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With "T" day coming
Date: 2019/10/10 13:24 By: Bordello Status: Moderator  
 
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With "T" day coming soon how many of you egg your turkey or maybe Mad Max one??? My Mom always made her own stuffing till till the last few years of her life. The closest thing for me is stove top. Love it or hate it it is the closet thing to her stuffing I have found. So what are you liking being as "T" is almost upon us???

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Re:With "T" coming
Date: 2019/10/10 14:43 By: AZ Traveler Status: Moderator  
 
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I always liked the cornbread stuffing. Old time. You can do a lot with the Stove Top stuffing. You can make a pretty good meat loaf with it.
Hope you are doing well.
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Re:With "T" coming
Date: 2019/10/10 15:03 By: fishlessman Status: Moderator  
 
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two birds cooked here, one on the egg, the other stuffed. dont like stuffing not cooked in the bird so as unsafe as they say it is, it goes in the bird anyways. dried bread cubes, sauteed onions and celery, jimmy dean sausage cooked, and chicken broth, and bell's seasoning
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Re:With "T" coming
Date: 2019/10/10 15:55 By: Bordello Status: Moderator  
 
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Hi Fishlessman, I so agree with you. My mom never cooked the stuffing outside the bird. Now I was young so might have missed something but we always had to get the stuffing out of the bird, how I wish Mom was alive today.

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Re:With "T" coming
Date: 2019/10/10 15:58 By: Bordello Status: Moderator  
 
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Mr. AZ Travler, you are correct, use the stove top as a base and add from there, so glad you understand.

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Re:With "T" coming
Date: 2019/10/10 17:55 By: Florida Grillin Girl Status: Moderator  
 
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My mom always made it homemade, and stuffed it inside the bird. Now I make it her way:

Saute alot of chopped onions and celery in butter.
Add S&P.
Toast abunch of your favorite bread. (on a cookie sheet in the oven works best)
Mix all together with an egg or two and some chicken or turkey stock til it sticks together into a ball when you squeeze it.
Season with fresh or dried sage or whatever you like.
Stuff it in the bird.

We never got sick from stuffing it inside the bird.

Now I make it in a separate dish because we have been spatchcocking the turkey on the egg for the last several years. The turkey comes out great, the stuffing will never be the same. Oh well.

FYI, Pepperidge Farm stuffing in the bag comes out pretty good, too.
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Re:With "T" coming
Date: 2019/10/10 19:05 By: Carolina Q Status: Moderator  
 
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I've always understood that if you cook the stuffing outside the bird, and with a healthy dose of turkey stock, it will be safe and will taste like it's supposed to taste. Dunno, never tried it. An extra step, gotta buy extra turkey parts for the stock and then you have to make the stock. Seems like it should work though. I have a clone recipe for stovetop stuffing. Haven't made it in a long while. Don't really remember whether or not I liked it, but I think so. Low sodium.

I tried Max Rosen's turkey once, at Mom's house, in her oven. It was great, even without an egg! For the last 10-12 years, that's where I've been for Thanksgiving and Christmas. But someone else has done the cooking. Mom's gone now, Dec 1 last year (at 102+ years old!), so I'm not even sure where I'll be for the holidays this year, probably NYC with my boys. Almost assuredly not near an egg though.

Might just stay home and order out for pizza.
Michael
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Re:With "T" coming
Date: 2019/10/11 10:50 By: Bordello Status: Moderator  
 
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C Q, thank you for your input. I never had for the most part stuffing made outside the bird. Mom always made stuffed turkey dressing and I never got sick but hell, LOL I am one old little tough bird.

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Re:With "T" coming
Date: 2019/10/11 10:55 By: Bordello Status: Moderator  
 
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Miss. Faith,
Thanks Soooo much for your input. You and I grew up about the same as far as Mom's cooking goes. Wonderful.

Pls. enjoy the holidays,
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Re:With "T" coming
Date: 2019/10/11 12:15 By: Carolina Q Status: Moderator  
 
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My mom always put the stuffing in the bird too. Tasted mighty fine and nobody ever got sick.
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Re:With "T" comingC
Date: 2019/10/11 12:32 By: Bordello Status: Moderator  
 
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Thank you Michael, my Mom did the same and I am still here. LOL

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Re:With "T" coming
Date: 2019/10/11 14:12 By: fishlessman Status: Moderator  
 
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