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Happy New Year, Dear Reader!!!  This is the fourth Top 10 Recipes collection here at Lord Byron’s Kitchen.  It still boggles my mind that I’ve been doing this for just over five years!  I posted my first recipe in July of 2013 – where has the time gone?

I guess it’s true folks; time does fly when one is having fun!  And, truthfully, Dear Reader, I have way too much fun running the scenes here at Lord Byron’s Kitchen!  Every day brings a new challenge, but not a challenge so big that it overshadows my passion for this blog and the joy that it brings me every single day.  (If only I could own a bigger kitchen!)

I’m extremely grateful for you, Dear Reader.  As much as I love to cook and write, it is you who has driven my desire to make Lord Byron’s Kitchen bigger and better.  I strive to perfect recipes, to post a variety of recipes for all tastes and diets, to improve my photography and writing skills, and more importantly, to interact more with each and every one of you.

Including all of the Christmas recipes you have read in my cookie advent series, which you can read right here: Lord Byron’s 24 Cookies of Christmas – I published a total of 165 recipes this year.  That’s an average of 3 recipes per week!  See, I told you I love cooking and baking!

The recipes that follow are the Top 10 Recipes of 2018.  Some of the recipes are new to the Top 10 list this year, and some are repeated from the previous year – or even several years!  It all depends on the popularity in terms of views and comments.

If, by chance, you are curious to see what recipes were included in the Top 10 Recipes in previous years, you can find them here: 201720162015

Now, without further delay, here are the Top 10 Recipes of 2018 from Lord Byron’s Kitchen:

1. Honey Garlic Baked Pork Bites 

Tender, with charred bits, these Honey Garlic Baked Pork Bites are delicious and easy to prepare.  Perfect for a family dinner anytime!

2. 30 Minute Ginger Beef  

Tenderized cuts of beef, fried until crispy, and coated in a garlic and ginger sauce – 30 Minute Ginger Beef is an inexpensive dinner the whole family will love!

3. Vegetarian Pulled Pork  

Pulled Pork can now be enjoyed by everyone!  Vegetarian Pulled Pork is about as close to the real thing as you’re ever going to get!

4. Roasted Herbed Beef Tips  

Moist, succulent, perfectly seasoned, and bite-sized; these are just a few ways to describe these Roasted Herbed Beef Tips.  Marinated and oven-roasted to perfection, and using the most simple ingredients, beef is transformed into a mouth-watering dish with numerous serving options.

5. Garlicky Butter Chive Parmesan Pork Chops  

Grilled and then baked with a garlicky, cheesy, butter baste, Garlicky Butter Chive Parmesan Pork Chops are simple and rustic, uses common ingredients, and packs a whole lot of flavour into each and every bite!

6. Dad’s Canned Pickled Beets 

Preserving a fall harvest is an experience like no other, and every home chef should try canning at least once.  Dad’s Canned Pickled Beets is the perfect place to start.  Sweet, vinegary, and fork-tender, these beets will keep you smiling all winter long!

7. Easy Homemade Jam 

Whether you are preparing a large or small batch, my Easy Homemade Jam recipe is for you!  Three ingredients and no water canning method needed to keep your pantry stocked with jam all year round!

8. Sun Dried Tomato Pesto 

A homemade Sun Dried Tomato Pesto that is so much better than store-bought.  Jarred tomatoes, good olive oil, fresh basil and parmesan cheese – a marriage made in food heaven! 

9. Lemon Cream Cheese Coffee Cake  

Lemon Cream Cheese Coffee Cake is extra lemony, with a creamy filling and a crumbly topping.  Light, refreshing, and delicious; brew the coffee and invite your friends!

10. Korean Vegetarian Beef 

A vegetarian version of the popular bulgogi.  My version – Korean Vegetarian Beef – uses textured vegetable protein to achieve the same results as ground beef.  20 minutes start to finish!

There you have it!  If you have already tried all of these recipes, why not try them again!?  Or, maybe you missed one or two along the way.  Go through the list make the recipes you’ve missed.  After all, you don’t want to miss out on the Top 10 Recipes of 2018!  Do you?  😉

Lastly, Dear Reader, thank you for following me on this journey.  I’ll be back in a few days with new recipes and we’ll finally take a deserved break from all of that Christmas baking – at least for eleven months!  I wish you all the very best and happiest that 2019 has to offer!  Cheers!

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  1. This is quite a collection! So colourful and yum. I can see a few recipes that I would like to try like your lemon cream cheese coffee cake and 30 minute ginger beef.

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