*Why top 5? In honor of my favorite movie.
But first, some shameless self-promotion!
The big news for the last year is: I wrote a book. Rotisserie Grilling: 50 recipes for your grill's rotisserie, is available in paperback, and e-reader editions for Amazon Kindle, Barnes & Noble Nook, and Apple iBooks.
I've sold five hundred copies in the last three months. If sales keep up, I'll actually make back my expenses. (Expenses: buying meat to test recipes.) If I break even, I'm buying myself a copy of Modernist Cuisine) to satisfy my inner food geek.
*About that Kindle e-book. I've been told "I can't read it, I have an iPad, not a Kindle." I read all my Kindle books on my iPad using the Kindle reader app. If you can see this blog, I'll bet Amazon has free Kindle reader software for you. Computer, phone, tablet, web browser…they cover it. The only thing it won't work on is a Nook reader, because Barnes and Noble
Top 5 most popular recipes (written in the last year):
- Rotisserie Turkey Breast with Spice Rub
- Grilled Butterflied Chicken with Dry Brine
- Pressure Cooker Massaman Beef Curry
- Pressure Cooker Pork Belly Beer Braise
- Pan Grilled Bratwurst with Onions and Peppers
Top 5 most popular recipes (all time):
- Rotisserie Beef Prime Rib Roast
- Pressure Cooker Short Ribs
- Rotisserie Pork Shoulder Roast
- Slow Cooker Pork and Sauerkraut
- Grilled Boneless Pork Chops, Brined and Honey Basted
Top 5 pictures (selected by me):
|1. Rotisserie Chicken and Pineapple, Hawaiian Style|
|2. Pressure Cooker Pasta Fagioli|
|3. Shaved Asparagus and Parmesan Salad|
|4. Grilled Pork Chops with Ancho Chile Spice Rub|
|5. Fiery Mexican Martini|
Top 5 most popular recipes (selected by my kids):*There were three quick votes for "Frozen chicken nuggets and tater tots", until I explained their allowance depended on taking this seriously.
- Quick Baked Potatoes
- Weeknight Fried Rice
- Pressure Cooker Short Ribs Braised with Beer
- Grilled Miso BBQ Chicken Wings
- Slow Cooker Mexican Shredded Pork with Dried Chile Pepper Sauce
Blogging gets lonely; I cook a meal, take pictures, and write about it, hoping someone will notice. You did notice, and that's why I'm still writing. Thank you for reading along, commenting, and emailing. Thank you for supporting this blog by buying my book, or stuff through my Amazon links. I wouldn't be here without you.
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