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The Speckled Palate
January 2, 2013

Top 12 of 2012…

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Happy New Year, y’all! I hope you and yours rang in 2013 in style, wherever in the world you were, and I hope it was a fabulous evening had by all.

I wanted to go back through and share my Top 12 posts of 2012 before getting started on new posts for the new year. So let’s kick this year off right!

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10. Pulled Pork Shoulder

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9. Yogurt French Toast

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8. Strawberry Vinaigrette

IMAGES BY ERIN PARKER PHOTOGRAPHY. All rights reserved.

7. Jazzed-Up Scrambled Eggs

How to make Quebec Maple-Pecan Drops, a recipe adapted from The Cookie Bible.

6. Quebec Maple Pecan Drops

ALL IMAGES BY ERIN PARKER PHOTOGRAPHY, LLC. All rights reserved.

5. Bloody Beer

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4. Ooey Gooey Bars

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3. Dark Chocolate Peanut Butter Cups

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2. Homemade Pizza Dough

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1. Memphis-Style Barbecue Ribs

What was your favorite recipe of 2012? What do you look forward to making in 2013?

8 Comments

  1. Jayne

    I’m loving your Memphis BBQ Ribs! My favourite thing to make in 2012 was simple pastas. Pasta with olive oil and cherry tomato, or with Parmesan and garlic, or basil and sundried tomatoes, or flaked tuna etc. I have no idea what 2013 brings but I’m excited to try many new things!

    • Erin

      Thanks, Jayne! Your favorite thing in 2012 makes me happy because I absolutely LOVE simple pastas… and I wouldn’t mind going for a bowl of pasta with olive oil and cherry tomatoes. Sounds delish! And I agree with you: I’m not sure what 2013 holds for me, food-wise, but I am thrilled to try new things and to continue experimenting in the kitchen.

  2. Elizabeth

    I would love to make my own peanut butter cups! And dark chocolate sounds so wonderful!

    • Erin

      Thanks for stopping by, Elizabeth! I totally support you making your own peanut butter cups. They are delicious, and the dark chocolate adds a little something different to them!

  3. Natalie

    Great list of recipes! I especially like the pulled pork recipe!

    • Erin

      Thanks, Natalie! These were the most popular ones from 2012, and I cannot wait to see what people enjoy the most in 2013. Also, I’m with you: I like the pulled pork. A lot. And now might need to make myself some…

  4. Nilsa @ SoMi Speaks

    Even though I read your posts, I never have much to say, because I’m not all that adventurous with cooking food. But, seeing this post with the highlights from your year makes me really appreciate how creative you are with food and photography.

    • Erin

      Thanks so much, Nilsa. 🙂 I’m trying to break out of my comfort zone, as far as making new things and trying different foods, as well as trying new things with the photography on the site, so I am glad that you appreciate the work I’m putting into it!

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