Stuffing or Dressing?

Okay, let’s keep this Thanksgiving theme going. Here’s a little poll for ya’ll to take. I want to know what your family calls that bread dish most of us love — Dressing or Stuffing?

6 thoughts on “Stuffing or Dressing?

  1. It’s always stuffin’ whether it was stuffed in the bird or not. Dressing is what you do in the morning. šŸ™‚
    I always had a problem with “dressing” the bird – sounded too kinky!

  2. I call it whatever its called on the menu at the restaurant I’m at. As far as I’m concerned, cooking turkeys is a job best left to professionals.
    I used to think the same thing, but it tastes better when I do it (even though I’m not a big fan of turkey) – thanks for visiting

  3. Dressing. Stuffing is what you put up the birds butt. Never have liked that thought!
    oh puleeze – we ALL grew up with turkeys that had stuffing/dressing crammed into their body cavities and we loved it! Now we bake the dressing/stuffing separately coz we’re all a bunch of salmonella-fearful wusses. Dressing tastes better when it’s cooked inside the turkey. šŸ˜€

  4. OK, I did not vote because it was/is both. In the butt, stuffing, in the pan, dressing. Best made with cornbread, and smothered in giblet gravy. My Momma is a southern bell šŸ™‚
    Now I have to go get my sermon done.

    MH…I’m a southern gal, but I don’t like cornbread as the basis of my stuffin’/dressing — it needs to be plain old stale white bread. Different strokes, etc. BTW, please don’t use the word, ‘butt’ in your sermon… šŸ˜€

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