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Classic sausage dressing becomes a luxe stuffing with the addition of meaty and briny oysters. Shucked oysters in the...

With rich and eggy challah bread, sweet chestnuts, tart apples and fresh herbs, this apple stuffing is especially del...

Hess Winery • February 2004

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With chopped meat, raisins and walnuts, this apple stuffing is practically a main course. Slideshow: More Stuffing R...

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Efisio Farris, the executive chef at Arcodoro in Houston, says that his mother used only eggplants from the first pic...

When you're making this dressing, it's essential to buy fresh oysters and shuck them on the same day. Be sure...

When Suzanne Goin was a child, making stuffing for the holidays was one of her first forays into cooking. "My mom alw...

When he was growing up, chef Sai Viswanath loved his mother's upma, a homey mix of old, torn-up sandwich bread an...

One of Grace Parisi's favorite sandwiches—the Reuben—inspired this hearty stuffing. The tangy rye, red cabbage and sm...

In this bread stuffing, Barbara Lynch relies on thick-sliced bacon and a mix of wild mushrooms to provide the robust,...

"Wild rice is too earthy for some of the people who come to my house for Thanksgiving, so I mix it with fragrant jasm...

Chef Dean Fearing's delicious twist on corn bread stuffing is a kind of chilaquiles, combining crispy fried torti...

Chef John Besh says, "This is the only dish worthy of both Thanksgiving and Christmas dinner at our house." W...

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