2016 is right around the corner. With 2015 coming to a close, I wanted to take you, my dear readers, on a quick trip down memory lane of my blog’s top five popular posts of 2015. The popularity is based on page views, not comments, Facebook likes or shares. I confess, I’ve never paid that much attention to my blog’s page views until tonight. I was pretty much surprised by the results.

Now here’s the top five. . .

1. Filipino Egg Pie

Yummy Experiment #46: Filipino Egg Pie

This is a dessert that brings back memories of growing up in the Philippines, especially since egg pies are pretty hard to find here in our area. I tried baking egg pie while testing two products for review – Wholly Wholesome Organic Pie Shells and NestFresh eggs. My experiment turned out great, so I ended up baking egg pies more often. Yay!

2. Bear’s Smokehouse

Eating Out: Bear’s Smokehouse | Hartford, CT

Kansas City-style barbecue. There’s no way this could go wrong. What a great find here in our lovely state! I’m still wishing Bear’s Smokehouse will make its way to Fairfield County. I live in hope.

3.  Hot Rod Cafe

Eating Out: Hot Rod Cafe | New London, CT

If you love chicken wings, then it’s worth the drive to Hot Rod Cafe in New London. With 30 different chicken wing flavors ranging from spicy, medium spicy and not-so-spicy plus 24 beers on tap, what are you waiting for? Just go!

4.  Quiche Lorraine

Yummy Experiment #44: Quiche Lorraine

Yet another experiment using Wholly Wholesome Organic Pie Shells and NestFresh eggs. I thought it would be complicated to do, but it was surprisingly easy to make. Now it’s included in my go-to recipes.

5.  The Bocuse Restaurant of the Culinary Institute of America

Eating Out: The Bocuse Restaurant | Hyde Park, NY

I’m glad to see this post end up in the popular list. Up until now, I still think their Warm Goat Cheese was perfect. Everything else was delicious, but the cheese was a standout in both taste and presentation. *thumbs up* Can’t wait to go back!


There you have it, the top five popular posts of 2015.

I hope you enjoyed that rundown of what made 2015 such a gastronomically fulfilling year.

Here’s to more good eating and drinking in 2016!

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