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Rudi’s Recipes: Chocolate Pecan Pie

Rudi’s Recipes: Chocolate Pecan Pie

Here is the last recipe for the Thanksgiving Dish Contest. It’s the perfect way to end your Thanksgiving meal… Here’s a terrific variation on one of the most popular holiday pies. Be sure to cut small slices — it’s rich. — Rudi Sodamin Chocolate Pecan Pie Yield: 12 servings INGREDIENTS Pie Crust: 1.5 cups all-purpose…   read more of “Rudi’s…”

Rudi’s Recipes: Roasted Shallot and Butternut Squash Soup

Rudi’s Recipes: Roasted Shallot and Butternut Squash Soup

Enjoy this next Thanksgiving recipe for our Thanksgiving Dish Contest! Roasted Shallot and Butternut Squash Soup Topped with Red Beet Crisps Yield: 8 Servings INGREDIENTS: Beet Crisps 1 large beet, peeled 1 cup vegetable oil Flaked sea salt Butternut Squash Soup 2 tablespoons unsalted butter 2 cups shallots, peeled and halved 4 cloves garlic, peeled…   read more of “Rudi’s Recipes:…”

Rudi’s Recipes: Cornbread and Sausage Stuffing

Rudi’s Recipes: Cornbread and Sausage Stuffing

Enjoy this next Thanksgiving recipe for our Thanksgiving Dish Contest! The cornbread stuffing is cooked in a separate pan, for convenience and to ensure a safe and fully cooked temperature. If you don’t like cornbread stuffing, this one will taste just as terrific made with cubes of dense white bread. Allow the bread to sit…   read more of “Rudi’s…”

Rudi’s Recipes: Roast Turkey, Giblet Gravy and Glazed Cranberries

Rudi’s Recipes: Roast Turkey, Giblet Gravy and Glazed Cranberries

To give you plenty of time to use our Thanksgiving Dish Contest recipes to prepare your Thanksgiving meal, here are today’s recipes, which make a whole feast! Tomorrow we’ll give you the recipe for the Cornbread and Sausage Stuffing. Thanksgiving menus can be simple or special, but special ones like this often require advance preparation….   read more of “Rudi’s…”

Rudi’s Recipes: Pumpkin Soup Bowls

Rudi’s Recipes: Pumpkin Soup Bowls

Here is the first recipe for the Thanksgiving Dish Contest! Here’s a delightful way to kick off the Thanksgiving meal. The pumpkin “bowls” can roast while the turkey is resting. Though the traditional jack-o’-lantern variety of pumpkin is fine for the bowls, use any other variety, even butternut squash, for the soup. Mini Pumpkin Soup…   read more of “Rudi’s…”

Thanksgiving Dish Contest!

Thanksgiving Dish Contest!

Calling all Holland America Blog fans! In celebration of Thanksgiving in the U.S. next week, we’re going to feature one Thanksgiving recipe on the blog each day until the holiday. Some of the tasty dishes are from Master Chef Rudi Sodamin’s “A Taste of Celebration” cookbook and others are from our own shipboard chefs. If…   read more of “Thanksgiving Dish…”

Rudi’s Recipes: Sweet Addition to Labor Day Celebrations

Rudi’s Recipes: Sweet Addition to Labor Day Celebrations

Labor Day Weekend is usually filled with all-American barbecues, parades and picnics. For a sweet and refreshing treat after a long day lounging in the sun, try Rudi’s Peach and Blueberry Cobbler. We serve these in individual ramekins on board, but for casual celebrations use a single baking dish makes for an even more inviting…   read more of “Rudi’s…”