No Thanksgiving table is complete without dressing. It's basically the same as stuffing, as it's a casserole of bread cubes, celery and herbs. In different regions of the country, however, it also contains other ingredients such as sausage, mushrooms or oysters. That's right -- oysters.
This may sound sacrilegious to some, but the concept of a seafood-based bread dish that's meant to accompany poultry just doesn't work in terms of flavor. Oyster dressing also relies on using fresh seafood, and if you use canned oysters, you'll just end up creating a dish that's a foul accompaniment to your fowl.