Looking Back At

This is now my forth year of looking back at recipes we’ve shared. Wow – four years is a long time, don’t you think? I’m so grateful for each and every person I have had the pleasure of “meeting” on this amazing journey through cyberspace. How I’d love to sit down and break bread with you in the real world. My faith tells me we will meet one day, if not in this world then at the banquet table in heaven.

I’ve heard tell that we are moving away from old-time traditions. Perhaps that’s true as we move into a more global existence. It’s interesting to note that, with the exception of February’s Valentine’s Day and baking cookies at Christmas time, none of the most viewed recipes were tied to a particular holiday or tradition. And in all honesty, those seasoned with deep Catholic roots were not always well received. I guess Love and Cookies wins out over faith no matter what. That’s okay too.

Happy New Year. Here’s a fun look back at 2021.

January – Yummy Hot Pastrami
February – Romance Begins at Home
March – Cheesy Barbecue Sloppy Joes

April – Killer Scrambled Eggs
May – Good Morning Breakfast Omelette
June -Death By Chocolate Brownie Trifle


July – Not So Junky Junk Food Day
August – Georgia Inspired Picnic
September -New Hampshire American Chop Suey

October – Greasy Spoon Special
November – Bison Black Bean Nachos
December 2021 – Time to Get Baking


Most Viewed Ever – Southern Deep Fried Lobster (3 years running)
Most Viewed 2021 – Killer Scrambled Eggs Skillet (April 2021)


Looking Back at Past Most Viewed
2020 – Instant Pot Eye of Round Roast Supper
2019 – Southern Deep Fried Lobster
2018 – Creamy Cheese Sauce for Steamed Vegetables


Wishing everyone much peace, joy and happiness!

I am looking forward to many more adventures in the kitchen in the coming year.

Author: Rosemarie's Kitchen

I'm a wife, mother, grandmother and avid home cook.I believe in eating healthy whenever possible, while still managing to indulge in life's pleasures.

4 thoughts on “Looking Back At”

  1. Wishing you all of God’s blessings, Rosemarie. Your menus are amazing and ambitious. I’ve also learned from you… I had never heard of “Ember Days,” for example. I’ve been behind in my reading and writing, but I always enjoy your posts and thank you for your creativity and diligence.

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