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 Post subject: Re: What's Cooking?
Unread postPosted: November 26th, 2019, 5:19 pm 
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kiebers wrote:
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LOL...it's the only kind of dressing I have ever really had at Thanksgiving or Christmas. I have had the stove top bread stuffing and it's not bad for stuff the rest of the year. But here in Texas, cornbread stuffing is all I have ever had.

I make a basic stuffing with diced celery, onion, potatoes, sage, poultry seasoning, garlic puree, butter and of course whole wheat bread.

Pretty much the same recipe just with cornbread. Next time I will cut back on cornmeal and add more flour for less density.

Kiebs, does it make it taste sweet? :yuk:

No not at all. No sugar used. I don't care much for the sweetened variety. There was a slight buttery taste from the stick of butter in it. Just 6 ingredients. Corn meal, flour, eggs, milk, salt and butter. All I had was self rising flour, otherwise, I would have put baking powder and soda in it.


I actually like sweet cornbread lol. But standard cornbread is fine with other things to like a nice bowl of beans.

I actually bought some baking powder and baking soda less than an hour ago! lol

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 Post subject: Re: What's Cooking?
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Blazor wrote:
kiebers wrote:
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kiebers wrote:
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LOL...it's the only kind of dressing I have ever really had at Thanksgiving or Christmas. I have had the stove top bread stuffing and it's not bad for stuff the rest of the year. But here in Texas, cornbread stuffing is all I have ever had.

I make a basic stuffing with diced celery, onion, potatoes, sage, poultry seasoning, garlic puree, butter and of course whole wheat bread.

Pretty much the same recipe just with cornbread. Next time I will cut back on cornmeal and add more flour for less density.

Kiebs, does it make it taste sweet? :yuk:

No not at all. No sugar used. I don't care much for the sweetened variety. There was a slight buttery taste from the stick of butter in it. Just 6 ingredients. Corn meal, flour, eggs, milk, salt and butter. All I had was self rising flour, otherwise, I would have put baking powder and soda in it.


I actually like sweet cornbread lol. But standard cornbread is fine with other things to like a nice bowl of beans.

I actually bought some baking powder and baking soda less than an hour ago! lol

I'm curious now about corn bread stuffing.

I've never made corn bread....it's not common here..

But, it might make an interesting change for Christmas dinner.

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 Post subject: Re: What's Cooking?
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Fashionista wrote:
Blazor wrote:
kiebers wrote:
Shen Li wrote:
kiebers wrote:
Fashionista wrote:
kiebers wrote:
LOL...it's the only kind of dressing I have ever really had at Thanksgiving or Christmas. I have had the stove top bread stuffing and it's not bad for stuff the rest of the year. But here in Texas, cornbread stuffing is all I have ever had.

I make a basic stuffing with diced celery, onion, potatoes, sage, poultry seasoning, garlic puree, butter and of course whole wheat bread.

Pretty much the same recipe just with cornbread. Next time I will cut back on cornmeal and add more flour for less density.

Kiebs, does it make it taste sweet? :yuk:

No not at all. No sugar used. I don't care much for the sweetened variety. There was a slight buttery taste from the stick of butter in it. Just 6 ingredients. Corn meal, flour, eggs, milk, salt and butter. All I had was self rising flour, otherwise, I would have put baking powder and soda in it.


I actually like sweet cornbread lol. But standard cornbread is fine with other things to like a nice bowl of beans.

I actually bought some baking powder and baking soda less than an hour ago! lol

I'm curious now about corn bread stuffing.

I've never made corn bread....it's not common here..

But, it might make an interesting change for Christmas dinner.


Thats the spirit Fash! Trying something new! You could always do two small batches of each. Stuffing goes great with leftovers for the next several days after lol.

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 Post subject: Re: What's Cooking?
Unread postPosted: November 26th, 2019, 5:44 pm 
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Blazor wrote:
Fashionista wrote:
Blazor wrote:
kiebers wrote:
Shen Li wrote:
kiebers wrote:
Fashionista wrote:
kiebers wrote:
LOL...it's the only kind of dressing I have ever really had at Thanksgiving or Christmas. I have had the stove top bread stuffing and it's not bad for stuff the rest of the year. But here in Texas, cornbread stuffing is all I have ever had.

