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    Anyone have any good stuffing recipes they would like to share? Thanks!

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    I usually get on package of pepperidge farm and one package of cornbread stuffing, add a little chopped green onion and a little sage (get a new container if yours is old - it really does make a difference) and follow the directions on the package. I have a friend who adds dried cranberries to hers - it is good too!

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    At my house, we cut up our bread, put in sausage(raw) cut up, onions, celery and bells seasoning. I moisten it with water stock from cooking the neck. Then you mix it thoroughly. My family likes it fried. A bit of pam in a pan and a thin layer smooshed down and cooked then flipped, gives that crusty good taste all over. The rest I cook for Thanksgiving dinner. We have been known to make about 6 gallons and freeze it. Lasts until Easter.

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    I saute some chopped onion and celery in butter until soft, then pour them in a pan with a package of unseasoned bread cubes, (those seem to be getting harder and harder to find each year around here) some Bell's seasoning or sage and thyme and mix it together with more melted butter and chicken broth until its the consistency I like, then bake it til hot.

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    My family has been making the same stuffing for years and I don't like anything else. Nothing could be easier than this stuffing.

    Use bakery bread, like vienna or italian (sliced)
    For one loaf of bread, soak bread in water and put in collander. Squeeze out water until semi-dry.
    Cut up about 5 stalks of celery (use the inside stalks in addition and cut up the leaves).
    Chop one large onion.
    Butter a small oven pan.
    Transfer all ingredients and mix, along with salt and pepper to taste.
    You can top it with pats of butter or just put the turkey neck on top.
    Bake at 350 for about an hour (or until celery is cooked through)

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    starsapphire- thats exactly how we make ours and your right, finding those bread crumbs are nearly impossible! our family wont eat anything else either.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lwlynch View Post
    At my house, we cut up our bread, put in sausage(raw) cut up, onions, celery and bells seasoning. I moisten it with water stock from cooking the neck. Then you mix it thoroughly. My family likes it fried. A bit of pam in a pan and a thin layer smooshed down and cooked then flipped, gives that crusty good taste all over. The rest I cook for Thanksgiving dinner. We have been known to make about 6 gallons and freeze it. Lasts until Easter.
    I alos add small diced apple, raisins or cranberries and some chopped nuts. But omg! I never have heard of it fried. I think i'll try that this year because that sounds absolutely delicious.

    Thanks for sharing that idea.

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    My daughter loves it when we make up stuffing very similar to some of the recipes mentioned except without the meat. We put the stuffing in muffin cups and bake them in the oven. We got this idea from Rachael Ray.

    http://www.foodnetwork.com/food/reci..._29101,00.html

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    Thanks! These all sound delicious.Frugalwanttobe, I really like that idea for the muffin stuffing.

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