Rhubarb and Honey’s Top 10 Recipes of 2013

Happy New Year!

I hope 2014 has started off splendidly for all my Rhubarb and Honey friends.

The Chef and I rang in the new year by making dinner for our famliy … prime rib, loaded twice-baked potatoes, and roasted Brussels sprouts, oh my! A few days later, we celebrated The Chef’s birthday at one of our favorite St. Louis restaurants … and then yesterday, Mother Nature dropped over 12 inches of snow on us so we spent the day in the kitchen.

You didn’t think we’d spend our snow day playing board games, did you? Of course not!

Before I get to new recipes for 2014, including the ones we cooked up while snowed in, I wanted to take a second to look back at the top 10 recipes from 2013 … so without further ado, here they are!

Rhubarb and Honey's Top 10 Recipes of 2013

Rhubarb and Honey’s Top 10 Recipes of 2013

  1. Sweet Potato Noodle Kugel
  2. Drunken Irish Bacon Jam
  3. Peppermint Bark Snowflakes
  4. Labneh (Homemade Cream Cheese)
  5. Cranberry, Pecan, and Olive Oil Quick Bread
  6. Muffaletta Bites
  7. “St. Louis Style” Nachos
  8. Gluten-Free Stuffed Mushrooms
  9. Sweet and Spicy “Phyllo Poppers”
  10. Roasted Garlic Baba Ganoush

What was your favorite Rhubarb and Honey recipe last year? Leave me a comment to let me know!




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  • http://whatshouldieatforbreakfasttoday.com/ What should I eat for breakfas

    I’ve somehow missed drunken irish bacon jam and I am glad that you made this summation. 2013 was a good year and I really hope that 2014 will be better 😀

  • http://laurasmess.me/ Laura @laurasmess.me

    This is a beautiful round up of recipes Kim! I love the fact that you’ve got sweets, savouries and… the best of all, LABNEH! I adore that stuff, I could eat it every day (in fact, I pretty much do!). Thanks for a year’s worth of inspiration. I look forward to seeing what 2014 will bring! Hope that it’s a wonderful year for you xx

  • http://www.ohksocial.com/ Kristy Gardner

    It sounds like it was a good new years for you :) I have to admit, not being around family and friends on New Years is even more difficult for me than Christmas. Having worked in the restaurant industry for 10 years, all my friends have to work that night but before moving to Toronto, I used to make the rounds and sit at their bars. Here’s to a fabulous new year filled with love and laughter, my friend.

    PS. he pecan cranberry bread looks insane. I’ve been so busy with work I’ve missed a lot of blog posts this year – this is a great chance to catch up! xoxoxo!

  • kitchenriffs

    This snow was really something, wasn’t it? I’ve had enough for the year! Great roundup of stuff. Happy New Year!

  • http://www.leeanngtaylor.com LeeAnn Taylor

    This list looks amazing! I will have to bookmark it for later when I have a bit more time. I love your focus on slow foods and am looking forward to exploring your site more soon! #SITSBlogging

    • http://rhubarbandhoney.com/ Kimberly

      Thanks, LeeAnn! There are so many great blogs I’m discovering through #SITSBlogging … can’t wait to check out yours!

  • Lauren http://oncecoupled.com

    I’m a sucker for carbs. That’s quick bread looks to die for! #sitsblogging

    • http://rhubarbandhoney.com/ Kimberly

      Me too, Lauren! Thanks for stopping by!

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