You love stuffing. It's a fact. You voted stuffing the winner of last year's Thanksgiving Side Dish Deathmatch, after all. So why don't you make sure you make the best stuffing of all this year?

With a plethora of Thanksgiving dinner recipes from which to choose, sometimes stuffing gets lost in the shuffle. If you want to step things up from the boxed version, try these 21 delicious homemade takes.

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  • Stuffing-Stuffed Brisket

    Brisket is probably the food we eat the most around Jewish holiday tables. For Thanksgivukkah, we stuffed a brisket with Thanksgiving stuffing, then cooked it low and slow for hours until it was meltingly tender. <br><br> <strong>Get the <a href="http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/11/18/stuffing-stuffed-brisket_n_4296955.html" target="_blank">Stuffing-Stuffed Brisket</a> recipe</strong>

  • Latke Gratin

    Latkes on Hanukkah are non-negotiable, so we found a way to make them Thanksgiving appropriate and also even more delicious. <br><br> <strong>Get the <a href="http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/11/18/latke-gratin_n_4297284.html" target="_blank">Latke Gratin</a> recipe</strong>

  • Green Bean Casserole With Schmaltz And Gribenes

    As garlic and tomatoes are to Italian cooking, schmaltz and gribenes are to Jewish cooking. Schmaltz is chicken fat, and it's the preferred cooking fat for most traditional Jewish dishes (both matzoh balls and chopped liver are a shadow of themselves without it). This green bean casserole incorporates both silky, rendered schmaltz and the crispy, impossible-to-stop snacking-on fried chicken skin bits that result from making it -- gribenes (pronounced grib-eh-ness). <br><br> <strong>Get the <a href="http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/11/18/green-bean-casserole-with_n_4296629.html" target="_blank">Green Bean Casserole with Schmaltz and Gribenes</a> recipe</strong>

  • Thanksgivukkah Doughnuts

    Sufganiyot (Hebrew for jelly doughnuts) are a traditional Hanukkah dessert because they get fried in oil. Stuff them with cranberry sauce and pumpkin pie filling, and you've got Thanksgivukkah magic.<br><br> <strong>Get the <a href="http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/11/18/thanksgivukkah-doughnuts_n_4297283.html" target="_blank">Thanksgivukkah Doughnuts</a> recipe</strong>