Friday, December 31, 2010

2010 Top Posts: A Year in Review

I have always liked how the authors from various blogs pull together their favorites at the year end.  So I thought I would pull some lists together for you.  The first list is by hits.  The second list is my favorite, most tastiest meals that I would most certainly make again.  There were others but I narrowed it down.  I don't want to seem boastful. You know, let me take this moment to say that when I feel good about a recipe I don't take credit for it really, it's the author of the recipe.  When I develop a recipe that I post, it's not bragging its more sharing.  I think everyone, yes everyone, is capable of delicious food.  I always want to come across as your food cheer leader because I think if you take the time and learn and begin to trust your judgment, some amazing food can be made.  Trust yourself.  You can become your own chef extraordinaire.

Your favorites from 2010 by hits:

Sweet Potato Gnocchi with Garlic Sauce

Cake Lollies


The Chutneys: Cilantro

The Chutneys: Tamarind


Olive Straws

Mini Pigs in a Blanket


Lentil Sauce with Poached Egg

Thai Pumpkin Soup

Pineapple Vinagre

Rum Balls

Here are my 10 favorites from the year:

Apricot Almond Torte

Garlic Studded Chana Saag

Chick Pea Tikka Masala

Two Tone Decadent Ice Cream Cake

Cheesy Lentil Burgers

Turkey Mole Pizza

Stuffed Grape Leaves with Apricots
Pretzel Rolls

Hoppin' John

Kickin' Queso

Carrot and Potato Indian Stir Fry


kat said...

Oh, I had forgotten all about the olive straws, yum! Happy New Year

Anncoo said...

Oh those are great recipes!
Happy New Year!!

Barbara Bakes said...

What a delicious year! Wishing a wonderful New Year!

Megan said...

You have me drooling, Lori! :)
Happy New Year!

The Blonde Duck said...

Happy New Years!

Lynda said...

Yum, great recipes!
Wishing you a Happy New Year!

Anonymous said...

Great to "meet" you here Lori! LOVE your blog post to recap your year. I wish I had a huge bowl of those rum balls with me now.... my sweet girl has a horrible tummy bug so we are spending a quiet night at home to bring in the New Year. Happy New Year!!!

Tracy from Rah Cha Chow said...

Wow, those look great! I need to try that lentil sauce. I haven't posted enough this year to have a top 10. Happy New Year!

Les rêves d'une boulangère (Brittany) said...

Lori, you have every right to be proud of your dishes! I think they are all amazing whether its your original recipe or not. I am going to sift through those recipes in the next hour. Thanks for sharing, and have a Happy New Year.

Shelby said...

Love your round up Lori and I have bookmarked a few of these to definitely make! Yum!