Casual Kitchen's Top Five of the Month: December 2008

This once-a-month post is for those readers who may not get a chance to read everything here at CK, but who still want to keep up with the best and most widely read articles. With one glance, you'll be able to see what your fellow readers have been focusing on over the past month.
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Top Five of the Month for December 2008:

1) Pernil: Puerto Rican-Style Roast Pork Shoulder

2) 15 Creative Tips to Avoid Holiday Overeating

3) How to Make a Mole Sauce: Intense, Exotic and Surprisingly Easy to Make

4) Pasta With Roasted Red Pepper Sauce

5) How to Make the Best Cornbread. Ever.

From the Vault: Top Five Posts from One Year Ago:

1) Shrimp in Garlic Sauce (Camarones Ajillo)

2) How to Team Up in the Kitchen

3) How to Divide and Conquer Your Cooking Labors

4) The Recipe Filebox

5) Italian Sausage and Tortellini Soup


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6 comments:

Karen said...

15 Creative Tips to Avoid Holiday Overeating

NOW I read this! LOL Thanks for visiting my blog!

Daniel said...

Hi Karen,
Ha! Well, there are lots of holidays coming up... you can apply this article to, uh, Martin Luther King Day, or, uh, President's Day. Those are definitely big days for overeating, aren't they? Aren't they?

DK

FIONA said...

GREAT BLOG. I've spent the last two hours reading and I love it.

I love the time and money saving suggestions.

Daniel said...

Thanks for the positive vibes Fiona! I'm glad you find Casual Kitchen useful.

DK

melissa said...

You are a very useful and positive resource, Daniel. Glad you're out there.

LOVE that shrimp post. Wow.

Daniel said...

Melissa! Thanks so much for the comment and the positive reinforcement. Here's to (hopefully) more useful posts in 2009!

DK