in laws is very classic and my moms involves ground meat and corn.
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Originally posted by goodm3 goodm3 wrote:

Originally posted by laceyfront laceyfront wrote:

I can't give an exact recipe cause Ive only made it a few times but you make some homemade cornbread, saute onions and celery, an egg, sage, bread crumbs mix and bake. I feel like im forgeting something....
 
eta: swanson's broth

this is how we do it. 

for cornbread...use cornmeal(the one in the yellow package). you can bake the night before if it helps with you prep time.
 
My mom does this too..but she adds chicken
 
 
Im more into seafood stuffing now tho...
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Originally posted by PurpleHaze PurpleHaze wrote:

LOL
3 more days!
 

My grandma has already started cooking and I've volunteered to be the taste tester.

I don't mind taking one for the team to ensure everyone's satisfaction EmbarrassedBig smile
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turkey sausage, onions, garlic, celery, sage, poultry seasoning, homemade cornbread, bread crumbs,

and some sort of moisture.... i switch it up depending on my mood (chicken broth, cream of chicken soup, cream of mushroom soup, creme of celery soup)

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Originally posted by Luv2Teach Luv2Teach wrote:

Originally posted by PurpleHaze PurpleHaze wrote:

LOL
3 more days!
 

My grandma has already started cooking and I've volunteered to be the taste tester.

I don't mind taking one for the team to ensure everyone's satisfaction EmbarrassedBig smile


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Originally posted by nycdiva357 nycdiva357 wrote:

turkey sausage, onions, garlic, celery, sage, poultry seasoning, homemade cornbread, bread crumbs,

and some sort of moisture.... i switch it up depending on my mood (chicken broth, cream of chicken soup, cream of mushroom soup, creme of celery soup)



how do you dry out your bread? Hope it's not too late for me to start? how long does it take?
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ooopsy when i said crumbs.. i meant crumbles.. or croutons rather.. and im lazy... so i usually just buy some garlic croutons..lol.

as far as cornbread drying that out-

i make it a night ahead... cook it a little longer than directions suggest (not burning it) and i leave it to dry out.
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sounds like I'm taking it too far by trying to use my own bread to make the crumbs I guess.  But croutons would mean a trip to the groc store too lol
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