Author Archives: Applewood Foods Catering

A Summer Relish

My brother Joe caught some nice bass at my parents this past weekend and we went home with a few fillets. The normal procedure is to beer batter and fry them, but I thought I might try something a little … Continue reading

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Bread….better with beer.

I am not usually a hoppy beer drinker–I know, all the cool kids are doing it, but it just isn’t for me. I think it might be my overdeveloped sweet tooth. The bitter just isn’t pleasing. But no matter, I … Continue reading

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Pasta, Pasta, Pasta!!!

Guest blogger: Joseph Bookwalter I recently bought a bright red¬†imperia pasta maker at an estate sale, I have always wanted one, and 30 bucks seemed pretty reasonable to me. This purchase has lead to pasta gluttony! Making your own noodles … Continue reading

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Curried Tur(duck)key Soup

Due to a Lenten sacrifice of reading (with the exception of cookbooks and travel books,) I have been exploring old recipes and finding cookbooks that I’ve never even opened! I know I’m not the only one. In one called “Maine … Continue reading

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soupe de poireaux artichauts aux champignons

The first party I ever planned and hosted was for my college graduation from Indiana University. I still have the grocery and prep list tucked in the cookbook where I found the following recipe for “Goose soup” I don’t even … Continue reading

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Pizza Thursday

At our house we have been making pizza on Thursdays for…a few years now! Wow. That qualifies as a tradition, right?¬† I originally got a dough recipe online, but I have adjusted it so many times that I can’t remember … Continue reading

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Super Bowl dessert

Around the time the Bears won the super bowl in ’86 we denominated “super bowl dessert.” Our family watched the game each year with our neighbors, The Fultz’s, and Brenda always brought the dessert. It was quite a novelty for … Continue reading

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