In our family, one of our Thanksgiving traditions is the years' long "feud" over the dressing/stuffing debate. It didn't really start until we moved to Tennessee from California back in '95. Before that, stuffing was always served with the turkey for Thanksgiving. Then we moved to the South, and I started hearing it called dressing. As the kids and their friends, (some of whom became my "adopted" kids) grew, and I started having pot luck Thanksgiving get togethers, the debate began. It's not stuffing it's dressing. No, it's not, it's stuffing. Every year there's an argument, albeit a good natured one. I typically send out a group email to all the family and spouses/significant others and friends who attend Thanksgiving. This year, the stuffing/dressing argument began early! Part of the email is to ask what each person is going to bring...and here we go! TERRY: I'll do dressing on one condition. Everyone agrees not to call it stuffing. GRAYSON: I for one can’t wait. Terry, it’s stuffing and it will forever be stuffing. Mom put me down for broccoli casserole; I’d say that torch has been effectively passed. (NOTE: I used to make the broccoli casserole till I taught my son how) RONNI: Terry, no promises. It's been stuffing for 60+ years, so it's pretty ingrained with this old bird. (hahaha...see what I did there?) Grayson, YES!!!! TERRY: There is a difference.... now stop being stupid! GRAYSON: You’re right, I’ll stop being stupid. Just make sure you bring that stuffing for thanksgiving. DEVIN: Y'all hush. It's delicious and it eats the same, no matter what you call it! And so it goes. This will go on till the day we eat. And the argument will continue through dinner, "pass the stuffing, here's the dressing, what is this called again"...and so on and so on. Just one of the many goofball things that is woven into our family lore. So...what do YOU call it????