Its bland base of bread or rice invites embellishment, both traditional and irreverent, and in dressing recipes, sausage, nuts, fruit, mushrooms, and shellfish combine in countless permutations. In contrast to the more predictable turkey, stuffing is the frisky, occasionally outlandish, personality of the holiday table. We’re explore the history and origins of stuffing.
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Author: Glen Warren
Title: Season’s Eatings Side Dish – Stuffing