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It's Dressing. Not Stuffing. Love The South.
Nov 14/16

It's Dressing. Not Stuffing. Love The South. Posted by: Aaron Stearns | 1 Comment

With Thanksgiving right around the corner, it is time once again to bring to the forefront the most contested debate from the legacy of our forefathers.

Is it Stuffing or Is it Dressing?  Comment below on your vote.

In the bird out of the bird or always dressing, the lines become blurred on this delicious Thanksgiving mainstay. South of the Mason Dixon, the dish is always dressing, but many in the North insist it is always stuffing. Don't even get us started on the cornbread debate. At least no matter what it may be called, we can all agree on one thing - Its delicious.




Lori Fly on November 15 2016 at 01:48PM

I’ve always called it stuffing, not dressing. We grew up with oyster stuffing, but bread, never cornbread. I was born and raised in the South. I do not like cornbread dressing.. I recently heard that it’s called stuffing if its stuffed in the bird and dressing if it’s baked in a casserole outside the bird. I’ll probably always call it stuffing.


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