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Thanksgiving Recipe: An Elevated Version of Classic Sage and Chestnut Stuffing

Thanksgiving Recipe: An Elevated Version of Classic Sage and Chestnut Stuffing

| November 23, 2013 | 0 Comments

Kim Laidlaw shares her elevated version of classic stuffing baked alongside the bird with the addition of creamy chestnuts, fresh sage, a leek and some sherry.

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Thanksgiving Stuffing Balls

Thanksgiving Stuffing Balls

| November 15, 2012 | 0 Comments

This recipe for Sausage, Sage, Pecan, Cornbread Stuffing Balls ensures optimal crunchy to moist stuffing ratio.

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13 Ways of Looking at a Brussels Sprout

13 Ways of Looking at a Brussels Sprout

| November 22, 2011 | 0 Comments

13 Ways of Looking at a Brussels Sprout, with recipes (and an apology to Wallace Stevens).

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Our Very Own Stuffing Smackdown

Our Very Own Stuffing Smackdown

| November 30, 2009 | 4 Comments

This post was supposed to end much differently. You see, we did something special at my house for Thanksgiving this year. I challenged my mom to a “Stuffing Smackdown.” Now I’m one of those people that likes to do virtually everything homemade–and my mom does too, for the most part. But she likes bagged stuffing. In my unofficial stuffing research, I discovered that most people think adding their own combination of ingredients to Pepperidge Farm bags of stuffing counts as homemade. I don’t. The challenge was on.

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Stuffing, Gravy and Mashed Potatoes: Oh My!

Stuffing, Gravy and Mashed Potatoes: Oh My!

| November 20, 2008 | 1 Comment

As far as I’m concerned, side dishes are what make a Thanksgiving dinner great. Sure, I like turkey, but I truly love stuffing, gravy and mashed potatoes. For me, carbs topped with gravy make this holiday meal delicious. The problem is that most of us don’t make these three dishes very often, so preparing them once a year — for a table full of family and friends no less — can seem intimidating and make you feel a bit like Dorothy walking into the dark unknown forest with the Tin Man and the Scarecrow.

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