2013 moved along so quickly, I can hardly believe we’re on the cusp of ushering in a brand new year. Here’s a quick look at the top 10 posts from Main St. Cuisine.
Oh, and before we get started, I just want to say thank you for following along. I took a couple of unscheduled and unannounced blogging hiatuses this year and you patiently waited until I returned.
So, thank you for that. I’m grateful for your friendship.
You found out just how much we love the sweetness of fruit preserves (even at supper) with this peach glazed chicken.
We prepare a lot of chicken on Main St., including these quick and simple honey-sesame chicken thighs.
There’s something about fresh berries baked into bread or muffins that is always appealing, like a slice of brown sugar-blackberry bread fresh from the oven.
Instead of dipping raw cauliflower into an herby dip, I tried pan-fried cauliflower one evening and fell in love.
I decided to break out of the banana bread mold and instead used some ripe bananas to whip up these banana-walnut muffins.
Fresh chopped mint was an appealing ingredient in this adaptation of a traditional three bean salad.
Saucy oven-roasted bbq chicken became an easy, weeknight meal for a busy family like ours (and yours too!).
Sometimes a gal’s brand new slow cooker is her best friend, like when preparing a simple and satisfying supper of country-style BBQ pork ribs.
Our littlest boy turned 7 and we threw him a baseball-themed party.
This Barefoot Contessa recipe had us eating way more of these chocolate peanut butter globs than we should have. But, they were so good.
Best wishes in the new year to you and yours!