I'm in Japan with some NASA folks and this morning (in a moment of recklessness) volunteered to cater Thanksgiving dinner for 100 people in a kitchen with no ovens. We're omitting turkey since we can't get that here anyway (Korean BBQ instead) and I'm planning on adapting versions of green bean casserole and sweet potato casserole. Where I'm stumped is stuffing. Anyone have any suggestions for me? It's not Thanksgiving without stuffing.
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