Your Top 10 Foodie Posts - Best Foodie Friends
Nearly ever blogger has written some sort of “Top Ten” review or “Best Of” post in the last week. Rightfully so, it is a new year. Reflecting is always emotional, oftentimes difficult, and makes me hungry!
While finishing off the ham salad spread from New Years Eve I was thinking about my food blog. I haven't posted a thing since Christmas. Which brought about what my nephew said to me during our Christmas Celebration. He thought it was crazy and strange that I took photos of the food I prepared. He was right it is kinda crazy. Why even continue with this food blogging stuff, I thought. Of course, after a moment I answered myself almost out loud, it's an age thing I guess.
Friends, I have lots of blog friends. Food, I love to cook, eat, and experiment with new foods and spices, especially the ones with heat. Photos, well they need help but I love photography. The family likes my blogging, they reap the rewards of new recipes... well sometimes they reap the failures too but who's counting right.
Comments, awesome recipes, kind words, and great advice are what inspire me to continue food blogging! Realizing my little portion of the food blogging community would be non-existent with out my blogging friends, I thought it would be cool to start 2011 by sharing your Top Ten, Best Of, or New Year posts!
Incredible we are almost in a New Year! Hope your Goals for this 2011 will be fulfilled with Health, Happiness and Peace! :) I'm working on several goals also including this blog, and I expect to put... This is a content summary only! The full article is available at the blog.
from Successful Blogging Tips Using Social Media Concepts | Sweets Foods Blog
...Top Ten for 2010 Chocolate Banana Nutella Crepe This photo had the most views over all of these combined some pretty suggestive reposts and many approved photo's on various photo driven websites. Truly a conversational treat ! Frangelico Gelato Brownie Dessert Homemade Sausage Christmas Breakfast One Stop Cookie Shop on F...
from What's Cookin' Italian Style Cuisine
...2010 brought a lot of 'growth' to this little ol' blog, "la bella vita" in both content and presentation. My family and friends log on and read it quite often for not only traditional family recipes, but new recipes as well. My readership grew from 100 followers in 2009 to over 700 in 2010, both through google, email subs...
from la bella vita
From sweet n savory bacon jam, rediscovering sweet potatoes, learning how to roast chestnuts and enjoying a Maraschino Splash Tini, it was a whirlwind of a month trying new things and revisiting traditional dishes and desserts that become part of holiday memories.
from Teenie Cakes
...year for 2010. The amazing facts about these top posts is that four are sweets and desserts of some kind, two are casserole type dishes, one is an appetizer, one is a canned sauce, one is a sandwich, and one is an entrée. Not surprising that 40% of the top posts are dessert/sweets recipes, these seem to attract the most attention. So withou...
from Cajun Chef Ryan
The last post was a word-free one. This one…, sorta. Twelve months, twelve dishes. Check it. January: Those asparagus rolls were very popular, but this one, this was crazy good: Shrimp & Grits. February: Lots of desserts that month, of course I would pick these. They’re good and pretty. Pretty and good, damn good and [...]
from Chef It Yourself
...There are best lists ... and worst lists... to do lists... and lists of new year's resolutions. There are awesome lists... mediocre lists... and some pretty bad lists... And then there are the lists written by our friend Sonja, which are bound to make you laugh. Or at least smirk a little bit. The truth is, we were feeling the pressure to mak...
from Burp! Where Food Happens
...As 2010 comes to an end it is my pleasure to present to you the best recipes of 2010! I would like to thank all of you, the participants, of the YBR event. Thank you for sharing your best recipes with us this year. And if these past months of YBR have been an insight as what's to come in 2011, well we are all in for a real treat! I am really...
from Spicie Foodie ~ Spicy Foodie ~ Learn to cook~ ethnic cooking in Europe Healthy,
...for the year behind us and for the year ahead.Help us in Your new year, Father, to fret less and laugh more.To teach our children to laugh by laughing with them.To teach others to love by loving them.Knowing, when Love came to the stable in Bethlehem, He came for us.So that Love could be with us, and we could know You.That we could share Love wi...
from Living the Gourmet
...of my 2010 recipes. If you need any other dishes to prepare for the holidays, you might just take a peek here at some of these suggestions. (...)Read the rest of Best Recipes of 2010 (985 words) © bunkycooks for Bunkycooks, 2010
I’m recalling my first Christmas(es) in FL and making a few resolutions for FOODalogue and me. See full post, photos and comments at FOODalogue. I look forward to your visit.