The 7 Link Project

My dear friend Helene, author of the beautiful site La cuisine d’Hélène, has nominated me for the 7 Link Project. Three times is a magic charm because my friends Dana of Food for Thought and Vanessa of Sweet Artichoke have also nominated me! Such a lucky girl I am. 

The goal of the 7 Link Project is “To unite bloggers (from all sectors) in a joint endeavor to share lessons learned and create a bank of long but not forgotten blog posts that deserve to see the light of day again.”

Most Beautiful:

Ottolenghi’s Caramel Macadamia Cheesecake

A rich and creamy cheesecake topped with soft, gooey caramel and the irresistible crunch of macadamia nut brittle.

Most Popular:

Oven Roasted Corn in Chile Coconut Milk

This post continues to be at the top of my stats list on an almost daily basis even though it was posted over a year ago. The irony is that I debated over posting it…one day I found myself with too much time on my hands, resulting in the post that immediately skyrocketed to the top of my stats.

Most Controversial:

There isn’t much controversy on a recipe blog! Other than frosting or no frosting? Nuts or not? Would you like sauce on that?

Salted Peanut Fudge Brownies with optional Peanut Butter Frosting

Most Helpful:

How to Make Tahini Paste

Homemade tahini paste takes but a few minutes to make and uses only two ingredients! You can make as little as you like and is useful in preventing those giant store-bought jars from languishing away in your refrigerator.

A post whose success surprised me:

Oven Fried Zucchini Chips with Basil Dipping Sauce

Another wildly popular post this summer, surprising because so many people loathe zucchini. If you’re one of them – make these so I can lure you to the dark side!

A post that didn’t get the attention it deserved:

Peanut Butter Bread

I struggled to pick a post for this, because with 600 posts there are many that fell by the way side and didn’t get much notice. It was a toss-up between Italian Meatloaf and this peanut butter bread. They both deserve to be revisited.

This peanut butter bread is so fluffy and soft, it’s like a cloud from heaven floated down right into an open jar of sweet-roasted peanut butter. Completely irresistible. 

The post I’m most proud of:

Falafel with Tzatziki and Skillet Flatbread

My attempts at making falafel all fell short until I learned the secret. Since then my falafel have been nothing short of remarkable. Not to mention the flatbreads rock!

My 5 nominations are:

The rules/guidelines can be found on Tripbase.

Thank-you Helene, Dana and Vanessa for nominating me!

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