A Dime a Dozen

Top Twelve

I like to do a couple of reviews during the month, to consolidate what I have found and what I have been thinking about. This one looks at the most and least popular posts of the past month.

The Most Popular Posts in December 2007.

Chickpea Chat A dozen to go, please Hummus Baked Apples Chat Masala Eggplant Curry Hot Masala Pumpkin for Roasting Cumquat Marmalade Chickpea in all its glory Crimson Beetroot and Berlotti Bean Fry Semolina No-Egg Pasta

You can see that chickpeas have been popular. The oldest post is the last one – Semolina Eggless Pasta. This was my first post, and has remained quite popular.

Only three of these appeared in November’s Most Popular – Channa Masala, Garam Masala and Cumquat Marmarlade.

The second oldest is How to Make Garam Masala , but it gets confused with people googling for Hot Indian Ladies. :-)

The second most popular was last month’s post on the vagueries of hits for each post. Funny how one of the most popular posts is a post on the most popular posts.

The Least Popular Posts in December 2007.

Rolls Rice Taking Stock

Taking Stock remains in the bottom three, but the other two are new entrants!

More Food, Cooking and Recipes:

Eggplant and Miso Its a Wrap 071217-003a.jpg Gin and Chilli WoYoPraMo Bread Caramelised Pumpkin Risotto Pumpkin for Roasting Homa Sambar Spices Risotto Crimson Beetroot and Berlotti Bean Fry

About Ganga108

Heat in the Kitchen, Cooking with Spirit. Temple junkie, temple builder, temple cleaner. Lover of life, people, cultures, travel. Champion of growth, change and awareness. Taker of photos. Passionate about family. Happy.
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8 Responses to A Dime a Dozen

  1. Asha says:

    Beautiful photos V! That sweet little baby face caught my eye first!:))
    There is a Hindi movie called “Garam Masala” too!:D
    Have a fun weekend, see you on Monday.

  2. VegeYum says:

    Thanks, Asha. Yes, he is quite a cutie. 12 months old today. Oh, no wonder Garam Masala gets a lot of hits. “Hot Masala” is googled a lot – I often wonder what they think when all they see is some crushed spices!

  3. bee says:

    wish you a wonderful 2008.

  4. simpleanddelicious says:

    I always love the photos here!

  5. Maninas says:

    Have a wonderful journey!

    Wishing you all the best in the new year!



  6. ALL your posts are popular with me…if I don’t comment on one, it is time that keeps me from it. I love your work!

  7. kalyan says:

    Some beautiful photos & stuff there…I just love visiting your blog!

  8. foodieguide says:

    I know this is going to sound so repetitive, but every time I visit your blog, I’m just mesmerised by the vibrancy, simplicity and beauty of your photos. Have you thought about publishing a recipe book with your photos?! Helen Yuet Ling

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