Tuesday, November 6, 2012

Mrs. Cubbisons stuffing review (and a giveaway)



This upcoming Thanksgiving will be the first Thanksgiving that I will be doing; I’m taking over the mantle. It’s time to step into the world of hosting a holiday; we normally would rotate families my parent’s one year and my husband’s Aunt the next. 


Well last year right before Thanksgiving my husband’s Aunt passed away and that threw a monkey wrench into plans, my in-laws had just planned to eat out and we went to my parent’s for dinner. Well when all the restaurants they had planned to go to turned up closed they settled for Thanksgiving dinner at McDonalds, that didn’t sit well with my husband and he volunteered us for hosting duties, he really felt bad about it and it really bothered him so I agreed and now I have to cook things I’ve never cooked before!

One of those food items is stuffing, I’ve eaten plenty of it but it’s something I normally don’t include into our regular dinner rotation. This review couldn’t have come at a better time because we didn’t want to do the traditional stuffing in a box brand; we wanted to have something better. What am I talking about? Mrs. Cubbison’s stuffing , this is some seriously good stuffing. I’ve done a trial run of making things to get it right, so we sat in Sunday waiting for Hurricane Sandy to hit us and we had dinner that included Mrs. Cubbison’s Corn Bread Stuffing.


 I’m a sucker for corn bread, I love it and I really never met a corn bread I didn’t like. I can’t wait to make this again for Thanksgiving, this stuffing is going to be a hit because it’s so good it’s seasoned perfectly and isn’t dry. There is nothing worse than dry stuffing! And something other than the taste that I liked was the fact it took me less than 10 minutes of prep time and only took me 10 minutes to cook. Quick and easy and bursting with flavor, what more could I want?
Today (Monday) while Sandy was bearing down on us I made Classic Stuffing; this stuffing is made with traditional stuffing bread but like the cornbread flavored perfectly and moist. When we go to the store to pick up what we need for our feast right at the top of my list is Mrs. Cubbison’s Cornbread Stuffing, thankfully many store’s around here carry their products and as soon as this Frankenstorm leaves us and life returns to normal we’ll be headed out to pick up some more. If you want a tasty, easy to make, moist and flavorful stuffing this Thanksgiving head out and pick up Mrs. Cubbison’s stuffing it’s better than all the rest. Make sure to check out some great Thanksgiving recipis and more at Thanksgivingtips.com







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Disclosure: The reviews and or opinions on this blog are my own opinions . I received stuffing to review. No monitory compensation was received. I was not required to write a positive review. Your experience may differ. The opinions I have expressed are my own I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commissions 16 CFR Part 255: Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsement and Testimonials in Advertising .

53 comments:

  1. A simple lemon garlic roasted turkey with honey maple glaze :)

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  2. I love Crock Pot Chicken and Dressing
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  3. dressing made inside the bird debbie jackson
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  4. My brother makes a fantastic saugage stuffing that I love.
    Thanks so much
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  5. Stuffing is both a family recipe and tradition; i've been helping my grandfather prepare it every Thanksgiving for as long as I can remember.


    -Racheal S.

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  6. I love sweet potatoes with marshmallows and maple syrup made by my dad.
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  7. fave trad. is turkey and family get together

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  8. The dressing and gravy is my favorite(my Mom's dressing recipe)!
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  9. HORTON111@AOL.COM

    PUMPKIN PIE WITH VANILLA ICE CREAM

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  10. The weekend before Thanksgiving we get together and make homemade tamales. Last year we did about 100 dozen.

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  11. My favorite Thanksgiving tradition is making Turkey cookies with the kiddos the day before.

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  12. My favorite has to be my big, buttery, decadent yeast rolls that I make only for Thanksgiving.

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  13. I definitely always make yams for Thanksgiving!

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  14. I love making Thanksgiving dinner with my mom
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  15. Dressing made in the crockpot. So easy and tasty!

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  16. Tradition - hate to say this, but we normally eat at a restaurant

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  17. A Tradition here is that the men have to do the dishes after dinner!

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  18. Pecan pie with vanilla ice cream is my favorite Thanksgiving food!

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  19. Classic pumpkin pie with cool whip. Only time in the year we use Cool Whip

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  20. I luv my Hubbies Pumpkin pie...he makes it from scratch including growing the pumpkins...YUM!

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  21. I order our meal from cracker barrel so I don't have to cook.

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  22. Our Traditions are completely and totally traditional!! LOL We do Turkey, stuffing, gravy, sweet potatoes, and the ever beloved Green Bean and french fried onion dish! And pumpkin pie... yum.

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  23. Sweet potato casserole is a tradition at our table.

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  24. We have a very traditional dinner: turkey, gravy, mashed potatoes, cranberry sauce, corn, and biscuits. Our only "tradition" of sorts is his 'n' her cranberry sauce. My husband will only eat fresh-made cranberry sauce. I prefer the cranberry jelly from a can ("Just like the kind mom always opened!") So we each have our own sauces each year.

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  25. just being with family and friends

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  26. My favorite is our family recipe for cornbread dressing.

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  27. I love the crispy skin off the turkey and fresh cranberries!!

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  28. My grandma's New England sausage and sage stuffing!

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  29. Pecan Pie, family recipe, I've been making it for 20 years :)

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  30. We also make ham and pan gravy.

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  31. broccoli casserole is my favorite dish at Thanksgiving

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  32. i make homemade stuffing every year
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  33. Simple bread stuffing is my favorite recipe.

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  34. The Pumpkin Pie is always my favorite. ladyvon at grm dot net

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  35. Corn bread stuffing is my favorite Thanksgiving recipe

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  37. We heart Mom's and Grandma's stuffing!

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  38. we always watch the macys parade every year..love the awesome floats

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  39. Yams cooked with butter, honey, and spices.

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  40. raffle won't come up again so seeing if I put my comment here will help follow on networked blogs carol lewis

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  41. MY moms homemade stuffing is my favorite recipe. YUM

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  43. Spending time with the family is my favorite part.

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  44. My mom makes amazing stuffing! I think she uses magic or something. Lieutcrunch27 (at) gmail (dot) com

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  45. my stepmother makes a broccoli casserole that is excellent

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  46. My homemade apple pies with glazes crust!

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  47. I love my son's sweet potatoes with marshmallows, pineapples, and raisins wilcarvic
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  48. Our favorite tradition is enjoying a movie after we eat our delicious Thanksgiving meal

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  49. My favorite recipe is Roast Turkey with Cornbread Stuffing. garrettsambo@aol.com

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