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Best of 2009

Best of 2009

2009 was a big year for me, and an even bigger year for Biscuits and Such.  I got married, I started a small business, I won $500, I became a twitter aficionado.  b&s had its 100th recipe, hit its 1 year mark, and has had a steady increase in visitors, praise, and pie love.  All around, I’d call 2009 a success.  I thought I’d get a little nostalgic on you today and share some of my favorite things from this past year, something to remind me of where I’ve set the bar for 2010.

Best Savory Dish of 2009:

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Fried Chicken Bites

Best Use of Bacon in 2009:

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Bacon Wrapped Green Beans

Best Sandwich of 2009:

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Dan’s Fire In Your Hole Chicken Sandwich

Most Searched For Recipe of 2009:

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Smoked Kingfish Dip

2009’s Recipe Contest Winning Cake:

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Coca-Cola Cake

Best Cocktail of 2009:

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Tarheel Margarita

Biggest Kitchen Accomplishment of 2009:

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Bagels

Most Un-Southern Recipe of 2009:

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Chicken Spezzatini

Most Southern Recipe of 2009:

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Bourbon White Peach Pie

Best Pie of 2009:

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Caramel Apple Pie

Most Professionally Exciting Post of 2009:

Julia Child’s P.S. Biscuits

Most Personally Exciting Post of 2009:

Grape Salsa (the wedding post)

Most Creative Dessert of 2009:

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Caramel Fried Green Tomatoes

Best Seafood in 2009:

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Shrimp & Grits

Best Photo from 2009:

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Blueberry Soup

And finally…

Biggest Kitchen Blunder of 2009:

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Roasted Mango & Habanero Turkey, cooked upside down.

Thanks for coming and reading and sending  your love.  Have a happy New Years and I look forward to spending 2010 with you!

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1 Comment

  • Suzanne

    04.01.2010 at 08:50 Reply

    Awesome! Especially excited to try the Tarheel Margarita. Just in time for ACC hoops. :)

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