POPSUGAR Food Thanksgiving Do You Stuff Your Turkey? by partysugar 11/24/09 0 Shares Like us on Facebook Sign up for our daily newsletter > Read More StuffingThanksgivingTurkeyPollHoliday Holiday The Easiest Edible Gift: Banana Nut Bread 100+ of the Best DIY Gifts Ever The Dessert You Never Knew Your Crockpot Could Make Your Friends Will Thank You For This DIY Spa Trio Thanksgiving Show Your Appreciation With This 7-Day Gratitude Challenge 25 Reasons You Should Date a Canadian, Eh Burgers and Pasta Salad Have You Overstuffed? Yoga to Ease Digestion How to Easily Crimp Pie Crust, in Pictures POPSUGAR, the #1 independent media and technology company for women. Where more than 75 million women go for original, inspirational content that feeds their passions and interests. Get inspired with our daily newsletter Love and Sex DIY Vegetarian Tech Food Home Sign up with By signing up, I agree to the Terms and to receive emails from POPSUGAR. What’s Your Reaction? Thanks for your reaction Don’t forget to share this with your friends! 0 0 0 0 0 0 0Reactions 5 years LOL...that bird looks bad! Kimpossible 5 years Yep and it's never come out greasy or gelatiny, nor is it ever undercooked. And I agree with doogirl, that turkey in the picture does not look appetizing at all. Kimpossible 5 years Yep and it's never come out greasy or gelatiny, nor is it ever undercooked.And I agree with doogirl, that turkey in the picture does not look appetizing at all. chiefdishwasher 5 years Grandma did it in the bird and so do I........stuffing comes out with more flavor and is moist! Always is gone before the dressing. NurseKimberly 5 years No Spectra 5 years Nope; we cook the stuffing separately so that the top gets nice and crispy. If you cook it in the bird it stays too wet. doogirl 5 years My family has never done the stuffing inside the bird, neither have my in-laws. But I bet it would be delicious! I bought myself a turkey and I may have to try stuffing it! BTW, why would you use a picture of a burned turkey for this thread? betty-kraker 5 years it freaks me out but i have never made a turkey but i have a chicken and its always over done i made everyone sick over chicken one time 5 years Not after seeing Alton Brown's turkey special where the turkey was cooked and the stuffing was not. Yuck. suziryder 5 years I've never cooked a turkey myself, but my mom always cooks her turkeys with her homemade stuffing inside. The turkey always tastes great and the stuffing is always savory and delicious, never greasy! Or gelatiny. bluebellknoll 5 years We also cook the stuffing in the bird and separately however once it's all done we mix them together. It makes the perfect texture. :) Soniabonya 5 years Happsmjc----Same here! We cook the sutffing in the bird and separately. Everyone battles for the stuffing in the bird. We slow cook our turkey and the stuffing comes out moist and rich with flavors of the turkey and the top of it crisps wondefully. I'm drooling just anticipating it . . . Happsmjc 5 years MMMM you betcha! (Have to disagree!) We stuff ours and also make some separately. Everyone always prefers the stuffing from inside the bird and in the pan with the turkey, so moist and yummy! Ours usually isn't greasy and we always cook our Turkey slowly so the time thing isn't an issue. Happsmjc 5 years MMMM you betcha! (Have to disagree!) We stuff ours and also make some separately. Everyone always prefers the stuffing from inside the bird and in the pan with the turkey, so moist and yummy! Ours usually isn't greasy and we always cook our Turkey slowly so the time thing isn't an issue. limelindsey 5 years Agree with both of you....it gets greasy and gross. I usually put carrots, onion, celery and orange halves inside the turkey. Stuffing is made separately. eshellmoyer 5 years it makes the bird take soooo much longer to cook and the stuffing comes out all gelatin-y. pass. Leilanic1 5 years i grosses me out. i have to make my stuffing separately. the only thing ive put inside the bird is onions and lemon.