2011 Reflection: Readers vs BMH, Recipes and Restaurants

It is always intriguing to compare what BMH readers view and discover which restaurants and recipes are the most clicked versus our favorites.

In 2011, readers gravitated towards the No Bake Mascarpone CheesecakeShiritaki Fettucine Alfredo and proteins Chinese Bourbon ChickenBeef Lasagna with Cottage Cheese and Crispy Pan-Fried Pork Chop. The impetus for the No Bake Mascarpone Cheesecake was out of sheer laziness. The protein dishes were in search for comfort food and the Shiritaki Fettucine Alfredo was a recipe to slow down on the carbohydrate in take.

Crispy Pan-Fried Pork Chop

The recipes BMH enjoyed last year were Crab Cakes and Remoulade Sauce, Spicy Mayo BLT and Banana Foster Bread. Both the crab cakes and bread were influenced by food travels in New Orleans and we  enjoyed almost once every other month a Weeknight Roast Chicken. After perpetually ordering kheer for dessert, it was only time before we tried to attempt it ourselves.

Weeknight Roast Chicken

Kheer Rice Pudding

Our reader’s most clicked restaurants reviews included Winsor Dim Sum Cafe (for the crispy spring roll), Lithuanian Kitchen (for the cepelinai) and the following:

41 Degrees (for the the Iberian ham air baguette)

Flour Bakery (for the sticky buns)

Momofuku Milk Bar (for the salted pistachio soft serve)

Some of our personal restaurant favorites include American tapas, The Brahmin (for the truffled mac and cheese), The Gallows (for the poutine and burgers) and the following:

Tapacs 24 (for the huevos estrellados)

Island Creek Oyster Bar (for the lobster roll)

Angelo Brocato (for the peach gelato)

Xoco (for the churros and empanadas)

Cheers to 2011, the New Year and may it bring good health, happiness and many pleasant food memories. -The BMH sisters

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