most people call this stuffing, but our family has always called it dressing. I have no idea ...
The best thing to do is to keep old bread heels and buns (that lone straggler in the pack) in a freezer bag. Just keep adding until you have enough.
My entire family LOVES this soup. Years of trial and error have gotten me to this recipe. I make it EVERY Thanksgiving evening so I can Black Friday shop without worrying about what everyone's eating. My college bound kids always take a vat of the soup back to their dorms.
Given to me by a friend who NEVER cooks anything, it doesn't get much easier than this.
These are great on the grill, but can be done in the oven too.
***I have altered cooking times as I see that they were too long and made sure to clarify that the bacon has to be cut into pieces and separated...
Passed down for several generations--our family has used this recipe for everything from cloverleaf rolls to fried bread. It also works as a loaf. If frying the dough, flour hands and pat into pancake size disks. Drop into 1/2" heated oil. Turn when browned. Slice open and serve with butter.
We fell in love with the carrots at the Cracker Barrel Restaurant. I made several attempts until I arrived at this version.
***I have altered this recipe after noticing a negative review and seeing that I had, in fact, miswritten the ingredients.