I make a basic stuffing with diced celery, onion, potatoes, sage, poultry seasoning, garlic puree, butter and of course whole wheat bread.

Pretty much the same recipe just with cornbread. Next time I will cut back on cornmeal and add more flour for less density.

Kiebs, does it make it taste sweet? :yuk:

No not at all. No sugar used. I don't care much for the sweetened variety. There was a slight buttery taste from the stick of butter in it. Just 6 ingredients. Corn meal, flour, eggs, milk, salt and butter. All I had was self rising flour, otherwise, I would have put baking powder and soda in it.


I actually like sweet cornbread lol. But standard cornbread is fine with other things to like a nice bowl of beans.

I actually bought some baking powder and baking soda less than an hour ago! lol

I'm curious now about corn bread stuffing.

I've never made corn bread....it's not common here..

But, it might make an interesting change for Christmas dinner.


Thats the spirit Fash! Trying something new! You could always do two small batches of each. Stuffing goes great with leftovers for the next several days after lol.

I put some stuffing in the turkey cavity and some in tinfoil..

I could put corn bread in the tin foil and brown bread stuffing in the turkey or I could even mix the two..

I'll find a corn bread recipe first.

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 Post subject: Re: What's Cooking?
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Fashionista wrote:
Blazor wrote:
Fashionista wrote:
Blazor wrote:
kiebers wrote:
Shen Li wrote:
kiebers wrote:
Fashionista wrote:
kiebers wrote:
LOL...it's the only kind of dressing I have ever really had at Thanksgiving or Christmas. I have had the stove top bread stuffing and it's not bad for stuff the rest of the year. But here in Texas, cornbread stuffing is all I have ever had.

I make a basic stuffing with diced celery, onion, potatoes, sage, poultry seasoning, garlic puree, butter and of course whole wheat bread.

Pretty much the same recipe just with cornbread. Next time I will cut back on cornmeal and add more flour for less density.

Kiebs, does it make it taste sweet? :yuk:

No not at all. No sugar used. I don't care much for the sweetened variety. There was a slight buttery taste from the stick of butter in it. Just 6 ingredients. Corn meal, flour, eggs, milk, salt and butter. All I had was self rising flour, otherwise, I would have put baking powder and soda in it.


I actually like sweet cornbread lol. But standard cornbread is fine with other things to like a nice bowl of beans.

I actually bought some baking powder and baking soda less than an hour ago! lol

I'm curious now about corn bread stuffing.

I've never made corn bread....it's not common here..

But, it might make an interesting change for Christmas dinner.


Thats the spirit Fash! Trying something new! You could always do two small batches of each. Stuffing goes great with leftovers for the next several days after lol.

I put some stuffing in the turkey cavity and some in tinfoil..

I could put corn bread in the tin foil and brown bread stuffing in the turkey or I could even mix the two..

I'll find a corn bread recipe first.


There ya go! Brown in the bird! :laugh:

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 Post subject: Re: What's Cooking?
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Blazor wrote:
Fashionista wrote:
Blazor wrote:
Fashionista wrote:
Blazor wrote:
kiebers wrote:
Shen Li wrote:
kiebers wrote:
Fashionista wrote:
kiebers wrote:
LOL...it's the only kind of dressing I have ever really had at Thanksgiving or Christmas. I have had the stove top bread stuffing and it's not bad for stuff the rest of the year. But here in Texas, cornbread stuffing is all I have ever had.

I make a basic stuffing with diced celery, onion, potatoes, sage, poultry seasoning, garlic puree, butter and of course whole wheat bread.

Pretty much the same recipe just with cornbread. Next time I will cut back on cornmeal and add more flour for less density.

Kiebs, does it make it taste sweet? :yuk:

No not at all. No sugar used. I don't care much for the sweetened variety. There was a slight buttery taste from the stick of butter in it. Just 6 ingredients. Corn meal, flour, eggs, milk, salt and butter. All I had was self rising flour, otherwise, I would have put baking powder and soda in it.


I actually like sweet cornbread lol. But standard cornbread is fine with other things to like a nice bowl of beans.

I actually bought some baking powder and baking soda less than an hour ago! lol

I'm curious now about corn bread stuffing.

