From the Diner’s Journal mailbag (that is, the comments section):It’s time to pull out the wonderful spiced stuffing recipe that appeared in The New York Times Magazine about 35 years ago under the headline “Boy, Is It Stuffed!” It’s from a long-forgotten novel called “Joe, the Wonderful Tennis Player.” My mother made it at the time, commenting that one would have to be pretty old to own all those spices. Boy, was it good! — David Platt, Falmouth, Me.David, here is that recipe. Adapted from the writer Morton Thompson and published in The Times in 1969, the recipe counted among its ingredients orange, crushed pineapple, pork and Tabasco sauce. Craig Claiborne, then the food editor, called it “one of the most bizarre recipes for stuffing ever printed,” recommending that cooks “searching for a stuffing with a difference might wish to give it a whirl.” If any readers do try the recipe, please be sure to report back with your results.The Dining staff is taking questions on Thanksgiving cooking, drinking, entertaining or any other holiday hurdles. Send us a message via Twitter at @nytimesdining using the hashtag #ThanksgivingQs, or post a question here. They will be answered in the coming weeks. Thanksgiving recipes, videos and more are here.