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Recipe Box, Cornbread and Wild Rice Chicken & Mushroom Stuffing

Start with some cooked chicken, grilled, roasted or rotisserie…

Cube cornbread

I used deli cornbread but you can make your own

Saute onions and celery… 456 more words

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Triple mushroom chicken

This recipe is well and truly a mushroom explosion, and I defy you to try and incorporate more of our fungal friend.

You could use field mushrooms for the stuffing and sauce (or any kind, really), however the porcini dust, or ground porcini, is an important element and you will need this for all three components. 533 more words


Eat at Home Every Night for a Month Day 4: Baked Pork chops with Stuffing


Last night for dinner I decided to pull out some boneless pork loin chops I bought in bulk at Sam’s Club. 369 more words


Mushroom Stuffed Pork Loin

Yum! This is one of my favorites. I love mushrooms and just about every part of the pig.  What to do?  Take some pig and stuff it with mushrooms, bread crumbs & butter.  281 more words


Mushroom Stuffing, Raw Food Style

With this recipe I invite you to rethink your thanksgiving dishes. Stuffing is a favorite on many a table but this version (in which I promise I’m not trying to fool you into thinking it is anything like its doughy counterpart) is fresh and really truly interesting on the palate and plate. 386 more words


Vegan Mushroom Stuffing with Sage

I am just way too excited about the holidays. We were supposed to go to a pot luck this week that was themed Favorite Fall Treats, and while I’m sure everyone else thought pumpkin pie and pumpkin cookies and everything else pumpkin, the first thing that came to my mind was stuffing. 480 more words


Traditional American Thanksgiving Prep

Let’s be honest here.  While everyone claims to love the holidays, most of us would be thrilled to escape the additional family time.  It is inordinately stressful having more people than usual in the house, making sure that everything is clean and presentable, that everyone is well-taken care of, keeping an eye out to make sure the kids aren’t rubbing cranberry sauce into the cat, not tripping over the dog (who, of course, is strategically placed for all foods dropped) while pulling the turkey out of the oven, and locking up the liquor cabinet from that one obnoxious uncle whom everyone can count on for inappropriate toasts at the dinner table.  790 more words