This was absolutely fantastic! I never liked this dish (even my grandmother's Boston version) growing up. However, I wanted to bring something different to our neighbors' Thanksgiving and this was perfect. It seems like a lot of oysters when making the dish but the flavor is actually subtle. I used one of those big baking catering pans and it was perfect for a crowd of 30+. I have never ever seen an entire oyster stuffing gone. Everyone raved about it. Make sure you leave a sign out that it's oyster stuffing since it looks like cornbread stuffing. Avoid shellfish allergies. I made this exactly as it was stated except in the directions it mentions parsley. I didn't realize that was the celery until after I sauteed the onions. It didn't matter that I threw the chopped celery in with the rest of the ingredients in the end. Also, the hint on just using one pot worked out really well. I melted the butter, sauteed the onions in the butter. Pulled it off the stove, added the rest of the ingredients in the pot and transferred to a disposable catering pan baking dish. I baked it for 45-50 minutes max. This will become a staple for now on.
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This was absolutely fantastic! I never liked this dish (even my grandmother's Boston version)...