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The Great Stuffing Debate! 
Nov. 5, 2010 4:43 pm 
Updated: Nov. 14, 2010 12:57 pm
November brings the last of fall, the beginning of winter, and, most importantly for Foodies, Thanksgiving!

If your feast is for two or twelve, one dish that is always a must have is the stuffing. Join us at our office in Seattle for the Great Stuffing Debate Tweetup on Tuesday, November 9th! Before planning begins for your Thanksgiving feast, take some time to visit our office, meet other great Seattle foodies and Allrecipes members, and try out some tasty stuffing recipes!

Some of the great stations we'll have include: 
Stuffing Tasting Station
Pie Challenge Station
Wine and apps

We hope you can make on the 9th - but if not, we will be sure to post photos and a recap of winning recipes! 

Please RSVP using your Twitter account here: 
Nov. 14, 2010 12:57 pm
we have a tradition of stuffed turkey for thanksgiving and ham and a family favorite of crock pot dressing at christmas but we have changed that for a christmas breakfast so two dressings for one meal seems to much. what's your opinion. or can i stuff my turkey with the crock pot dressing instead. most of the cooking is done outside the slowv cooker anyway it just goes in the cooker to cook the flavores of the chicken into the cornbread could mixing it into a bowl and stuffing the turkey with it do the same thing. ooohhh sounds good please let me know post it here or email me thanks for the help
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