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this stuffing was so great! being a vegetarian i did make some obvious substitutions: veg sausage and veg broth. mmmmm... my taste buds thank you.

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hlkljgk January 10, 2003

Kind of mild, my sausage was spicy enough to make up for it though and it turned out fine.

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Nyteglori October 17, 2007

Bev, I thought the flavors were really great, and I like the salty sausage and sweet apple combo. I think in the future I'd make it without the custard base because I like a dryer stuffing. Thanks for posting!

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Heather U. December 04, 2005

I wish I could say I loved it. It looked great, but tasted pretty bland. I followed the recipe except for using a bay leaf; I didn't have any. The texture was nice, but there just wasn't much "depth" to the flavor. I used mackintosh apples and bulk pork sage sausage.

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Welmoed Sisson December 26, 2004

Bev, great stuffing recipe, my family devoured it for Thanksgiving yesterday! I did add a couple of things to spice it up a bit as the DH loves the taste of sage. Here's what I added: 2T Sage (dried), 1T Salt, & a pinch of Cumin (ground). Other than that, this was a very good stuffing recipe. Will be making again! Thanks Bev.

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Chippie1 November 26, 2004
Apple and Sage Stuffing