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    #16
    Wishing you a fabulous Thanksgiving and a delicious meal.
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    Scottie Mom Barb

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      #17
      Good after noon. Not sure how I missed this forum all these years with MSQC but I did. Just at lunch so taking a few minutes to see if I can figure out how to use this. Chit Chat intrigues me....Have a great day and a Happy Thanksgiving all.

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      • chelea
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        Welcome from MA! You will have a great time here on the Forum. We're a friendly bunch!

      • Monique
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        Welcome from Canada.

      • SuzanneOrleansOntario
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        Welcome from Canada.

      #18
      Web sites can be difficult to navigate and sometimes we just have to stumble along. I'm glad you happily stumbled in here to meet us. Happy Thanksgiving and have a blessed sewing holiday
      success is walking from failure to failure with no loss of enthusiam
      Terry of NC

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        #19
        Chelsea, I don't put any meat in my stuffing so not sure on cooking time but I would think if you put it on low for an hour or two you wouldn't dry out the meat. I saute my onion and celery on the stove, then bring my chicken stock/ broth to a boil, add a bit of butter, and the stuffing mix, stir well then add the sauted onion and celery. I usually put it on low for an hour or two if it looks like it is getting too dry I add a bit more of the chicken stock/broth. I then turn it on the keep warm setting till we are ready to eat.
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        • JCY
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          I add sausage to my stuffing -- also water chestnuts, mushrooms. It's a wonderful treat when I go to the effort of making it. But since it's mostly bread, I have to be careful not to eat too much, because of my diabetes. What wonderful feasts we used to have when my parents still were alive & the family was home together. Fond memories.

        • chelea
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          Cathy, that's exactly how I make mine except I add the sautéed meats with the veggies. I'm going to give your method a try. I love any kind of stuffing...my MIL made it your way...so delicious. Joy, yours sounds yummy too.

        #20
        Oh Terry, the 2 hrs per day, just means I need to get motivated. Didn't mean for it to sound laborous. Now that the sewing room is cleaned up and organized, I'm hoping that will help.
        Karen
        Spring, TX

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