The other day I devoted an entire blog post to my husband’s favorite recipes of 2010, month by month. Seems a little lovey-dovey, no? Well let me assure you that my love affair extends further. To you, and you, and YOU.
I mean, what’s the point of blogging without readers? So I need to make a moment to thank all of you for the time you spend reading my recipes and taking an interest in my life. Every time you visit and leave a comment, it truly makes my day. I love the support from my “core” group of blogging friends (you know who you are!) and pop-in visits from people who’ve just stumbled upon my little place for the first time. Which is why I decided to highlight the Readers’ Choice Top 12, selected by the highest number of comments. I disqualified a couple because they overlapped with Ben’s Top 12, and I wanted to present you with a unique set of recipes today. But I’m not worried about it – these are all great choices! If your favorite didn’t get picked, I suggest you start commenting more often
Incidentally this was also my most controversial post – it turns out most people love ’em or hate ’em. Fortunately, there was a lot more love than hate.
2010 was certainly a big year for eggs on Cara’s Cravings, and I was thinking of an entire separate recap. But I couldn’t deny you this delicious dish in your round-up.
To be honest I was a little surprised hubby didn’t pick these, considering how much he gushed about them the first time around (and second, and third) – but I’m glad you did!
A yummy twist on my staple higher protein, lower-carb, super quick and easy pancakes!
These took several rounds to get just right, but it was totally worth it.
Chocolate Goat Cheese. Need I say more?
You, and all the carnivores in your life, will be so glad you made these.
Y’all like a little something sweet once in a while! Me too.
Something a little different to take to your next summer party. Oh summer, why must you be so far away?
As always, “Mexican” reigns among the most popular themes.
If I had to guess, you love Cara’s Cravings for the abundance of seafood and black beans.
And for flavor combinations that always push the envelope!
This just reiterates what I said above.