Enjoyed very much, except I really didn't follow the recipe other than as a guideline for ingredients. I used roasted garlic (loaf) bread (from Costco) and mini baguettes which I cubed and toasted. Also used spicy Italian sausage, and nixed the liver/giblets. Included apples, cranberries, and some golden raisins because I didn't have enough cranberries. Cooked sausage first, then onions. Added celery to the onions with seasonings (used fresh as many other reviews suggested). After cooking for a while, I added the cranberries, raisins, and sausage back to the onion/celery mix and continued cooking, also added some chicken stock while cooking; added peeled, chopped apples later as I didn't want them to get too soft. When cooked to my liking, I mixed everything in with the bread cubes, adding in more chicken stock...really I just eyeballed it. I made way more than twice what the recipe calls for and I'm not much for measuring so I just went by taste, looks, and consistency. The dried fruit plumped a little with the moisture of the stock; like this a lot. Oh, also, this was made separate from the turkey so was not stuffed in it, but baked on its own. Baked at 350 covered with foil for about 30 min, then removed the foil for another 15-ish minutes. The family loved it and I will be making it again next Thanksgiving. Happy cooking, happy eating!
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Enjoyed very much, except I really didn't follow the recipe other than as a guideline for...