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Cornbread Dressing

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Stuffing is commonly known as dressing in the South, where it is frequently made with buttermilk cornbread, another regional specialty.

Source: Martha Stewart Living, November 2002
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  • soxfan2
    26 NOV, 2010
    I made this for thanksgiving this year. It was disgusting. No flavor, well, overwhelming garlic flavor, I was so embarrassed, as mine are usually the most scarfed up dishes. I have to say her dishes are hit or miss.......
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  • FNPathome
    26 NOV, 2010
    The worst dressing I have ever made.
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  • anearburg
    24 NOV, 2010
    Can this be made the night before?
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  • rebeccamac
    8 OCT, 2010
    Once again - thrilled to get a scratch recipe from MSL for my collection. I'm from the South and this is exactly like the dressing I ate growing up. You are wonderful, thank you for this!
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  • Queenlalisa
    23 NOV, 2008
    This is kinda like I make mine, except I put sage and a couple cans of cream of chicken soup.
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  • Queenlalisa
    23 NOV, 2008
    This is kinda like I make mine, except I put sage and a couple cans of cream of chicken soup.
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  • mesohuangry
    22 NOV, 2008
    Wonderful stuffing. This is the first one I've made before, and it was great! I used only the fresh parsley, and added other spice mixtures. Brought it to a Thanksgiving potluck, and it was quite popular!
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  • mesohuangry
    22 NOV, 2008
    Wonderful stuffing. This is the first one I've made before, and it was great! I used only the fresh parsley, and added other spice mixtures. Brought it to a Thanksgiving potluck, and it was quite popular!
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  • jdt1974
    21 NOV, 2008
    I cut my cornbread into bitesize cubes and let it sit out overnight to dry out. I like the texture of the big pieces of bread. If you use fresh cornbread, it turns to mush.
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  • jdt1974
    21 NOV, 2008
    I cut my cornbread into bitesize cubes and let it sit out overnight to dry out. I like the texture of the big pieces of bread. If you use fresh cornbread, it turns to mush.
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