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Holiday Stuffing

Holiday Stuffing

with Grill Roasted Chestnuts and Sausage

Posted on December 14, 2016
To celebrate Roasted Chestnuts Day, I had to try roasting chestnuts over an open fire. That’s a song isn’t it? Anyway, after roasting a big bag full of these yummy beauties I needed to do something super festive with them. Holiday Stuffing with Grill-Roasted Chestnuts and Sausage seemed like a great way to use these freshly roasted nuts to their fullest potential. This dish is a great side for any roasted poultry based family dinner. 
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Rotisserie Leg of Lamb

Rotisserie Leg of Lamb

with Stuffing

Posted on March 24, 2016
Rotisserie Leg of Lamb with Stuffing is a roast that is out of the ordinary in many ways. I bought the cut of meat knowing that the bone was removed, but didn’t realize that the whole thing had been more or less butterflied (duh). Having that available space gave me an idea for a very delectable meal. Usually I would crust the outside of the lamb with savory herbs, but this time I wanted to fill the inside! So I created a quasi-stuffing with some panko and herbs, then tied everything up, and seasoned the outside very simply. Using the rotisserie the outside of the Leg of Lamb caramelized, and in the end, we ended up with a beautiful looking, delicious dinner.
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Sourdough Bacon Stuffing

Sourdough Bacon Stuffing

Perfect for turkey dinners

Posted on November 20, 2015
Sourdough Bacon Stuffing is the only thing in this year's Thanksgiving dinner that contained gluten. I made it with fresh sourdough bread, and I had bacon out to make the Fully Loaded Baked Mashed Potatoes, so I used the leftovers in this recipe. 

 

I never stuff the bird when I use stuffing. There are a lot of factors that lead to that decision. Mostly I don't feel that I get a proper cook out of a roasted bird. There is risk of contamination of the stuffing from uncooked drippings, and most importantly, you don't get loads of crunchy bits, leading to fights among guests and family over the coveted crispy stuffing. Feel free to stuff your turkey, or chicken, or not. But whatever you do, enjoy the stuffing. 

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