JoJo the Yorkie and I curled up yesterday to pick the top 11 stories that we posted during 2011 here on Acorns On Glen. Some of us curled up a little too much. Can you see where JoJo starts and the faux fur blanket ends? We started this blog in February as a way for us to realize and then give thanks for all the great things that happen in our lives. You just can’t take life for granted and this blog is a great way for us to reflect and cherish the fact that we have great family, great friends and now a whole group of great people that visit Acorns On Glen on a frequent basis. We’ve been blown away by the number of people that stop by and read our posts. Thanks to all of you who have welcomed us into your lives this year. The posts that have been visited the most are varied, but the majority of the top 11 seems to show that all of you, our readers, like good food and how to cook it. Here are 2011’s top 11 posts:
Our Notorius B.I.G. (Brooklyn Italian Grandmother) heads the list with her great recipe for cubanelle peppers.
You liked our sight-seeing trip down in Charleston, South Carolina.
The story about the begonia tubers I’ve had for years is our most viewed gardening post.
You like jewelry, eh? Yes you do, big stones with lots of sparkle is what you like.
My bio….you like me, you really like me.
Our first guest blogger shows us how to throw a great birthday tea for the little ones.
A truly magnificent discovery that landed on the back side of our house and stayed for a few days so that we could marvel at it.
Just like us, you enjoyed the cooking of Bill Taibe at his Westport, CT restaurant, Le Farm.
Who can resist this sweet-salty flavor combination? We can’t!
Our little orange and lime trees impressed this year and even gave us a few pieces of fruit.
Finishing off just the way we started, another hit dish from Notorius B.I.G.
So here’s to everyone who has helped make Acorns On Glen a success. We are truly humbled by the response, along with your words of encouragement, and can’t wait to share 2012 with you. We want to wish everyone a Happy New Year (wish I could pass everyone a glass of champagne now) and may 2012 bring you great joy and happiness beyond your wildest imagination.