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    I also hear that stuffing made from
    White Castle Rat Burgers is da bomb!!!!
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    Mercy!

    I am a from "scratch" (for most things, anyway) cook!

    As for stuffing made from "White Castle Rat Burgers" I'd sooner die ...

    And probably *would* at that! Ha! Ha!

    Thanks anyway SR!
    Can you believe he nukes those awful frozen rat burgers for breakfast?

    Every year he brings up the Whities stuffing and we have our usual argument (laughing while discussing that terrible dressing) and we go for the conventional. I don't particularly like Stove Top either. I prefer making my own. It always turns out better.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SaintLouieWoman View Post
    Can you believe he nukes those awful frozen rat burgers for breakfast?
    Ha! Ha! Yes, I do.

    Husbands are strange creatures, they drive us up the wall with their habits at times ...

    But lucky for them, we still love them anyway!

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    How is ABC's stuffing test kitchen going?
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    Texas Cornbread-oyster dressing

    2 16 oz packages of cornbread crumbs or make your own
    2 chopped onion
    2 stalks celery, chopped
    Salt and pepper, to taste
    2 pint shucked oysters w/liquid
    1pint chicken livers (optional)
    2 cups okra (optional)
    1 tbl spoon of sage or sage to taste
    Jalapeno, your dressing your heat, but be it 1 or more, whole fresh, raw, minced, I use at least 1 per package of cornbread mix


    I have been eating Cornbread oyster dressing for all of my 70+ years:

    Yes its cooked outside the bird. Use a large pan that takes up the better part of the oven [depending upon how much you want to make of course]. Cook at 350 until the dressing is damp, but firm. Then put on broil and brown the top. Best to keep your mixture less than 3 inches deep. If deeper you will have to reduce the heat, but caution or you can dry it out.

    I guess you can use store bought cornbread, but its so easy to make why make the drive.

    Do NOT cook the oysters before hand. ADD the fresh oysters AND the juice. How oystery you like it depends on how much you add...I will normally put in about 2-3 pints or 1 pint per 16 oz of cornbread mix. Cut the oysters in half if they are small or in ⅓'s or ¼'s if they are med or large.

    Enhance the oyster taste by adding fresh chicken liver and/or cut up okra or aka "East Texas Oysters". About a pint of each.

    You can also add pecans if you want nuts in your dressing.

    For some added taste I put in a cup of fresh cranberries.

    When it’s all said and done the cornbread carries the flavor of the oyster-livers-okra, which meld together. Sage and pepper are key ingredients, salt to taste and the key veggies are celery and sweet onions. Some celery salt is also acceptable. Use chicken broth to add more liquid.

    You want it damp enough to eat without choking on it but not wet unless that is your style. A good brown crusty top adds to the flavor and looks.

    Be sure to cook enough to have some left over. Then put a bit of butter in a frying pan and add enough water to make your dressing sticky. Fry it up a bit like a pancake only sandwich size. After you get a brown crust put it on a slice of bread with some cranberry sauce to taste, another slice of bread and you got lunch the next day. Almost my favorite way of eating it.

    You just make yourself a batch of Texas cornbread-oyster dressing...ENJOY
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    Quote Originally Posted by RobJohnson View Post
    How is ABC's stuffing test kitchen going?
    Well, not all that good at the moment ...

    Busy, busy down here having folks over for drinks, going out to lunch, shopping etc.

    Mercy! I love Christmas, just need more energy to do it all!

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    Let us know which recipe you use.


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    Quote Originally Posted by RobJohnson View Post
    Let us know which recipe you use.


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    Mercy! Don't do this to me, please!

    I know which one I prefer to try *already* and now you have put me on the spot, you beast!

    Never mind, "The proof of the pudding, is in the eating." as the old expression goes and will let you know how it went over, after Christmas.

    Thanks so much Rock and Ole Cowboy for coming in and taking the time to type up your recipes for me. You are both sweethearts!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ABC View Post
    Well, not all that good at the moment ...

    Busy, busy down here having folks over for drinks, going out to lunch, shopping etc.

    Mercy! I love Christmas, just need more energy to do it all!
    You best start doing some serious cooking woman!


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    Who substitute darkness for light and light for darkness;
    Who substitute bitter for sweet and sweet for bitter!
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    And clever in their own sight! Isaiah 5:20-21 NASB

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rockntractor View Post
    You best start doing some serious cooking woman!


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    Oh boy ...

    And YOU had better start doing some serious *lip-zipping*, if you get my meaning darlin' ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by ABC View Post
    Oh boy ...

    And YOU had better start doing some serious *lip-zipping*, if you get my meaning darlin' ...

    Most-enjoyable
    Yes maam.

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    Who substitute darkness for light and light for darkness;
    Who substitute bitter for sweet and sweet for bitter!
    21 Woe to those who are wise in their own eyes
    And clever in their own sight! Isaiah 5:20-21 NASB

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