harold, chris, and kumar go to white castle
note: originally published last year, 'round this time...
i picked up the nickname mo' gravy at some point in my youth, so thanksgiving is a very big day for me. and 2006 was the year i finally attempted the famous white castle stuffing recipe. dee-licious.
you can find instructions to produce a very solid baseline version here, but how 'bout we take it up a notch? imagine combining in a single dressing the formidable powers of both jimmy dean pork sausage and white castle slyders. well, rookie's recipe has it all:
* Seasoned Stuffing - 1 large bag croutons or a loaf bread cut in cubes
* 1 package of mild Pork Sausage
*1 lb hamburger
*1 onion chopped
*5 stalks celery chopped
*4 cups Chicken Broth
*Four White Castle Hamburgers (crumbled, I prefer no pickle).
Brown the meat.
Mix ingredients and meat.
Sage to taste.
covered at 325 degrees about 45 minutes.
mmm, mmm, mmm! if yer not serving (my) kids, you can toss a li'l frozen spinach n' garlic in there as well. in light of my long experience with white castles, i'm guessing that you won't be thanking me in the morning. still, can you imagine how great this will taste once you pour a little gravy on it? dang.