“For last year’s words belong to last year’s language and next year’s words await another voice.” – T.S. Eliot
Thank you to everyone for your support over the last year, and an extra big thank you to those who took the time to leave comments on posts that, for whatever reason, resonated with you. By asking questions, sharing your thoughts, and adding your own culinary experiences and wisdom, you’ve made this blog a better place, and I truly appreciate it.
As I look back over the last year, it doesn’t surprise me that the most popular posts were all from the JC100 celebration – a fifteen week campaign during which a group of bloggers cooked fifteen of Julia Child’s most celebrated recipes, sharing our stories, successes, failures, and photos along the way. Although that campaign concluded back in August, those posts continue to draw the most visitors to An Uneducated Palate, month after month. It delights me to no end that there are thousands of home cooks out there that just can’t get enough of Julia and her timeless recipes! So here they are – the top three posts of 2012:
I wish you all a year ahead filled with good food, great friends, and plenty of cheer.
Happy New Year!