#InfamousArguments

Lynn and I have joked about including a segment in the show on “Infamous Arguments”.  We disagree on a lot of things, in the nicest possible way, of course. In fact, one of the things we disagree on is how much we actually disagree.

The small every day disagreements make life interesting.  For example, we are both fans of Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups. In fact, I’ll go out on a limb and say that we would absolutely accept sponsorship from Reese’s in the form of said product.  Where we disagree, though, is that I like the Reese’s Minis (they are less work to get to the actual candy with none of that pesky unwrapping), and Lynn likes the peanut butter/chocolate balance of the football/Easter Egg shape.

For the record, my husband doesn’t care for Reese’s in any form, so while he and I disagree, it works out okay because then I don’t have to share!

Anyway, in one of our guilds there is an #InfamousArgument about stuffing versus dressing for US Thanksgiving. What the difference is, which is better, etc.  Several of us, myself included, tap out with a resounding “Stove Top” answer. Lynn comes from a more adventurous culinary background and has Solid Opinions on the matter. At that point I usually just smile and nod and start thinking about Reese’s again.

I write all of this to introduce the concept of #InfamousArgument, and because Lynn said today she felt weird commenting on the blogs I write.  So, everyone, including Lynn, do you like the brownies at the edge of the pan, or brownies from the middle of the pan?

Author: Pam

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  1. I am a middle of the pan brownie person. I am a stuffing girl as well but since both of my children are now vegetarians I also make dressing now 🙂

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  2. Brownies from the edge, preferably corners. Easter egg Reese’s candy. Dressing.

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  3. Every respectable Southerner has Cornbread Dressing for Thanksgiving! Not stuffing, that is a Yankee dish, not that it is bad but nothing is better than Cornbread dressing just saying. And honestly for me Thanksgiving is all about the casserole. But dressing/stuffing aside the corner piece for the brownie is the best and it needs to be chewy without nuts. I agree on the love of Reese’s but the football ones or the Easter egg ones have more peanut butter and therefore are yummier. And just to clarify peaches are better than nectarines but you do need a freestone rather than the cling peaches. -lynn

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  4. I like brownies inside or out!!!

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  5. inside of the brownies, and stuffing from inside a turkey is gross!

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  6. My pick depends on the brownies. From a box, unfrosted would be edge or preferable corner. And 100% cool. Homemade, center especially if they are frosted.

    I love both stove top and homemade stuffing if it’s my grandmas recipe.

    I apologize for not commenting lately on other blog posts. Moving again has knocked the stuffing out of me. I have hundreds of posts in my feed. FB is my link to the world for now.

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  7. Gooey brownies … Stove Top Stuffing …and the most important infamous argument with dh is raw cookie dough

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  8. Definitely edge brownies and the corner is the best. I have a brownie pan that is called the edge pan. All the pieces will have edges or a corner.

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  9. Edges definitely! And stuffing in any shape or form, except no added meat product nor stuffing that touched any meat! For brownie edge people, there are bags of “brownie brittle” and it’s easy to eat the entire bag (not a good thing). Now I want some….

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    • LOVE the brownie brittle!!! especially the salted caramel!! AWESOME!!

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  10. Corner brownies and NO nuts, its dressing I tell you!

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  11. Middle of the pan and as I am from Germany neither dressing or stuffing for me. 😉

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  12. I like a little contrast in most parts of my life. So what’s contrast got to do with brownies? Those on the edge have just enough crunch that it satisfies my craving for contrast of texture.
    On the other hand if I want a luscious and smooth bite then I will go for the center cut.
    OK, why not admit it, I would probably just eat the whole batch!

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