RV Cooking Show – Aunt Lucy’s Thanksgiving Stuffing & 3 Hidden Gem National Parks/Monuments

November 18, 2010 by Evanne Schmarder · 14 Comments  
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Happy Thanksgiving readers!!

Growing up, this stuffing permeated my holidays. It’s the one we enjoyed when spending time with Aunt Lucy and her brood and, if we couldn’t be together that year, enjoyed at our house. It’s a staple at my Thanksgiving table all these years and miles later and one I’m not willing to compromise on. But that doesn’t mean you can’t. In fact, if it were up to my chile-lovin’ husband, we’d add roasted green chiles to this year’s batch (but not going to happen). Check out my “Additional Tips” on this episode’s webpage for ways to customize this dish or enjoy it like Aunt Lucy makes it. Either way, it’s delicious!

While the stuffing is cooking I’ll take you on a quick tour of something I’m mighty thankful for – three of my favorite lesser known National Parks/Monuments  – and I’ll offer my .02 on what’s not to be missed when visiting the parks. Check it out:

Make our Crockpot Turkey Breast – see the video here.

And don’t forget Mom’s Famous Thanksgiving Cranberry Sauce…yum!

FOR the ADVENTUROUS (or simply curious): Gourmet Trash Can Turkey

From all of us at the RV Cooking Show, we wish you and those you care about a memorable Thanksgiving holiday.


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PS – What do you call the Thanksgiving turkey stuffing? Stuffing or ??? Leave a comment…we’d all like to know :>

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14 Responses to “RV Cooking Show – Aunt Lucy’s Thanksgiving Stuffing & 3 Hidden Gem National Parks/Monuments”

  1. David Kniker on November 18th, 2010 6:18 pm

    I have been subscribed to the blog for some time, but every time I open it after receiving by e-mail the registration form comes up again and I have to close it out and it goes back to the e-mail which I have to click again to open the blog – it is annoying and time consuming – Can it be fixed?

  2. Gary on November 18th, 2010 7:03 pm

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  3. drod on November 18th, 2010 7:11 pm

    Thanks for the Stuffing Recipe. I seem to have inherited the cooking the last couple of years. And Wupatki… One of the BEST!. I think the only site with more Anasazi Ruins might be Chaco Canyon. And that’s a toss up. Wupatki may have more. I know atop one hill you can see eight past Pueblos.

    Thanks again,

  4. drod on November 18th, 2010 7:47 pm

    Guy’s I don’t know? Perhaps I’m doing something incorrectly. I don’t seem to have any trouble……?

  5. Evanne Schmarder on November 19th, 2010 4:58 pm

    drod – Delighted…I hope you enjoy Aunt Lucy’s stuffing. We’ve not yet made it to Chaco but that is most definitely on the “life list”. Wupatki seems to be missed by so many…and that’s too bad. Like you say… one of the BEST!

    Gary and David – I can’t speak to your issue (tho I know exactly what you mean) but I can send it up the flagpole. Consider that done…


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