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I absolutely LOVE this recipe!!! I made this a few years ago for Thanksgiving and decided to make it again this year. It's so simple to make and has so much flavor! I made it exactly as the recipe states. This one is a keeper for sure!

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kamgriz November 28, 2011

Awesome! I chopped my oysters so that every bite had a piece of oyster. It's delicious and not overly 'fishy' so everyone will love it. Thanx for sharing!

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*Parsley* November 23, 2011

If you like oyster dressing, you NEED to try recipe! It is wonderful! My wife is from the south, so we used cornbread for hers, and I'm a Chicagoan who grew up eating bread stuffing, so I chose the bread, but I have to confess: I liked the cornbread better! Thank you, Gigi, and thank you, Krsi Sue!!

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rothiii November 26, 2010

This is a very good recipe for an all time holiday favorite with most of my family (some prefer plain dressing, so I make both). <br/>We like our dressing really moist so I added 1 cup of organic chicken broth and an egg to the mix.<br/>Thank you for posting this!

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ThrasherC November 26, 2013

This was a great addition to our Thanksgiving meal. I was worried about using canned oysters, but after cooking them they tasted very tasty and almost melted in your mouth. I made this with whole wheat bread, which I cubed, and baked it in a separate pan.

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rpgaymer November 26, 2012

I just made this last night for Thanksgiving. I'm so pleased that I did! What attracted me to this recipe was the ease of making it (the recipe that I have is more difficult and not as tasty.)

I took the cornbread route (hey, I'm a southerner.) I noted that it used all the cornbread from my cast iron skillet, so that's easy to remember. I used a pint of fresh Apalachicola oysters (yum) and threw in some fresh mushrooms. Soooo good!!

The only thing I'll do differently next time is cut back on the salt. This is not the fault of the recipe: I bake my cornbread in bacon fat, so it's got a bit of saltiness already.

Thank you for posting this excellent recipe!

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kellsbella November 23, 2012

Awesome. Adding lots of the turkey pan drippings. I am making this one a tradition.

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smorrison March 19, 2008

Excellent! I prefer the small cove oysters in the can and more of them but that is a personal choice.If the oysters are cut minced, children will like the dressing. My kids were raised on it.

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Montana Heart Song February 12, 2006
Mom's Oyster Dressing/Stuffing