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NASA's Recipe for Space Cornbread Dressing

Space Food: From Squeeze Tubes To Celebrity Chefs
A Thanksgiving day meal fit for an astronaut: NASA-packaged smoked turkey, cornbread dressing, strawberries, tea w/sugar and as-flown cranberry sauce spread. (Image credit: <A HREF="http://www.collectspace.com">collectSPACE.com</A>.)

Ingredient%Amount (g)
Cornbread, prepared, crumbled39.50869.0012 cups
Chicken broth40.90899.803 3/4 cups
Onions, chopped10.47230.342 1/2 cups
Celery, chopped6.15135.301 1/2 cups
Butter, unsalted2.5255.441/4 cup
Salt0.204.403/4 tsp.
Poultry seasoning0.112.421 1/4 tsp.
Black pepper0.071.541/2 tsp.
Parsley flakes, dried0.040.882 tsp.
Sage, rubbed0.040.881 tsp.
Total100.002200.00

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