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Potato Soufflé

Bungalow Chef’s Rosemary Potato Soufflé

If you keep up with my Recipe Revival blog you know that Thanksgiving dinner is my favorite meal of the year. Full of culinary traditions and flavorful memories, we all step out of our weekday routine and create the ultimate family feast on this special Thursday in November. Whether you’re a turkey aficionado, dressing devotee […]

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Beef Bourguignon and Potato Soufflé … A Romantic Valentine’s Day Duo Indeed!

Beef Bourguignon is an easy, classic and delicious meal for special occasions like Valentine’s Day. I suggest you make this a day ahead then reheat it so the flavors come to their full bloom. When I a kid I wasn’t particularly interested in sports as I lacked two important physical components…speed and coordination. (If you’re imagining […]

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Cinnamon Candied Apples

As a child, going to the carnival or county fair was always a treat. While most kids went for the thrill of carny rides like Tilt-A-Whirl, Enterprise, Ferris Wheel, or Bumper Boats, I went for the interesting foods at these seasonal events. Here in the Midwest you would always find Cinnamon Candied Apples at the […]

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Holiday Sugar Cookies

Holiday Sugar Cookies always conjure up great food memories for me. I remember the incredible production line in Mother’s aqua faux “Colonial Kitchen” in our Mid-Century home down the street from the bungalow I live in today. From mixing the dough, rolling, cutting, baking and decorating cookies, Great Grandma Rose, Grandma Esther, Aunt Diane, my […]

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Marching on to the Best Pie Crust Ever!

I have many friends that shy away from crafting a homemade pie, due to the complexity of making a crust. This story and recipe is for them. Now, march to it and start making great pies that make great memories. It’s definitely worth the effort..which isn’t that much. My Great Grandmother Schade, famous for her […]

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Classic aparagus soup

Cream of Asparagus Soup

After the long cold winter, a sure sign of spring are the little pips pushing through the barren earth. And with me being a bit Dutch, tulips always put a smile on my face. While the flowers of spring bring joy to so many homeowners, chefs sing a song of delight as the first local […]

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