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So have a bird on the rotisserie, going to do a big batch of veg on the Traeger, but know what the highlight of this meal is going to be?

Stovetop muthafukin' stuffing!
Jesus, I’m just reliving the amount of shit I got over feeding the kids Rice a Roni.
 

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Can't compare the two! Stovetop is actually awesome stuff. Even America's Test Kitchen says it's the shizznit.
 

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My GO-TO beef stew recipe.

I follow the directions to a T and it always comes out very good. No need to change/add anything. Highly recommend.
 

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Love me some stove top.
 

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My GO-TO beef stew recipe.

I follow the directions to a T and it always comes out very good. No need to change/add anything. Highly recommend.
That does look really bland though. No braising liquid other than stock, no umami, no acidity, no garlic. Dried herbs and four (!) stock cubes.

Would be greatly improved with the addition of a glass of nondescript red table wine or malty brown ale, tomato puree and garlic. Mushrooms and worcestershire sauce if you like them.
 

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Can't compare the two! Stovetop is actually awesome stuff. Even America's Test Kitchen says it's the shizznit.
What I love to do for Christmas and Tgiving is get the Pepperidge Farm or whatever is the "good" dressing and just a simple softening of aromatics, lots of butter (with a little extra) and then some stock. I will eat that every day and not give a fuck.
 

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Saute off some good sausage with onions and celery, mix in. Heaven.
 

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Saute off some good sausage with onions and celery, mix in. Heaven.
Bro. This is the type of shit that I would mainline, become a fatty again as a result, and not give a shit that it happened.
 

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All rolled and tied up now. Can’t wait to slice into this for dinner.

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That does look really bland though. No braising liquid other than stock, no umami, no acidity, no garlic. Dried herbs and four (!) stock cubes.

Would be greatly improved with the addition of a glass of nondescript red table wine or malty brown ale, tomato puree and garlic. Mushrooms and worcestershire sauce if you like them.

It's really not.

Of course it could be improved with the addition of loads of other ingredients. I happen to find a recipe that is easy/filling and has lots of flavor.
 

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