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Food Bloggers' Stuffing Recipes – a Roundup

I think we’re all in agreement that the stuffing (or dressing – I say tomato, you say tomato) is the best part of the turkey feast, isn’t it? And while I almost always stick to the same old bread-onion-celery-sage stuffing of my childhood, I love to peruse stuffing recipes and dream of what I might make if I had the guts to do something new, for once. But you know the Thanksgiving rules: stray from the usual and you may get lynched by your family.

I love getting new recipe ideas from fellow food bloggers, and so I took a little stroll around to see what everyone’s cooking up this year (and at Thanksgivings past). Here – I rounded up some links for you to peruse. (Yes, this is what I do on Saturday nights. My 20 year old self would likely not be impressed.)

Sophistimom: Artisan Bread Stuffing with Sausage and Apricots
Simple Bites: Bread Stuffing with Seasonal Fruits & Herbs
Savoring the Thyme: Moist Turkey Sausage Stuffing
Everybody Likes Sandwiches: Onion, Celery and Sage Bread Stuffing
Kalyn’s Kitchen: 100% Whole Wheat Stuffing “Muffins” with Sausage and Parmesan
Dinner a Love Story: Sausage and Apple Starter Stuffing
Recipe Girl: Shiitake Mushroom Stuffing (from Martha Stewart Living)
Weelicious: Cornbread Cranberry Stuffing
Simply Recipes: Mom’s Turkey Stuffing
101 Cookbooks: Sage, Walnut and Dried Fig Stuffing
Savory Sweet Life: Mom’s Thanksgiving Stuffing

Here in the Family Kitchen we have classic Pecan-Thyme Cornbread Stuffing and Stuffing in the Crock Pot! In the Kitchn they have a Stuffing Smackdown: Quest for the Perfect Recipe

And… on Gluten-free Girl and the Chef, they show you how to make gluten-free stuffing!

I hope I’ve inspired you to go on and try new things this holiday – or leave your own links to your favorite stuffing recipes here for us to explore.

Photo credit: istockphoto/NWphotoguy

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