Saturday, November 8, 2008

Traditional Thanksgiving Stuffing


Did this post's title throw you off or did it make you think I was crazy? Although the U.S.'s Thanksgiving is still nearly 3 weeks away, I made this stuffing as a test recipe for Happy Herbivore's newest e-cookbook, Pudge-Free Holidays way back in October. As a variation, I added leftover Grammy's Meatless Balls, which I tested from the same cookbook and blogged about here.

The little green pouch that sneakily made its way into the photo is my new camera case.

Vegyogini's test kitchen is open for the weekend, so I'd better get baking. Happy Saturday!

7 comments:

Conquerbysmiling said...

I Love the camera case! It's sooo cute!

quarrygirl said...

ummm ANY TIME is a good time for stuffing that looks that tasty!

mad about udon said...

Mmmm, it looks so tasty! I'm so excited for American Thanksgiving. We Canadians celebrated it 2 weeks ago, but now I get to re-live it though all the American food bloggers. yay!

Ricki said...

Well, I always thought the best part about turkey was the stuffing, so this recipe is all I need to be happy! So glad I happen to have that cookbook :)

I LOVE your new camera case! It's adorable. My (new) camera case is just plain ole black. . . but I'm not complaining, as I'm pretty happy with the camera in it!

River said...

I want to make the traditional one and the cornbread one before Thanksgiving, so I know which one we want to have then. They both look so amazing!
PS: Love your cute camera case!

Hannah said...

Gorgeous camera case! I wish mine was even half as nice.

shellyfish said...

I love that camera case! And I think stuffing is one of my favourite things at the holidays!