I've never made corn bread....it's not common here..

But, it might make an interesting change for Christmas dinner.


Thats the spirit Fash! Trying something new! You could always do two small batches of each. Stuffing goes great with leftovers for the next several days after lol.

I put some stuffing in the turkey cavity and some in tinfoil..

I could put corn bread in the tin foil and brown bread stuffing in the turkey or I could even mix the two..

I'll find a corn bread recipe first.


There ya go! Brown in the bird! :laugh:

Or mix brown bread and corn bread to make stuffing.

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 Post subject: Re: What's Cooking?
Unread postPosted: November 26th, 2019, 5:52 pm 
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Fashionista wrote:
Blazor wrote:
Fashionista wrote:
Blazor wrote:
Fashionista wrote:
Blazor wrote:
kiebers wrote:
Shen Li wrote:
kiebers wrote:
Fashionista wrote:
kiebers wrote:
LOL...it's the only kind of dressing I have ever really had at Thanksgiving or Christmas. I have had the stove top bread stuffing and it's not bad for stuff the rest of the year. But here in Texas, cornbread stuffing is all I have ever had.

I make a basic stuffing with diced celery, onion, potatoes, sage, poultry seasoning, garlic puree, butter and of course whole wheat bread.

Pretty much the same recipe just with cornbread. Next time I will cut back on cornmeal and add more flour for less density.

Kiebs, does it make it taste sweet? :yuk:

No not at all. No sugar used. I don't care much for the sweetened variety. There was a slight buttery taste from the stick of butter in it. Just 6 ingredients. Corn meal, flour, eggs, milk, salt and butter. All I had was self rising flour, otherwise, I would have put baking powder and soda in it.


I actually like sweet cornbread lol. But standard cornbread is fine with other things to like a nice bowl of beans.

I actually bought some baking powder and baking soda less than an hour ago! lol

I'm curious now about corn bread stuffing.

I've never made corn bread....it's not common here..

But, it might make an interesting change for Christmas dinner.


Thats the spirit Fash! Trying something new! You could always do two small batches of each. Stuffing goes great with leftovers for the next several days after lol.

I put some stuffing in the turkey cavity and some in tinfoil..

I could put corn bread in the tin foil and brown bread stuffing in the turkey or I could even mix the two..

I'll find a corn bread recipe first.


There ya go! Brown in the bird! :laugh:

Or mix brown bread and corn bread to make stuffing.


Hmmm, I dont know if I would go that route, they are each unique. Stuffing, and corn bread, are different to me. Then again, we are suppose to accept cross genders and races, so interracial bread should be no different :laugh:

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 Post subject: Re: What's Cooking?
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Blazor wrote:
Fashionista wrote:
Blazor wrote:
Fashionista wrote:
Blazor wrote:
Fashionista wrote:
Blazor wrote:
kiebers wrote:
Shen Li wrote:
kiebers wrote:
Fashionista wrote:
kiebers wrote:
LOL...it's the only kind of dressing I have ever really had at Thanksgiving or Christmas. I have had the stove top bread stuffing and it's not bad for stuff the rest of the year. But here in Texas, cornbread stuffing is all I have ever had.

I make a basic stuffing with diced celery, onion, potatoes, sage, poultry seasoning, garlic puree, butter and of course whole wheat bread.

Pretty much the same recipe just with cornbread. Next time I will cut back on cornmeal and add more flour for less density.

Kiebs, does it make it taste sweet? :yuk:

No not at all. No sugar used. I don't care much for the sweetened variety. There was a slight buttery taste from the stick of butter in it. Just 6 ingredients. Corn meal, flour, eggs, milk, salt and butter. All I had was self rising flour, otherwise, I would have put baking powder and soda in it.


I actually like sweet cornbread lol. But standard cornbread is fine with other things to like a nice bowl of beans.

I actually bought some baking powder and baking soda less than an hour ago! lol

I'm curious now about corn bread stuffing.

I've never made corn bread....it's not common here..

But, it might make an interesting change for Christmas dinner.


Thats the spirit Fash! Trying something new! You could always do two small batches of each. Stuffing goes great with leftovers for the next several days after lol.

I put some stuffing in the turkey cavity and some in tinfoil..

