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Top Five Recipes From 2012

Top Five Recipes From 2012

After the first year of writing this blog, someone asked me if I was going to continue. She went on to explain how the name “A Year at The Table” had implied to her one year. It made sense even though I had never looked at it that way. The name, in part, came from a newspaper column I used to write for a neighborhood newspaper and it was based on cooking with the four seasons of the year.That’s what the four pictures just under the name represent.

A Year at the Table is open-ended to me. As long as I have recipes to share and I’m continuing to inspire you to make dinner and sit down to eat together.

It’s the two-year anniversary of my blog. To celebrate, I’m listing my five personal favorite recipes from 2012. If you haven’t already made them, I hope this will inspire you to try them.

Thank you for following and for your comments along the way.


Tuscan White Bean and Sausage Soup with Kale (March 11, 2012) 

Grilled Jerk Chicken with Cilantro Lime Sauce (May 6, 2012) 

Grilled Cedar Planked Salmon with Beurre Blanc Sauce (June 7, 2012) 

Middle Eastern Salad with Greens, Cous Cous and Chicken (July 25, 2012)

Auggie’s Stir-Fry (September 7, 2012)

7 thoughts on “Top Five Recipes From 2012”

  • Please don,t ever stop and congratulations on you anniversary. We are in palm springs with Katharine and Marc. We,re not doing much cooking but I have made smashed ppototoes twice. Thet are ahit!

  • Congratulations on your two year anniversary! I love reading your blog and am so glad it continues. I think I’ll try the jerk chicken tomorrow night!

  • Congrats on your anniversary. What I love most about receiving the recipes, is the ease of storing them on my computer so they travel with me everywhere I go. I have cooked your recipes in many places:)

  • My favorite is the Thai soup. We make it all the time using chicken and adding rice stick noodles and bamboo shoots. Just made it again Friday for dinner. Thanks for all the great ideas!

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