Often relegated to the Thanksgiving table, stuffing is versatile and tasty enough to be eaten any day, writes Julia Moskin. "Stuffing is one of the most forgiving, fragrant and inspiring dishes imaginable," she writes. "When made from scratch and seasoned right, it is rich, moist and savory, shot through with different textures and flavors that give cooks plenty of room to play. That basic amalgamation of starch, fat and aromatics is indisputably delicious."
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