I could put corn bread in the tin foil and brown bread stuffing in the turkey or I could even mix the two..

I'll find a corn bread recipe first.


There ya go! Brown in the bird! :laugh:

Or mix brown bread and corn bread to make stuffing.


Hmmm, I dont know if I would go that route, they are each unique. Stuffing, and corn bread, are different to me. Then again, we are suppose to accept cross genders and races, so interracial bread should be no different :laugh:

I don't know if I would do that, but I would like to make a little corn bread stuffing.

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 Post subject: Re: What's Cooking?
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That goes without saying.

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 Post subject: Re: What's Cooking?
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Blazor wrote:
Fashionista wrote:
Blazor wrote:
Fashionista wrote:
Blazor wrote:
Fashionista wrote:
Blazor wrote:
kiebers wrote:
Shen Li wrote:
kiebers wrote:
Fashionista wrote:
kiebers wrote:
LOL...it's the only kind of dressing I have ever really had at Thanksgiving or Christmas. I have had the stove top bread stuffing and it's not bad for stuff the rest of the year. But here in Texas, cornbread stuffing is all I have ever had.

I make a basic stuffing with diced celery, onion, potatoes, sage, poultry seasoning, garlic puree, butter and of course whole wheat bread.

Pretty much the same recipe just with cornbread. Next time I will cut back on cornmeal and add more flour for less density.

Kiebs, does it make it taste sweet? :yuk:

No not at all. No sugar used. I don't care much for the sweetened variety. There was a slight buttery taste from the stick of butter in it. Just 6 ingredients. Corn meal, flour, eggs, milk, salt and butter. All I had was self rising flour, otherwise, I would have put baking powder and soda in it.


I actually like sweet cornbread lol. But standard cornbread is fine with other things to like a nice bowl of beans.

I actually bought some baking powder and baking soda less than an hour ago! lol

I'm curious now about corn bread stuffing.

I've never made corn bread....it's not common here..

But, it might make an interesting change for Christmas dinner.


Thats the spirit Fash! Trying something new! You could always do two small batches of each. Stuffing goes great with leftovers for the next several days after lol.

I put some stuffing in the turkey cavity and some in tinfoil..

I could put corn bread in the tin foil and brown bread stuffing in the turkey or I could even mix the two..

I'll find a corn bread recipe first.


There ya go! Brown in the bird! :laugh:

Or mix brown bread and corn bread to make stuffing.


Hmmm, I dont know if I would go that route, they are each unique. Stuffing, and corn bread, are different to me. Then again, we are suppose to accept cross genders and races, so interracial bread should be no different :laugh:

Corn bread stuffing sounds really good.

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 Post subject: Re: What's Cooking?
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I want ramen tonight.

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 Post subject: Re: What's Cooking?
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I want to make something vegetarian tomorrow, not sure what.

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 Post subject: Re: What's Cooking?
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Fashionista wrote:
I want ramen tonight.


I been craving Ramen too lately lol, but still havent had some.

Last night I had a couple pot pies.

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 Post subject: Re: What's Cooking?
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Blazor wrote:
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I want ramen tonight.


I been craving Ramen too lately lol, but still havent had some.

Last night I had a couple pot pies.


You should eat better

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 Post subject: Re: What's Cooking?
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Berry Sweet wrote:
I want to make something vegetarian tomorrow, not sure what.

If you want to look through this thread, I've posted vegetarian meal ideas.

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 Post subject: Re: What's Cooking?
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Dinky Dianna wrote:
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I want ramen tonight.


I been craving Ramen too lately lol, but still havent had some.

Last night I had a couple pot pies.


You should eat better


Oh I know, but those pot pies were only .39 cents each lol.

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 Post subject: Re: What's Cooking?
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Blazor wrote:
Dinky Dianna wrote:
Blazor wrote:
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I want ramen tonight.


I been craving Ramen too lately lol, but still havent had some.

Last night I had a couple pot pies.


You should eat better


Oh I know, but those pot pies were only .39 cents each lol.

They have to be healthy.
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 Post subject: Re: What's Cooking?
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I had the margarita flatbread at OJ's today. It was so so.


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 Post subject: Re: What's Cooking?
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Velvet wrote:
I had the margarita flatbread at OJ's today. It was so so.

That's good to know.

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