White Castle Slider stuffing

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Hungry Dog
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White Castle Slider stuffing - Sat, 11/17/12 9:35 AM
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hiya Guys,
   I heard someone talking about White Castle Slider Turkey stuffing or dressing?!?   Has anyone heard of it? Has anyone made it??  I understand it is very good!
 
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Re:White Castle Slider stuffing - Sat, 11/17/12 10:01 AM
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I made it once ... recipe was on the box or on the Internet ... it was ok ... still made mom's famous stuffing, but I'd bo the WC again.
 

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Re:White Castle Slider stuffing - Sat, 11/17/12 11:18 AM

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Re:White Castle Slider stuffing - Sat, 11/17/12 11:47 AM
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We had that once years ago. Guess what? It's pretty good.

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Re:White Castle Slider stuffing - Sat, 11/17/12 11:07 PM
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cavandre


From the horse's mouth (no pun intended)...
http://www.whitecastle.com/food/recipes/view/7-white-castle-turkey-stuffing

 
Wow, that sounds absolutely vile to me.  

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Re:White Castle Slider stuffing - Sun, 11/18/12 11:56 AM
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Pigiron, I agree with you.  I ate a slider ONCE and found it vile.  I would never put that on my Thanksgiving table or any other table for that matter!

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Re:White Castle Slider stuffing - Sun, 11/18/12 4:56 PM
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The slider has its place, but not on any Thanksgiving table in any way, shape or form!

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Re:White Castle Slider stuffing - Sun, 11/18/12 6:21 PM
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It's really just a basic stuffing recipe...I substitute country sausage and oysters in mine, but I bet you couldn't even tell it contained sliders once it had been cooked in the bird. Regardless, I'll never go there.

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Re:White Castle Slider stuffing - Sun, 11/18/12 6:47 PM
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Pancho


It's really just a basic stuffing recipe...I substitute country sausage and oysters in mine, but I bet you couldn't even tell it contained sliders once it had been cooked in the bird. Regardless, I'll never go there.
 
 'm sure you could tell-especially since I make oyster stuffing.

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Re:White Castle Slider stuffing - Sun, 11/18/12 8:32 PM
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You Southerners could substitute Krystals for the White Castles! Yummy!

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Re:White Castle Slider stuffing - Sun, 11/18/12 8:42 PM
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My son turns 22 on Thanksgiving Day. So my kids and their friends get to select something from the White Castle Thinking Outside the Box Cookbook.
 

 
*anything but the Castle Cobbler.
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Re:White Castle Slider stuffing - Mon, 11/19/12 12:21 PM
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The recipe was actually in the coupon section of our Sunday paper yesterday. I'll be nice and say I'll pass.

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Re:White Castle Slider stuffing - Mon, 11/19/12 2:11 PM
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Omit the celery and I'll give it a try...
 
...or maybe I'll just skip the turkey altogether and eat a dozen WCs instead.

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Re:White Castle Slider stuffing - Mon, 11/19/12 3:44 PM
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I'd take a visit to the White Castle (even the one with the bulletproof glass) on Thanksgiving before I had to have sweet potatoes under a marshmallow mountain.

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Re:White Castle Slider stuffing - Mon, 11/19/12 3:46 PM
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I don't do White Castle on Thanksgiving, but I always eat at the Waffle House on that day. I've been doing it for 30 years.

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Re:White Castle Slider stuffing - Mon, 11/19/12 4:59 PM
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ces1948


The recipe was actually in the coupon section of our Sunday paper yesterday. I'll be nice and say I'll pass.

Yeah, that's when I first saw it too.  I thought that was what had triggered this topic.   Sounds nasty to me!
 

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Re:White Castle Slider stuffing - Mon, 11/19/12 5:53 PM
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Michael Hoffman


I don't do White Castle on Thanksgiving, but I always eat at the Waffle House on that day. I've been doing it for 30 years.

 
Sounds better than turkey and dressing.  Way to go Michael.  If my daughter had not invited Roz, Mamaw and Sundancer, I would have enjoyed Waffle House.
 
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Re:White Castle Slider stuffing - Mon, 11/19/12 6:35 PM
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Oh, Waffle House is for breakfast or a lunch of a patty melt and some chili. Turkey and stuffing comes later.

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Re:White Castle Slider stuffing - Mon, 11/19/12 6:50 PM
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Patty melt! Love them!

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Re:White Castle Slider stuffing - Mon, 11/19/12 7:41 PM
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CCinNJ


I'd take a visit to the White Castle (even the one with the bulletproof glass) on Thanksgiving before I had to have sweet potatoes under a marshmallow mountain.

 
Marshmallows in my house are nothing but a yam delivery device. One thing I've learned after becoming a parent: a spoonful of sugar helps the medicine go down.  Translation: you do what you gotta do to get them to eat their veggies.  I hide vegetables in everything.  

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Re:White Castle Slider stuffing - Mon, 11/19/12 10:39 PM
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I snuck everything in juice and made them go be it and count until whatever number they knew....at that age. They only claimed the juice was broken when I went a little too heavy with parsley...or any grapefruit.

A wonderful new White Castle recipe debut for the Birthday....White Castle Banana Pepper Poppers. God help me.
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Re:White Castle Slider stuffing - Tue, 11/20/12 8:06 AM
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Pigiron


CCinNJ


I'd take a visit to the White Castle (even the one with the bulletproof glass) on Thanksgiving before I had to have sweet potatoes under a marshmallow mountain.


Marshmallows in my house are nothing but a yam delivery device. One thing I've learned after becoming a parent: a spoonful of sugar helps the medicine go down.  Translation: you do what you gotta do to get them to eat their veggies.  I hide vegetables in everything.  
Have you tried Red Garnet Yams? Much sweeter and better than the standard variety.

<message edited by Pancho on Tue, 11/20/12 8:07 AM>

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Re:White Castle Slider stuffing - Fri, 12/7/12 10:22 PM
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I've made it several times, its great but I won't make it anymore.  I just make hamburger stuffing.  And yes to above, the red garnet yams is what I use too for the sweet potato casserole.