Last week on the Weekend Cook and Tell we asked all of you to share your preferred Thanksgiving stuffing and dressing recipes and techniques for a challenge we called Stuffing Stories. Here's a look at some of some of our favorite ways to stuff the bird.
Gator Pam's secret to stuffing that is crisp on the bottom but moist within is cooking it in the slow cooker. Her recipe starts with Pepperidge Farms Herb Seasoned Cubed Stuffing Mix doctored up with everything from fresh oysters to mushrooms, and even water chestnuts.
Pleasing both the stuffed turkey lovers and the stuffing-on-the-siders, duncan1205 mixes up a batch of stuffing big enough to be divided and cooked both ways.
Malia76 uses beer bread as the base for her stuffing and bakes it up in individual muffin tins for both portion control and plenty of crispy edges.
Even though lemonfair isn't the biggest fan of turkey giblets they make their way into the stuffing each year out of respect for tradition, along with cubed bread dried, Bell's Seasoning, dried sage, and lots of onions and celery.