Top five easy teas of 2011

Giant filled Yorkshire pudding

It’s that time of year again when the fine chaps at WordPress send out a little reminder of what my blog’s been doing all year.

Last year enough people had been kind enough to drop by to fill 14 Boeing 747s, apparently. This year about 16,000 turned up – the equivalent of a six-date sell-out run at the Sydney Opera House. Which is nice.

Last year’s top five recipes were mostly comfort food with sausage casserole topping the list. I guess a big snowy winter may have had something to do with that. This year was much the same, though, with traditional favourites coming out top.

So here’s what was top of the recipe tree this year:

1. Giant filled Yorkshire puddings

2. A traditional fish pie (including easy cheese sauce)

3. Sausage Casserole

4. Cheat’s chicken casserole

5. Slow Roast Moroccan Lamb

And the really strange thing – there was a proper giant yorkshire pudding frenzy on 26th October! More than 300 views in one day. Haven’t the faintest idea why!

Anyway, a big thank you to anyone who stopped by and I hope you enjoyed your tea.

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Categories: Beef, Beef lamb and pork, Chicken and other birds, Fish

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