Now that it’s November, it’s time to start thinking about Thanksgiving. And by Thanksgiving, I mean stuffing.
I love stuffing – it’s by far my favorite part of Thanksgiving dinner – but I hardly ever think to make it. A few months ago, Jones Dairy Farm asked me to create a recipe for their brand-new stuffing site and I had a ton of fun coming up with (and testing!) some new stuffing ideas.
I decided that it would be fun to contribute a recipe with a regional spin, so I used ingredients that are classic New York: Rye bread, chestnuts, apples, and onions. (Did you know New York is a huge producer on onions? There was even a proposal a few years ago to make it our state vegetable.)
The site contains over 25 unique stuffing recipes, and each one looks better than the next. I see a lot of stuffing in my future! You’ll also find stuffing tips and a stuffing v dressing poll. (By this point, you obviously know what side I’m on. #TeamStuffing) While you’re there, don’t forget to download a coupon for $1 off two sausage rolls.
This post was sponsored by my client, Jones Dairy Farm. Thank you for supporting the brands that keep me inspired in the kitchen!