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  1. I'm so happy I found this. We are planning an early Xmas get together next weekend with family members who will be away over Xmas. They have donated a goose for the occasion and I was wondering what I was going to do for stuffing – now I know.

  2. Looks delish! So which liquid did you use? I think cider vinegar would add an entirely different flavor than wine. Also did you use a particular recipe for cornbread? Please share ????

    • Hi AD,
      I used white cooking wine. I don't usually have wine on hand, but I always have cooking wine in my pantry. It's easy for me to throw in the grocery cart while I'm out shopping. It is found near the vinegars at the store. I always use a bit less than a recipe suggests, as cooking wine has a high salt content. Then I add some other liquid to compensate for the reduced amount of wine. I have already adjusted this recipe. The original recipe calls for "one cup of white wine" .
      You will love this recipe. It's a bit different from the usual sausage stuffing. While I would not give that up on my Thanksgiving table, this one is a nice additional side dish!

  3. Hi Si! Your blog is beautiful! I love the style. Thanks for the reference to my blog! I was thinking about how much fun it was to do that thanksgiving side dishes class! We have been gearing up for thanksgiving around our house too and have already enjoyed my Artisan Stuffing a few times! It is just the best. P.S. Your photographs are lovely, are you doing them yourself? Love it.

    Warmest regards,
    Laura Muir
    freshcookinghappypeople.blogspot.com

    • Hi Laura!
      We still talk about that class, the fresh produce and the yummy dishes you prepared! This has become a neighborhood/family favorite. I'm making it again this morning ๐Ÿ™‚ Yes, I take all of my photographs. thank you very much!
      happy holidays to you and your family,
      Si

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