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    I keep trying to convince my family to make a ham or a roast for Thanksgiving every year... and they keep letting me down... and one of the major perks of ham or a roast? no stuffing
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    Like I said, I like breads and stuff.. So stuffing is awesome. By far the one part of thanksgiving where I have a heaping serving.

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    I keep trying to convince my family to make a ham or a roast for Thanksgiving every year... and they keep letting me down... and one of the major perks of ham or a roast? no stuffing

    BLASPHEMY! Everyone knows ham is for Christmas and TURKEY is for thanksgiving. :chicken:

    What about the turkey soup, the turkey sandwiches, the turkey salad, the turkey gravy, the turkey hash, the turkey a la king????
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    it's the texture... and the way that it sounds when it's dipped out... and the way it smells... and the flavor...

    I don't like celery or sage though.... that might explain quite a bit
    Neither of those is required for stuffing, though. You've probably just been around people who don't know how to make it properly. Stuffing made right is like manna from heaven.
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    it still doesn't fix the problem of the horrible texture

    and don't suggest cornbread stuffing either... because I don't like cornbread either (unless it's a tortilla, in which case it's awesome )
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    Quote Originally Posted by whatever View Post
    it still doesn't fix the problem of the horrible texture

    and don't suggest cornbread stuffing either... because I don't like cornbread either (unless it's a tortilla, in which case it's awesome )
    :horor:

    Cornbread fuckin' RULES! So does grits!

    And, I used to hate stuffing, but now I love it to death. It shouldn't just be for thanksgiving.
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    Quote Originally Posted by whatever View Post
    I keep trying to convince my family to make a ham or a roast for Thanksgiving every year... and they keep letting me down... and one of the major perks of ham or a roast? no stuffing
    Thanksgiving. Fortunately for me, the evolving family is primarily SP.

    A couple of years ago we did Texas style Real 100 Percent Range beef, and Lobster.

    Last year we said f* it and just had our favorite appetizers and desert.

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    I like muffins. Blueberry, bran, apple, poppyseed, pumpkin, chocolate-chip, you name it!


    Quote Originally Posted by stellar renegade View Post
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    Cornbread fuckin' RULES!
    I have to agree here.
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    Quote Originally Posted by aphrodite-gone-awry View Post
    What about the turkey soup, the turkey sandwiches, the turkey salad, the turkey gravy, the turkey hash, the turkey a la king????
    haha, exactly.
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