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can't stand it, if I have to eat it because we are somewhere and I'm trying to be polite its all I can do not to gag.

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Gravy is an important part of my diet.

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I had to make gravy for the first time last year. None of my side of the family eat it but my husband and his adult kids like it. I also have to have canned cranberry sauce for them while I make cranberry/pomegranate relish with bourbon. Although hubby did admit that he liked that.

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I forgot to say if you want the top of the pan stuffing crispy, remove the foil and bake to your desired crispness. I also will be making slamming collard greens and I don't use pork...no offense to those who do....I use smoked turkey! Everybody loves them. My baked macaroni and cheese is also a hit. I doubt any black family has Thanksgiving dinner w/o baked macaroni and cheese....I have potatoes to make mashed if anyone wants but we're not usually mashed potato folks. I make my own gravy.....listen...fuck it....everybody come over...LMAO!

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my mamma would kill me if I made anything other then the ciabatta bread/italian sausage stuffing. I personally do not like stuffing at all so whatever the family (meaning mamma) wants is what I make.

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The TV show The Chew had a stuffing showdown today. When it comes to stuffing, I stay traditional. To me, in this case, less is more. I start out with Jiffy Corn Bread mix, Pepperidge Farm Bread Crumbs, Celery, Onions, green peppers, the cooked giblets from the turkey (I used to use pork sausage back in the day, no more, or you can use ground turkey, I go strictly veggies and giblets). I crumble up the cooked corn bread after it's cool in a large bowl, add 1/2 bag or the entire bag of the bread crumbs, depending on the size of your turkey and if you want to have some to cook outside the turkey as well, I chop the celery in small pieces and sautee them first, once they're al dente, I add the chopped green pepper, when that's all done I add all the veggies to the corn bread and bread crumb mixture, chop up the giblets and add them, I chop the onion fine and add them "raw." This really locks in the flavor. I use the broth from the giblets to moisten....not too much. I HATE soggy stuffing! I season with Lawry's Season Salt, garlic powder, black pepper and either Old Bay or that seasoning with the turkey on the box....can't remember name. Some people add butter or margarine. You really don't have to so that would be optional. If you try it, please let me know how you like it. Oh, once you stuff the turkey, if you have some leftover to make in a dish, spray that dish with Pam or some non-stick spray, add more broth, cover with foil and bake for approx. 20-30 mins or until the liquid is dried up and if you want the top crispy, bake a few more minutes until you achieve your desired results. I LOVE this recipe and have been making it for years. Enjoy!

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How sweet is it with the all spice. I want to stay away from any hint of sweetness. I'm guessing it's the stock I'm using.

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Take a good chicken stock, add some ginger, a little corn starch (very little). Get to a full running boil.

Egg mixture:

Couple eggs, well beaten Dash of Soy Sauce Little Garlic Dash Allspice if you have it Beat well and slowly, I mean slowly pour into stock. Serve immediately, garnish with Chopped Green onions.

It's the one I always make, yum!

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Does anyone have a good egg drop soup recipe. It should be easy, but I haven't had luck making it taste really good.

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Kat, both of these recipes look delicious! Thanks for sharing them.

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