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November 26, 2007



My mouth is watering :) Now I just have to figure out a Kosher version of the Dressing and we'll be set!

Stephanie Beack

Steve, I also made a vegetarian version (omitted the sausage) which I believe should still be kosher. It was excellent too. I would rather in hindsight, however, go with the best-quality vegetarian sausage you can find. Two favorites are: Morningstar Farms Meal Starters Sausage-Style Recipe Crumbles http://www.seeveggiesdifferently.com/product_detail.aspx?family=366&id=343 and Tofurky Italian Sausages http://www.tofurky.com/products/sausages.htm which I would cut up and crumble finely. Either of these are good choices as substitutes. Have fun!


Very jealous of that stove, and I actually do have a pretty cool stove, but yours is better! The dressing sounds great too.

Stephanie Beack

Kalyn, it really is dreamy. We're renting this house so I'm only "borrowing" it but wow, is it spoiling me! Will be hard to cook on other stoves again, I'm sure.


*gasp* Gorgeous... I am even more jealous of you than ever~! But what a beauty and I can't wait to benefit even more from your wonderful stove!!!

Stephanie Beack

Yvo, please don't be jealous, you are right and as I said above, we will ALL benefit from this stove, which is so inspiring to me. How's NYC? I'm missing it....


As one of the voters for the unanimous winner of Thanksgiving dinner, do not let fancy pictures of the stove, sway you from this recipe. Only politeness kept me from eating all the dressing leftovers the following day - good even cold.

Stephanie Beack

Carlene, I had no idea you were restraining yourself so much. No need for politeness, you could have had them all!

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