Top Fives for 2010

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As 2010 comes to a close, I want to thank you. Yes, you.Thank you for reading. Thank you for commenting. Thank you for emailing. Thank you again. I write this site for me, but I am always grateful and humbled to hear that you find it useful or entertaining, too. And a special thank you to Merrie, for telling me she was waiting to read this year’s stats.

For a look back at last year’s statistics, check out Top 5 of 2009, Two Ways.

Top 5 Posts, Written in 2010
1. Rain Water Grill, Hastings on Hudson (lots of hits from Google)
2. Thanksgiving 2010: The Plan (linked on 5dollardinners & foodnewsjournal)
3. An Accidentally Beautiful Breakfast (linked on Tastespotting)
4. Reusable Coffee Mug, Disguised as Disposable
5. Slow Cooker Chicken Vindaloo

Recipes that weren’t as popular, but that I want to make again this year include Slow Cooker Split Pea Soup with Flanken, Honey Spiced Chicken Thighs, Farro with Roasted Butternut Squash & Goat Cheese, and Martha‚Äôs Slow-Cooked Tex-Mex Chicken & Beans.

Top 5 Posts, Written Anytime
1. Unstuffed Cabbage with Ground Turkey (linked on Tipnut)
2. Zucchini Chocolate Chip Muffins (linked on Simply Recipes)
3. Slow Cooker Italian-Style Turkey Meatballs (top Google search term, see below)
4. Chicken and Figs
5. Want to Try

Top 5 Search Terms
Lots of people want to make turkey meatballs in their Crock-Pot!
1. turkey meatballs slow cooker
2. slow cooker turkey meatballs
3. zucchini chocolate chip muffins
4. turkey meatballs crockpot
5. slow cooker coq au vin

Top 5 Countries Reading CITK
1. United States (about 87% of my traffic)
2. Canada
3. United Kingdom
4. Australia
5. Mexico

Wishing you a happy, healthy, and prosperous 2011!

5 thoughts on “Top Fives for 2010

  1. I often make the roasted cauliflower…and my scribbled out recipe says your name at the top:) I very very often make the homemade granola bars you linked to once. I have tried lots of your recipes over the years…white bean and kale soup and the gnocchi being ones I love…so thanks:)

  2. I’m making your honey spiced chicken thighs Friday. It’s the 1st chance I’ve gotten because we’ve been away and I’ve been busy lately.

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