Fork Fingers Chopsticks 1 Year Anniversary & Top 10 Posts

Popular Posts Anniversary Fork Fingers Chopsticks

This week my blog is one! It’s hard to believe that a year has already passed since I started Fork Fingers Chopsticks.

It’s been a labor of love – all of it, except for the dirty dishes. I’m the researcher, recipe developer, cook, writer, photographer and marketer. I have no staff to manage and very rarely do I have the luxury of a sous chef. But, I dig it!

The nerd in me likes researching food history and finding the intersection of culture and food function, the unusual details of the exotic and the mundane. On this journey, I’ve become a hobbyist food anthropologist – digging deep on the different cultural uses of a particular ingredient.

When I created this blog, I wanted it to be different – I hoped to create a place for recipes and great content.  I have cooked every recipe that is featured on this site and sometimes I had to make a dish several times to get it just right for you. Let’s just say, we ate a lot of arroz con pollo at my house last April.

As I embark on the next year, I want to say thanks to all of you – friends and people whom I’ve never met from across the globe. You read my posts, try my recipes, and take the time to make comments. It means a lot, knowing that you find value in my food blog. I also send a special thanks to my husband for his support and for washing so many dishes.

If you haven’t done so, start following me on Facebook and Twitter. I frequently post other food-related news. In the next month, I will be adding a new feature on my Facebook page about pantry staples – such as spices, oils, chiles, etc.

In homage to FFC’s first year, check out this year’s most popular posts. If one of these is not your favorite, tell us which was and more of what you’d like to see in the next year.

Happy cooking and eating!

-Andrea

10.  Sweet Potato: Jamaican Sweet Potato Curry

9.  Lentils: Lentil & Plantain Salad – Ensalada de Lentejas Y Platanos

8.  Sofrito – Puerto Rican Fresh Bouillon

7.  Green Tomatoes: Chow Chow – Pickled Relish

6.  Quinoa: African Peanut Quinoa Soup

5.  Cabbage: German Russian Cabbage Burgers – Runzas & Bierocks

4.  Zucchini: Mexican Succotash – Calabacitas Con Elote

3.  Rice: Puerto Rican Rice with Chicken – Arroz con Pollo

2.  Rice: 5 Ways to Make Horchata- Mexico’s Rice Drink

1. Black Eyed Peas: Vietnamese Sweet Rice & Bean Pudding – Che Dau Trang

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12 Responses to Fork Fingers Chopsticks 1 Year Anniversary & Top 10 Posts

  1. Congratulations! You have accomplished much in one year. I look forward to the year to come. “Felicidades”!

    Kathleen

  2. Wow CONGRATS!!! Nice having you for a year already!

  3. Happiest anniversary to one of my very favorite blogs and bloggers! It’s a pleasure to read your work.

  4. Food-G says:

    Happy 1st birthday FFC! This is one of my favorite blogs, and my #1 most cooked from. Tonight I’m making your zucchini balsamella to celebrate (I’ll put a candle in it). Keep up the good work!

    p.s. I’d like to add your Quinoa Tabbouleh to the top 10 list.

  5. Wow, seeing your top 10 really shows your fabulousness! Congrats, amiga! I am so glad to have gotten to know you through this great blog!

  6. Lana says:

    Congratulations, Andrea! Looking forward to reading many more of your posts!

  7. Thanks for the kind words. The year went by quickly and I’m gearing up for another great year.

    By the way, my favorite, favorite recipes were the green pozole, rajas con crema, golden sunshine quinoa, zucchini bechamella, rum quito, rum swizzle…I like them all and my favorite depends on my mood.

  8. Happy First Blogiversary! I love reading your blog and seeing what you’re up to in your food world. I’m looking forward to may more years of your great posts. Cheers.

  9. Chelby & Don says:

    Congrats! The last time we made the pozole we had to pull up your site for the recipe bc we didn’t remember it. If it were not for forkfingerschopsticks it would not have been recorded.

  10. sippitysup says:

    Top 10s are fun, so are anniversaries. Congrats on both. GREG

  11. Papawazi says:

    Congrats on your 1st year. I don’t even cook that much but I love learning about the connection between the recipe and culture.

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