Best Recipes of 2010 from Kitchen Parade

My favorite recipes from 2010, just 12 of the best recipes of the year. Made without processed food, these are everyday recipes, ones to make again and again. They are recipes that express the hallmarks of the Kitchen Parade style, "fresh" and "easy" and "flavor-forward" and "seasonal".

Best Recipes of 2010 ♥, just one per month.

I Thank You ...

Earlier this month, I received a letter from Patricia, a Kitchen Parade reader. She wrote, "At this time of the year, especially as we become older, it is important to count our blessings and tell those who have touched/and are touching our lives." She went on to thank me for making her life better. (Wow. Yes, I cried.)

But honestly, Kitchen Parade may come from my heart but without readers like Patricia – without YOU as a reader – and without your encouragement whether in comments, Facebook "likes" or an e-mail subscription, this website would be a much lesser place, it might not exist at all.

So let ME thank you, for reading, for your encouragement, for your trust, for your curiosity, for the privilege of sharing kitchens.

Happy New Year's to all!

My Favorite Recipes from 2010

January - Savory Cornbread Muffins February - Fast Roast Chicken March - Twice-Smoked Ham
April - Chocolate Cream Puffs Stuffed with Strawberries & Cream May - Homemade Egg McMuffin Cooked in the Microwave June - Lifetime Pancakes
July - First-Prize Peach Pie with Lattice Crust August - Summer Seafood Chowder September - Healthy Waldorf Salad
October - Moroccan Onions November - Perfect Whole Wheat Pumpkin Muffins December - Breakfast Casserole with Sausage, Apples & Caramelized Onions
~ All 2010 Kitchen Parade Recipes ~

My Favorite Photos This Year

Best Recipes of 2010 ♥, just one per month.

This spring, I switched back to Nikon camera gear! I'm still learning my way around the camera but my, how Nikon and I think alike. I'm now shooting with a Nikon D90 fitted with a 35mm lens. Here are some of the results, some of my favorite food pictures of the year.

In the center, the very first shot, straight out of the new camera – no reading, no manual! –

From the top left corner, moving clockwise:

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Alanna Kellogg
Alanna Kellogg

A Veggie Venture is home of "veggie evangelist" Alanna Kellogg and the famous asparagus-to-zucchini Alphabet of Vegetables.


  1. What an inspirational list!

    You've just inspired me to do a list of my favourite blog posts and recipes as well, dear :)

  2. Pamela1/02/2011

    My favorite recipe list would have to include the Fall Stew Baked in a Pumpkin. When our CSA delivered several small squash, including a couple of pumpkins, I made this for my picky family of 6. I left out the cheese in mine, as I can't eat dairy, and it was still delicious. Everyone loved it and I made it again as an entree on Thanksgiving for my vegetarian teenager. Thanks for a recipe that will become a fall tradition in our house.


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Thank you for taking a moment to write! I read each and every comment, for each and every recipe. If you have a specific question, it's nearly always answered quick-quick. But I also love hearing your reactions, your curiosity, even your concerns! When you've made a recipe, I especially love to know how it turned out, what variations you made, what you'll do differently the next time. ~ Alanna