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Old Yesterday, 04:16 PM
 
Location: N.Sierra Nevadas (California)
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For years, I made my own stuffing, using left over breads. Then a friend gave me a box of stovetop stuffing, & i love the ease & speed of it. I am going to use a turkey tenderloin this year, as it will just be the 2 of us, & I don't want a ton of leftovers. Simple is best. I don't care for sausage in stuffing, but I may play around with some other ideas.
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Old Today, 05:14 PM
 
Location: State of Washington (2016)
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For years, I made my own stuffing, using left over breads. Then a friend gave me a box of stovetop stuffing, & i love the ease & speed of it. I am going to use a turkey tenderloin this year, as it will just be the 2 of us, & I don't want a ton of leftovers. Simple is best. I don't care for sausage in stuffing, but I may play around with some other ideas.
I use diced chicken thighs in my stuffing instead of sausage. I make a delicious homemade cornbread stuffing as I don't like boxed food.
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Old Today, 05:22 PM
 
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For years, I made my own stuffing, using left over breads. Then a friend gave me a box of stovetop stuffing, & i love the ease & speed of it. I am going to use a turkey tenderloin this year, as it will just be the 2 of us, & I don't want a ton of leftovers. Simple is best. I don't care for sausage in stuffing, but I may play around with some other ideas.
Yes... does sound good. Just relax, and enjoy. Stovetop stuffing, you can make you own, by adding favorite indgrediants.
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