Aloha Friday!!!

Sorry for being MIA this week, i'll get on that later.. but today is Friday, it's time to relax and that only means it's time for Aloha Friday! If you have no clue what Aloha Friday is already, go to An Island Life and you'll figure it out pretty fast:)



Now my Question here is:


What is your choice of stuffing for the Thanksgiving turkey ?

I've been so hungry this past week..that's mainly because i could only drink liquids.. but I'm already dreaming of the Thanksgiving turkey... and i kind of consider making a Thanksgiving chicken.. i prefer chicken to turkey.. but we'll see.. I only have one problem.. what stuffing do i choose??? i was thinking of a combination of red apple, caramelized onions, rosemary and seasoning salts. Now I'm wondering what's your choice of stuffing??? Please do share!!!

Aloha Everyone!

30 comments:

Kimberly@PrettyPinkMomma said...

I am no help! I have no idea how to make stuffing. I rely on my inlaws to do all the cooking. They cook two turkeys, a traditional style with all the stuffing and one that is El Salvadoran style. Since all of my husbands family is from El Salvador that is usually what gets eaten up first. Yummy!

Ave said...

I like this recipe :)
http://elise.com/recipes/archives/000036moms_turkey_stuffing.php

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Bridgette said...

I am not picky! I LOVE stuffing!!!

sexgrinch said...

I prefer chicken to turkey as well. But stuffing... Mmmm... I'll take it anyway you make it, lol!

Stopping by from SITS to say HI!!!

Andrea said...

I love to make the classic homemade stuffing, but cornbread stuffing is also extremely awesome!

Andrea said...

Emeril has a great recipe with sausage and cornbread! YUM!

KIKI said...

I am a traditionalist when it comes to my turkey stuffing. You know breadcrumbs, herbs and spices...

Auntie E said...

I like my moms traditional Sage. I think I'll post the recipe on my Kitchen site. It is very tasteful and does not take away from the rest of the meal.

Auntie E said...

I prefer my Moms...Sage dressing.

TheAngelForever said...

Love cornbread stuffing with lots of veggies in it. Not a fan of meat in it.

pam said...

Your stuffing sounds delicious. I don't think I have ever had anything so elaborate!

I am Harriet said...

I'm not a big stuffing fan.


Have a great Friday!
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Whimsical Creations said...

I will take any stuffing I can get. We are going to my Brother in Law's house and they make YUMMY stuffing.

Annie said...

I have no idea! I don't ever cook the turkey, my mom or mother in law does :)

~ Noelle said...

one that someone else cooks!

Twincerely,Olga said...

corn bread stuffing!!!Yummy!!Hope your feeling better!!

Marie said...

I leave the stuffing making to my mother-in-law since I've never liked stuffing, nope, not at all -- I'm strange I know :-)

Miss Dot said...

I'm so lame when it comes to Thanksgiving :( I don't like any of the Thanksgiving foods at all (I'm a red meat, Italian food kinda gal). I do, however, love desserts, especially those of the Thanksgiving variety. Sorry I can't help you with the stuffing situation but let me know when you need help on what pies to make! Mmmmm :)

Kandi Thompson said...

I like to look at recipes on www.recipes.com and find a good one. My personal favorite is just the usual one that is on the box, but that's cuz I like things pretty plain tasting.
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Amy said...

Sorry to say I do not like stuffing.

Trixie said...

I'm not a huge stuffing fan, but my sister makes amazing turkey stuffing.

Chatterbox said...

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Loved the idea of an "Aloha Friday" post with a question.

Keep up the wonderful work. Thanks for visiting my blog.

Hope to stay in touch.

Cheers!!

sheila said...

I don't stuff it, I cook it as a side. Or on the side. I just have a 'thing' about putting stuff in 'there'. lol

Rook No. 17 said...

My current fav is Cornbread stuffing with chicken apple sausage, sage and sauvignon blanc. I prefer it cooked outside of the bird, so I guess technically it's then called "dressing" instead of "stuffing". But, whatever its official title, I simply call it delicious! I have a recipe for it on my blog if you're interested.

Cheers! Jenn

JamericanSpice said...

I've never done a Thanksgiving turkey by myself. Maybe this time we'll do it and I might get a turkey to start out with and use a recipe from someone.

Stacy (the Random Cool Chick) said...

I prefer chicken to turkey, too - though I've been really enjoying the champagne turkey I make each year. :)

I do an apple stuffing - I posted a recipe here:

Apple Stuffing


I modified it to be made in the crockpot so my stove stays free (and I have time to 'socialize' when our dinner guests arrive instead of being stuck in the kitchen). :)

Kim said...

Hey there! Just catching up after all of the birthday party action around our house last week.

Both of your stuffing sound great. I think I would only consider Stove Top, how sad is that? :)!

MaryRC said...

cornbread, almonds, celery, apples...

Everyday Mom Ideas said...

Stove Top Stuffing... Yes the one from the box it the one for me!

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