It’s almost the end of another year at Tablespoon, so we thought it would be cool to share with you some interesting food related stats from 2010!
We’ll be posting our top ten lists for the next few days, so come back to see what’s been rockin’ this year. You can always check out our top-rated recipes, too!
Today we're featuring the most viewed recipes on Tablespoon during the last year. These are some of the best recipes on the site, so pick a few and make them for the holidays -- you've got a week's worth of amazing menu ideas here!
Top 10 Viewed Recipes of 2010
This classic dinner recipe gained new fame after the hit book and movie Julie & Julia
sent wanna-be French cooks running out to buy Julia Child's now legendary cookbooks. News flash: It's even easier to run to the computer and save this recipe to your Tablespoon recipe box!
A classic stand-by, this is one easy frosting recipe for the "must keep" pile. Perfect for cake, cupcakes and in between graham crackers! (Don't tell me you haven't done that with leftover frosting...)
If you like baked potatoes, you're gonna love baked potato soup. This is a filling meal in its own right, slurpable to the last drop.
Comfort food recipe, anyone? Here's a go-to dinner recipe that whips up fast and is gobbled up even faster. It's one of those "just like mom used to make" chicken recipes, except that it's easier and quicker!
If you're used to those pot pies in the freezer section of the grocery store, pah-leeze
consider making this version to readjust your vision of what pot pies should taste like! And just like the title says, this recipe is one of our hottest viewed ones because it's so E-Z.
Another "impossibly easy" recipe? Impossible! Nope -- totally possible
with this amazingly easy breakfast bake recipe. It's got it all -- hash browns, cheese, veggies and eggs. Did I leave anything out? Oh yeah -- easy biscuit mix to bind it all together. Perfect in every way!
Salsa from a jar will just never be the same after you make this fresh salsa recipe yourself. Slice, dice and chop your way into the hearts of chip lovers everywhere when you serve this at your next party or game gathering.
Savory -- what does that mean, exactly? Well, in this case, it means that your mouth is gonna start watering when you smell this cooking. It's time to renew meat loaf's reputation as one of the all-time great and easy dinner recipes. Hot, tasty and totally filling, serve meat loaf with a simple lettuce salad and quick dinner roll -- and dinner's done
Ahhhh -- sangria. It's not only a lovely word, it's a lovely beverage recipe. Lemony orangey red wine that is sweetened a bit just for kicks. Serve this at your next party or for New Year's Eve. Then you'll really be the hostess with the mostest.
This is one beauty of a dip, and it's delish too. Make it up ahead of time and serve it to your favorite folks with chunks of bread, crackers or chips. Mmmmm.
Stay tuned for more Top 10's, as we take a look at what recipes were hottest during 2010!