THE WINNER: Bobby Flay
This stuffing was seriously delicious. It was perfectly seasoned, browned on top, moist in the middle, and super savory. The sausage gave it a ton of flavor, and I will definitely be making it for my family this Thanksgiving. Get the recipe here.
SECOND PLACE: Martha Stewart
This recipe was exactly what stuffing should be. It was well-seasoned, visually pleasing, and perfectly old-school. If you want a classic (but delicious) stuffing, go with this beauty. Get the recipe here.
THIRD PLACE: Gwyneth Paltrow
This stuffing may have looked bland, but it tasted amazing. The combination of fennel and celery seeds gave it a ton of flavor, and I didn't miss the meat at all. It was perfectly browned, moist, and not too heavy. Get the recipe here.
FOURTH PLACE: Guy Fieri
I had high hopes for this stuffing, but it fell flat. There were a ton of delicious ingredients in it (focaccia, sun-dried tomatoes, pepperoni) but they just didn't come together. It was bland, soggy, and overall disappointing. Get the recipe here.
LAST PLACE: Gordon Ramsay
Maybe I'm ignorant when in comes to British cooking (and I acknowledge that), but to me this was a total flop. The texture was gritty, and it just wasn't something that I would want to eat. Get the recipe here.