Wednesday, December 01, 2010

Do You Have a Great Stuffing Recipe?

For years, my husband has made a fabulous stuffing every Thanksgiving and Christmas. It involved hot sausage and raisins and plenty of delicious taste … and fat.

He’s now on a healthy eating plan, plus we have some dear ones who don’t eat pork. For Thanksgiving, he tried out a new recipe involving oranges, which sounded great at the recipe level but turned out a bit sour. He added currants and raisins and some sugar, which brought it up to the level of palatable, but it fell short of his standards.

Do you have a great stuffing recipe that you can vouch for? Especially one that’s moderate to low in fat and doesn’t involve pork? I would love to have it, and I’ll share as many as I have space for with readers next month (assuming I receive some – hope hope!). Rather than post these, since they might run long and I might miss them, please email me at I hope we can find one for my husband to make this month for the holidays!

Meanwhile, I hope you’ll enjoy my December release, The Holiday Triplets. It’s book three of my Safe Harbor Medical series, but it stands alone, so you don’t need to have read the previous two (The Would-Be Mommy and His Hired Baby). There’s a fourth entry coming up in February, Officer Daddy.

Wishing you a great holiday season and a happy and healthy New Year, and I’ll look forward to hearing from you!


Leigh Duncan said...

Hmmmm, stuffing. Our house is divided into two camps--old fashioned, bread stuffing, and Grandma's cornbread dressing. Both recipes are very simple, nothing like your hubby's sausage and raisin stuffing, I'm afraid. We were invited to Thanksgiving dinner with friends & relatives this year...and there was no stuffing. So, I can't wait for the fab recipes.

Jacqueline Diamond said...

Thanks for posting, Leigh!

Estella said...

Am looking forward to the stuffing recipes. Hope there is one with no sage in it.

Lee McKenzie said...

Jacqueline, I would love to try different stuffing recipes, but my people only want classic bread stuffing, and lots of it! I make enough to stuff the turkey plus a casserole dish that gets baked on its own, then I mix the two together before serving.