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Take Control of Thanksgiving Dinner by Joe Kissell

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Prepare Stuffing

 

The great thing about stuffing is that you can vary the recipe dramatically and still end up with a perfectly delicious end result. The basic ingredients of a turkey stuffing are bread, aromatics (celery and onion), stock or broth, a few spices, and a bit of butter. Of course, lots of stuffings get fancy with sausage, oysters, chestnuts, fruit, cornbread, or any of a zillion other modifications. We’re going to stick with the standard (though I provide other suggestions in the Upgrading Stuffing sidebar, at the end of this chapter). If you have a family recipe for another type of stuffing, and your guests expect it, feel free to use it instead.

In or Out?

There are two broad schools of thought about stuffing: one says to cook it ...

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