Mara tagged me in the “7 Links” blogger post that’s been going spreading around the blog world, and though I have not been blogger for eons (a glorious 8 months) I thought it would be a fun way to reminisce about recipes past! Ready? Okay!
My Most Beautiful Post
What could possibly be more beautiful than a four pound brisket just for me? Nothing, I tell ya! Plus, this recipe is easy and tasty to boot. You are so beautiful, to me…..
My Most Popular Post
Hands down, my bagels post takes the cake for the most readers. No contest. I cried tears of joy when I tasted these bagels, and I’m not a crier so that says a lot. I
kind of definitely want one right now.
My Most Controversial Post
Chopped liver. Some people love it, some people hate it. Some people just don’t want to see raw livers on the Internet. You live you learn!
I know my Dim Sum review was super helpful for my local Austinites with a hankering for Asian food, and my Manischewitz Sangria was certainly helpful in a few day drinking occurrences, but my most helpful post would have to be my Moo Shu as I showed y’all just how easy it is to make your own Chinese food. I mean I MADE mandarin pancakes. Hello! (Pat on my own pack.)
People freaking loved my Margarita Matzah Pizza (though I didn’t get nearly as many marriage proposals as from my Matzah Ball Soup). Check out those Facebook likes. Boo yeah! And while the matzah pizza is super tasty, it is hardly a recipe at all (shhh don’t tell).
A Post That Didn’t Get the Attention It Deserved
No lovin for the Babaganoush and Pita. Le sigh. But for real, make this pita. It’s so good!
The Post I’m Most Proud Of
I was so proud when I busted out this Challah bread. And look how pretty it is! Even better, my Bubbe was proud. What could be better?
How about you? What recipes are you most proud of?