Well, here we are at the beginning of 2015. The time when many bloggers roll the highlight reel from 2014. (Much like the paper your teachers used to make you write every year on the first day back from summer vacation.)
Okay, I’ll play along. WordPress is so nice to send all the “best of” stats at the end of the year.
Most of the posts that were popular this year were not even from this year. I guess that is a good thing.
#1-Christmas Party Food is a post from 2011. It features a Snowman Cheese Ball, a Christmas broccoli appetizer, and a Turkey Cranberry Ring.
#2-I Say it Every Year-an adorable Nutcracker gift box craft from 2012.
#3-Banana Pudding from 2013. If you haven’t tried this yet, put it on your things-to-do list for 2015!
#4-Apple Slaw (2011) Ironically, this was a dish that my crew was not super wild about. I guess the pictures grabbed some attention. Hey, that is why I tried it!
#5-DIY Placemats (2013) I love this craft tutorial. I have used this method several times. I have some candy corn fabric I plan to try at some point.
So, those were the overall top five posts here at Pork Chop Tuesday.
Curious about 2014?
The busiest day around here was the day I posted my Project 180 photography project. It was so gratifying to work on something for so long and see it to a successful completion. Please go check it out. I really enjoyed it!
I did a series of posts about my trip to P. Allen Smith’s Moss Mountain Farm. It was a lot of fun with lots of opportunities for photography practice. You can check out the series below. I think my favorite was the Rose Garden.
- Moss Mountain Farm Part 1-Fashion Dilemma
- Moss Mountain Farm Part 2-Waitin’ with the Chickens
- Moss Mountain Farm Part 3-Home Tour
- Moss Mountain Farm Part 4-Gardens
- Moss Mountain Farm Part 5-Lunch
- Moss Mountain Farm Part 6-Rose Garden
- Moss Mountain Farm Part 7-Vegetable Garden
There was actually one more Moss Mountain post–a post-series post.
Lasagna Cups was a fun, new recipe to try. We all liked these! I need to make them again–soon!
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Thanks for all the comments and support in 2014. I hope to hear from you in 2015.