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Sausage

Sausage consists of ground meat and spices stuffed into some sort of casing. While ground meat is generally used, there are vegetarian sausages available. Grill, boil, bake, or fry sausage for some delicious eats anytime of day. There is breakfast sausage, sausage sandwiches, and Italian spicy sausage served with pasta. Yum! Chorizo sausage is native to Spain and Mexico. Fry some up with eggs and potatoes for a great breakfast meal. Make sure to drain off some of that grease though or use some chicken chorizo that is now available at many stores and is a lot less fat.

Sausage & Apple Dressing or Stuffing

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Let’s get this out of the way first. There is not a huge difference between Dressing & Stuffing, really it is just how you cook it. Dressing dresses the bird. It is baked in its own dish and dressing goes on the platter around the Turkey or is served in its own serving dish. Stuffing on the other hand stuffs the bird. It goes into the raw bird’s cavity and is baked inside of the bird. Yeah? Okay.

I have only ever made Cornbread Dressing. Same recipe each time with nothing too fancy. It is my tried and true recipe and is delicious. This time around I made a different type of dressing. It incorporates french bread, apples, and sage. Yummy! I love sage and the sweetness of the apple is so good on the palate. It is completely different than my Cornbread Dressing but in its own way good.

Delicious Rating: There are a couple of tweaks I will make to this easy recipe the next time I decide to cook it up. The flavor is incredible so the seasoning is on point. I would cut the bread up to even smaller pieces, maybe the size of croutons or smaller. The one major thing I didn’t like is that it isn’t as ‘together’ as Cornbread Dressing is. I like everything together on the fork, not falling apart at every chance. So I think that by making the bread smaller and using a couple of eggs as binders it will fix that! I’ll update it when I cook this recipe again.

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