Paula Deen Stuffing Recipe

20 November 2012

This will be my first time making Thanksgiving Dinner by myself. My husband does not know how to cook at all and I'm still learning. lol. That said, he's going to be no help at all!


 So, I decided to try and make the Paula Deen Corn Bread Stuffing. I found this recipe on Food Network. It came out pretty good. I was hoping that it would. I figured if i made it early it would give me time to make it again just in case I did a bad job the first time. To my surprise the dressing taste very good!



This is my first time using a Paula Deen Recipe. I have some of her pots and pans. lol. Just never tried any of her "southern recipes". If your looking to try some new this year then be sure to click on my links and check out this recipe!

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11 comments:

  1. YUM! in my opinion, you can't go wrong with paula dean, cornbread, OR stuffing--- so i can't imagine the combo!! your blog is darling and we are following! xo chaseandem.blogspot.com

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    1. It came out so good. I can't wait for Thanksgiving to get here so we can eat it!

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  2. sounds like it would be great!!! thanks for linking up!
    Helene in Between

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  3. Sounds delicious..anything Paula usually is:)

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    1. Im such a Paula Deen Fan. I want to try one of her pies next.

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  4. I used a Paula Deen rub recipe for my pork steaks one time. It was wonderful. It had brown sugar in it, so it made it a little sweeter. I cooked the steaks very low and slow and the meat fell off the bone and melted in your mouth!!!

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    1. hmmm that sounds delicious. i might have to try that recipe soon

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  5. Paula seen has to be one of the greatest cooks! Even if she used to much butter lol

    New follower from http://fandaasailorsgirl.blogspot.com/

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    1. I love her recipes because they are southern style, so I feel like im eating food my mama cooked. Thanks for stopping by my blog. Im following you back!

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