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Tammy Asks:

November 10, 2010
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QI am hosting Thanksgiving dinner and I really need a good recipe for old-fashioned turkey dressing.

- Tammy


A traditional Thanksgiving dinner would simply not be complete without dressing! Turkey dressing, also called stuffing, can be made with different breads, spices and fruits, but all should complement the subtle flavor of roasted turkey.

Our Bread Sage Stuffing is simply the classic recipe for a buttery breaded dressing, chock-full of onions, celery and spices. Spiced Fruit & Bread Stuffing is a bit more lively, with mixed dried fruit that adds a touch of elegance plus a sweetness that pairs well with poultry. Another twist on the traditional, Cornbread Stuffing is rich with bacon and makes a colorful addition to your holiday table. No matter which recipe you choose, you're sure to find something delicious for your guests and give your meal good old-fashioned flavor.

Happy Thanksgiving!

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The old fashion Bread dressing that I remember as a child, was so good..My Mom would take a loaf of white bread,and 1[2 loaf of wheat, bread leave in a pan over night, place in the oven on low for about 15 mins...when cool she would break it up place 1 egg in it, she would take celery and onion, and melt in butter,till soften, cool and place into the bread, with sage,salt and pepper..add ed milk to soften it was excellent, and sometimes she would use some sauage, crumbled into the bread...and place in the turkey or chicken, and the smell was all over the's a smell that was never forgotten..those were the holidays of yesterdays..Happy Thanksgiving to all...

Posted November 17, 2011 by Marie P.