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    Homemade stuffing is super easy.

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    Not sure about tonight. I got my food allergy results back and it's pretty daunting. No eggs, no milk, no chicken, no beef, no lamb, no almonds, and wheat is borderline, and my allergist prior said not to eat wheat, so...

    That's why we are eating turkey.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Teacher Terry View Post
    Homemade stuffing is super easy.
    I only started really cooking (not out of a box or can) about two years ago so I'm slow on some things. Will look up some stuffing recipes and will try to make it next time.

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    Tybee, that’s awful. I have a ton of allergies but none to food.

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    Mine is just toast, stick of melted butter, 3 eggs, milk and some spices. Mix together and you are done.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Teacher Terry View Post
    Tybee, that’s awful. I have a ton of allergies but none to food.
    I know. It is such a bummer. We made gluten free pancakes with soy egg and milk replacer this morning. They were good, but not the same thing.

    Hopefully I can learn to love them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by klunick View Post
    I only started really cooking (not out of a box or can) about two years ago so I'm slow on some things. Will look up some stuffing recipes and will try to make it next time.
    Here's what I do--tear up old stale bread. Add diced celery and onion. Add chopped up sage from garden (we did this a couple of days ago; the leaves are sort of freeze dried on the plant.) Melt half a stick of butter and add equal amount of water. Salt and pepper vigorously-- add to turkey or chicken or pork.

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    Tuna salad for lunch and Taco Salad for dinner.

    Tomorrow: another garden Spaghetti Squash, Chicken sausage and ratatouille from the freezer.

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    K, the spices I add are onion powder, garlic powder, oregano and basil. Because itís my momís recipe she made up you just have to experiment with the amount you put in until you like it.

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    Debate night pizza.

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