Correct me if I’m wrong, but wasn’t 4th of July like, five minutes ago? I can’t believe it’s Thanksgiving week but I am SO excited! Thanksgiving is my favorite holiday; I don’t have to travel far, we can eat and drink as much as we want AND we don’t have to buy gifts for anyone. On top of that, as some who loves to cook, I really look forward to this holiday. The cooking, the grocery shopping, all of that stuff doesn’t stress me out and I actually look forward to it. It’s the best holiday.
While I’ve never hosted an actual Thanksgiving holiday, over the years I’ve hosted friends-givings or made my own mini Thanksgiving dinners before the actual day, just to try out different recipes (and to have leftovers for those famous day-after-thanksgiving-sammies.) Which is what Mike and I did this weekend, starting with this stuffing.
Stuffing is my all-time favorite Thanksgiving side and while I like to have a little bit of everything on Thanksgiving, I look forward to the stuffing most. Stove Top and I go way back and there was a time or two, (or a hundred) growing up that I would ask my mom to PUHLEASE just make me a box of stove top for dinner and call it a day. This is the first time I’ve made stuffing using fresh bread and it turned out great! Here is how I did it….