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recipecollage4 Our Top Recipes of 2010
It was a great year on the CRAFTZINE blog for foodies as well as those just casually looking for an easy meal, a homemade gift from the kitchen, or a new main to serve to the fam. I’ve collected some of our more popular recipes — those that took off on Facebook, really excited the editors, or made a splash on StumbledUpon. I think it’s an awesome list, and I plan on making all these recipes in the new year.
A few words of warning — going through this list may make you extremely hungry, thirsty, or both. It’s best to sit down with a pad and paper so you can start your shopping list for the ingredients you’ll soon be craving.
roastedmushroom main thumb 314x209 58893 Our Top Recipes of 2010Balsamic and Thyme Roasted Portabella Mushrooms — Good for Thanksgiving, good as appetizers, good for vegetarian feasts.

Flavorful Fudge
— Fudge needs no explanation. And we’ve got five variations of no-explanation-needed for you to try.
Grilled Balsamic Basil Flank Steak — This was a popular recipe throughout the summer, and with good reason.
Enchiladas Verdes de Jocoque — Green chile, cheese, and sour cream makes for a delicious sauce.

Linguini with Lemon-Roasted Asparagus and Goat Cheese
— The springtime bounty of asparagus makes this pasta dish really stand out. Plus goat cheese, yummy!
Snickerdoodle Cake — An 8-year-old’s birthday request turns out to be quite a popular (and tasty) recipe.
halfeaten snickerdoodle cake Our Top Recipes of 2010
Sage Rush Cocktail — “A simple cocktail and a darn good one,” as explained by Cooking for Geeks author Jeff Potter.
White Bean Hummus with Spinach — Great for spreading on sandwiches, and/or as a dip with pita chips or fresh cut vegetables.
Brandied Cocktail Cherries — An unbelievably delicious homemade alternative to store-bought maraschino cherries. Perfect as a garnish on Manhattans.
Vegetarian French Onion Soup — A classic soup, now in a yummy vegetarian version. This, it turns out, is something lots of people were wishing for.
Flaky Cheddar and Ham Biscuits — Tender and flaky, plus they’re perfect for making breakfast sandwiches!
Brown Butter Frosting Madelines — Quick and delicious, this recipe uses store-bought cookies and a Martha Stewart glaze that can be whipped up in a jiffy.
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Sometimes helpful editor and digital media director at MAKE and CRAFT.


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