Yes I do.
And...a tip for the rest of us might be...? :)
I keep my stuffing very moist, and this past Thanksgiving I made oyster dressing as well. Yummy.
Now does a drsg go on top of the stuffing...like a gravy?... And yes I think the stuffing needs to be kept moist...ours is mostly dry...
When preparing it, I use lots of broth, that keeps it moist. I never put gravy on dressing, it might be good though.
I usually stuff the turkey and that keeps it moist as well, and then do a side dish of oyster dressing.
Now do you serve cranberry with that?
A family member brings a cranberry/jello dish. But I don't eat it.
We have the usual Turkey dinner.
I love the cranberry dish...but I don't eat it with the rest of my meal...never seemed to fit in with me...
Perhaps if Cranberry was part of the dessert...yea...then I could see it as being part of the Turkey meal.
Cranberries are always served in one way or the other, it complements the turkey. But I like just a taste of it.
People seem to enjoy mine. It's nothing fancy, just cornbread stuffing, but I cook it inside the turkey. I bake the portion that doesn't fit in its own pan, but I always mix in some of the juice from the turkey first. When everything is done, I combine all of the stuffing together.
At our place...everyone heads for the stuffing...which, incidentally, could be better...halp.
If you like oysters, try this one. It's pretty friggin good. http://www.foodnetwork.com/reci...ng-recipe.html
You are right. A little turkey but stuffing with lots of gravy is the key to the whole day!
Good mashed potatoes are another key... A good white wine for toasts...
Now you are just making me hungry!!!!
Just a couple of weeks....:)
Tender and juicy... (Sigh) you are just too young... Hurry and grow up, Thibault!