|Bacon + Onion + Pizza = Yum|
The Blogging Year in Review
Although popularity is only one criterion for greatness, number of clicks is an easy-to-assess indicator of topics that interest readers most. Several of my favorite recipes showed up in the top 10, along with some rather surprising non-recipe posts. So, without further ado, here are Seasonal Eating’s top hits for 2013.
10. Last but certainly not least is Bacon and Caramelized Onion Pizza from January 29. I made this recipe up for a how-to website pizza contest. Didn’t win anything but the contest inspired me to make my first yeasted pizza crust from a King Arthur Flour recipe. Bacon and onions never tasted so good.
8. It’s crab season again, and January 20th’s How to Cook Live Dungeness Crab is a step-by-step guide. Not everyone is comfortable cooking live crab, so my 2011 post about Selecting and Reheating Precooked Crab is another crabby resource.
|Bright Winter Fare|
4. Depending on your holiday celebrations the past few weeks, you might want to wait a bit before trying Pineapple-Orange Stuffed Sweet Potatoes from April 4. On the other hand, if you have some yams around, this recipe is an unusual way to serve them.
|Stir Fry Magic|
2. Readers love every recipe that I blog with shrimp, but Shrimp Braised with Green Garlic and Kale from April 30 is the most popular shrimp recipe of all time. This is another recipe adapted from Recipes from the Root Cellar, a resource that I highly recommend.
|Tricolor Sage: A Little Finicky but Fun|