Are you ready for the 2021 Top Ten Posts?
Can you believe another year is behind us? It’s 2022 already! Where did the time go. During the last year I retired from my job as a child care center director, a field I’ve been in for over 35 years! I’ve been working on my yard and learning about vegetable gardening. And really enjoying my adventures in the kitchen!
And it’s been a great year for this blog too! Thank you to everyone who has helped make us grow. It isn’t a blog without you!
Here are the links for the top 10 most visited posts of 2021 – Some new, some old – all having a lot of visitors this last year alone! Take a look, see if you missed anything? And if your favorite isn’t here, let us know in the comments which recipe was your favorite!
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…
This first one is an old one – with over 5,000 visits this year alone – North Dakota Cheese Buttons.
Ribbe & Norwegian Christmas Cabbage – this one makes the list almost every year!
Maryland Crab Cakes – Deep Fried Perfection!
Coming in 4th; Iowa – Maid Rite Loose Meat Sandwich
Following the Maid Right very closely, the Delaware Bobbie!
Looking for ribs? Here’s one for you; Ribs – Carolina, Memphis or St. Louis?
Fried Jalapeño – one of my own all-time favorites!
This one is one of my husband’s favorites – West Virginia Biscuits and Gravy.
Slow Cooker Beef Shanks with Potatoes and Onions – Easy and delicious!
And number ten is another slow cooker recipe; Slow Cooker Oxtails and Potatoes!
So there you have the top 10 most visited posts of 2021! Hope you found something here to enjoy. And I hope you’ll be back again and again.
Happy New Year!
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Some I have never heard of, which makes a visit to them required! Thanks.
I hope you find something you like! Happy new year!!
Lots of meals here hubby would like. I hopped over to your WV Biscuits and Gravy. You mention Tudor’s Biscuit World, have you eaten there? We have, many, many times. Thanks so much for linking up at the 25 and Done Link Party 1. Shared onto Fb, Pn, and Tw!
I have not eaten there. I did a year of posts, one from each state, with a recipe of some food the state is known for. After doing research I played with the flavors and ingredients I found in my research and went with it. I wish I could visit many of the East Coast states and try the food. Dream vacation is a 48 state road trip! LOL – Thanks for visiting.
Well, if and when hubby ever retires, we’re buying a motorhome and traveling. Maybe we’ll run into one another and can enjoy a Tudor’s biscuit or two :)
That would be wonderful!! I’d love to travel around the US – so much to see and learn. Thanks for stopping by.