Photo of Aaron Hutcherson
Photo of Aaron Hutcherson

Aaron Hutcherson

Aaron Hutcherson is a graduate of the French Culinary Institute. He founded his blog, The Hungry Hutch, in 2009, and has worked as a food writer and recipe developer ever since. Follow his cooking and eating adventures @thehungryhutch.

Expertise: Home Cooking, Comfort Food, Black Foodways

Experience: Aaron Hutcherson is the founder of The Hungry Hutch, a food blog that has been nominated for awards from Saveur and IACP. Aaron is a writer and recipe developer for the Washington Post's "Voraciously". His work has also appeared in publications such as Food & Wine, tThe New York Times, Eater, Taste, Simply Recipes, Food52, and others.
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No matter what my plans end up being this year, I will be making my dressing.
While many seem to enjoy a yeast bread-based "stuffing" alongside their turkeys each November, my family always has cornbread "dressing" to eat with our bird. Each family and every individual cook has their own way that they like to prepare dressing, often following intuition rather than an exact recipe. But after years of my childhood spent helping my mother prepare it before venturing out on my own, this is the version that I'm happy to share with you.
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Sure, stocks from scratch are great, but chefs still love flavor-packed cubes and powders, especially now.
Charlotte Druckman’s Kitchen Remix is all about using pantry staples in new ways and learning why certain ingredients work well together.