In no particular order, here are the most viewed posts from A Pinch of Joy in 2011 mixed with my personal favorites. Check them out if you haven’t already done so!! (Click on the title below the photo to see the entire post.) Many of these posts have also been featured on other blogs, a delight and an honor. Buttons for those blogs are found up above under Connecting — check them out!
A huge number of people came looking for this recipe the three days before Thanksgiving. Who knew so many folks ate broccoli salad for Thanksgiving dinner? This is the best and good anytime!
Wheels’ favorite! With fresh peaches and superb combination of spices, it’s sure to become your favorite too!
A gift I made for my sister was the top most viewed post ever! It includes a tutorial and printable poem for your use.
Festive and filling — a versatile salad or main dish any time of year.
Choosing and Installing Crown Moulding
Part of our dining room makeover “series”. So far only two are posted (see faux tray ceiling here), but there are more in the works.
was the most featured on other blogs. And was gifted to almost everyone on our list!
Draft Stopping Fireplace Balloon
This is the most consistently accessed post each week.
How to make a banner — adaptable to any holiday or event!
Cream Cheese Toffee Dip
A yummy dip anytime — but it makes the top ten because it was my very first post.
Wicked Good and Easy Pork Chops
If mustard puts the devil into deviled eggs, it puts the wicked good into these pork chops!
Friends bring a pinch of joy to our lives . . . new experiences and great recipes, too! Thanks to everyone who passed on fabulous recipes and served as taste testers! And thanks to all the awesome blog friends who read this potpourri of ideas, inspiration, reports and reflections. Everything is better when shared with a friend!
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D @ The Shady Porch says
Charlene, you’ve had a great year! I’m going to try your wicked good pork chops (love chops at my house). I’m so glad you shared it at the porch! Looking forward to seeing your 2012 projects too!
Love your autumn banner, all your food looks soooooooooo good, and I am drooling. I’ll gonna try that rice hot/cold pack, never heard of this before. Thanks for sharing over at Sunday’s Best. When I clicked on your link I got an error, so I don’t think traffic went your way. I am featuring this on Facebook. Come check it out.
Thanks for letting me know — and thanks for featuring this on facebook!
Thanks for stopping by Cathy — and also for letting me know about the error. I probably should have added photos from my computer instead of linking them from my posts — I’m learning! A lot! Thanks for the facebook feature too!
Your apple dish with the dip in it is so cute!
Thanks! I think so too — a garage sale find at 50cents makes it even better :-)! It gets used a lot.