Holiday Bread Stuffing

Before I talk about this post, I would love to take a minute to tell you about my stupid computer. I can look at SOME posts by other bloggers. I can reblog them. I can respond to comments and even comment on the blogs that my stupid computer lets me see. I can even like the posts.
What I can’t do…I can’t look through the Reader! I can’t go to my site and work on ANYTHING! Damn it! Stupid computer!
Oh well, at least I can reblog posts like this one! Stuffing is a must at every Holiday dinner. I bet that you could look at everybody’s plate around the table and see stuffing on each and every one! Hey, I used to make stuffing every time I cooked a whole chicken all Winter long!
This recipe is very similar to my family’s recipe. I say similar only because we never measured anything. I remember tearing up the bread into the lid of the roasting pan. Everything went into the lid and then into the turkey. I know, I know! You are not supposed to do that! I know okay but that’s how we did it growing up and nobody died or got sick sooooooo, yeah that’s how we did it.
I like this recipe because you can make stuffing any time you want! Enjoy!

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Stuffing, or dressing, is a most sought-after sidedish at holiday gatherings.   A must-have at Thanksgiving, Christmas and Easter meals.  Stuffing completes the meal.   Meat, gravy, and stuffing.  Yes, please.

Some people are StoveTop stuffing die-hards.  That’s fine.  Not me, give me some homemade stuffing alongside my holiday turkey, roasted chicken or ham.

My family has the very best made-from-scratch stuffing/dressing recipe.   Seriously.   The best.   It’s personally one of my top recipes.  Satisfy your friends and family this holiday with the best stuffing they ever will have.

Ingredients:

6 Tablespoons chopped onion

1/2 cup butter

8 cups dry bread crumbs (about 14 slices) *use white or buttermilk bread

1/2 teaspoon salt

1/2 teaspoon pepper

1 teaspoon poultry seasoning

1 teaspoon ground sage

4-8 Tablespoons chicken broth (water can be used in place of broth)

2 eggs

1 1/2 cup finely-chopped celery

***You can also add some…

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