Last year was a big one for us. It saw the release of the revised and updated second edition of our first cookbook, Artisanal Gluten-Free Cooking, (which Delicious Living magazine recently named one of the great gluten-free cookbooks of 2012!) as well as the release of The Gluten-Free Edge. The third annual Gluten-Free Ultramarathon Challenge—though plagued by injury—brought the three-year fundraising total to $9,000 in support of the National Foundation for Celiac Awareness. And we moved from New York to Colorado (again).
Through it all, we wrote just over 100 posts for No Gluten, No Problem. These are the top 10 most popular from 2012:
10. Gluten-Free Ratio Rally: Brownies
For the monthly Ratio Rally, we served up a recipe for brownies made with Mexican chocolate and mesquite flour, topped with a basic caramel sauce.
9. Sweet Potato-Black Bean Chili
This hearty vegetarian chili is a great option for the cold winter months.
This rustic Italian dish is as beautiful as it is richly flavorful.
Though we’ve made corn tortillas oodles of times, for the monthly Ratio Rally we served up a recipe for flexible, gluten-free flour-based tortillas, perfect for sandwich wraps, quesadillas, you name it.
Inspired by a vacation to St. Croix in the U.S. Virgin Islands, the name says it all: lime and coconut (and some Caribbean rum) come together in this refreshing cocktail.
5. Gluten-Free Ratio Rally: Crepes
We took the “standard” crepe and gave it a boost, creating layers of mini-crepes with dairy-free coconut-lime pastry creme in between the layers. (And what a coincidence that back-to-back most popular blog posts both featured the coconut-lime combo!)
We reviewed this cookbook by Kelly Brozyna (The Spunky Coconut). Nearly a year later, we still make her coffee cake.
This vegetarian salad—served warm or cold—could be the star on your plate or serve as a great side.
Just three words: gluten-free challah. Enough said.
Our critical review of this New York Times bestseller has become a lightning rod for Wheat Belly critics and supporters alike.
And so there you have it—the most popular blog posts of 2012. Many thanks to each and everyone one of you for your support last year. May your 2013 be happy, healthy, and deliciously gluten-free.