I can’t believe how much this blog has grown in 2019~ To all of you that have made this happen, THANK YOU!!
Here are recipes for the top 10 most visited posts of 2019 – Note: this includes ONLY those posts that were new this year. I had a lot of fun with the state foods and I learned a lot. I found foods I thought I’d never eat and love them and I hope you did too. Check out some of the Lazy G. 2019 offerings…
If you’re looking for something great to cook that’s easy, keep reading! There are some great recipes in this list.
Enter the Top 10…
Lets start with the most visited – that would be Connecticut Steamed Cheeseburgers. Who knew steamed burgers were so good!
Next up – the New Jersey Sloppy Joe Sandwich. Not the sloppy joe you’re used to!!
And here’s another sandwich. The Delaware Bobbie. Perfect for after Thanksgiving!
The foods from different states seemed to be very popular this year. The next in line is yet another sandwich – easy to make and delicious to eat! The Iowa Maid Rite Loose Meat Sandwich. Talk about tasty!
Here’s one I wasn’t so sure about when I made it. Pennsylvania Scrapple and Dippy Eggs. Pork trimmings and cornmeal sliced and fried with over easy eggs (so you can dip a bite of scrapple into the soft yolk). Not really what I’d choose but I sure will now! It was amazing!
Hey- Here’s one that isn’t associated with a specific state, but a succulent meal for sure. Coming in 6th is this recipe for a Duck Dinner.
And here comes another sandwich – this one from Indiana and one of my personal favorites! A Fried Bologna Sandwich.
Moving over to the east coast, the next post on the list is the Maryland Crab Cakes – Deep Fried Perfection! And perfection they are!
I love to make a brunch on Sunday mornings. This post is a great choice and it looks like a lot of people agreed! Number 9 is Pannkakor-Swedish Pancakes.
And closing out the group, another state treat – Massachusetts Fried Clams. Have them for a snack, have them for dinner. However you do it, just have them!
So there you have the top 10 of 2019! Hope you found something here to enjoy. And I hope you’ll be back again and again.
Happy New Year!
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Happy New Year, Helen!
Thanks Irene – the same to you!
Yummy! I knew Ct was known for burgers but I didn’t realize they were steamed burgers (and I live here/there!). Can’t wait to try them.
These were pretty tasty!! Thanks for stopping by.
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