Posted: 11/6/2012 12:10:55 PM
First of all I thought I would let you know that in step 3 turkey is spelled wrong. Oh well I fix my stuffing almost the same way. My grandmother would boil 3 or 4 potatoes with skins on till almost done. Then she would take the skins off. Dice them up and add to the rest. My kids have always loved it.
Posted: 4/28/2010 3:07:04 PM
I made this with just a few changes. I used Vegetable broth, dried garlic toast broken into crumbs and just a touch of rosemary. It's a big hit at our house. I make it quite often. It's not just for thanksgiving anymore.
Posted: 12/27/2009 3:59:07 PM
This is very similar to my grandmother's recipe, who died in the 1930's. We add chopped chestnuts to the stuffing
Posted: 11/22/2009 12:59:44 PM
this recipe (or at least my version) was passed down from my great great grandmother and has a few extra additions to the basic recipe. In our family we always added raising or cranberrys (fresh) to the onion celery butter mix, (cooked right with them to soak up the flavors) and then added to the bread cubes mix. some folks in our family even added walnuts and it was really quite good when the whole mix was baked. I will continue to make this stuffing even though i live in the south (TEXAS) and the usual is cornbread stuffing.
Posted: 10/22/2009 11:10:42 AM
Delicious and easy-to-make! Many compliments - everyone went back for seconds (and thirds)!