Sunday, January 8, 2012

Homemaker Monday: Top Ten 11th Heaven Posts of 2011

Welcome to the 165th weekly edition of...

Thank you for joining us! If you're new to this carnival and would like to enter your post, please check HERE for the rules and regs.

YOURS: This week's "YOURS" goes to Dr. Lisa at "Naked Moxie" for her Asian Lettuce Wraps! Lettuce wraps are one of my all-time favorite things to order when I eat out at P.F. Changs and I was so thrilled to find this recipe linked up last week. And to top it off, the photo is stunning. Look.....


And I love that Dr. Lisa posts a vegetarian alternative. Thanks so much, Dr. Lisa, for linking up and sharing this tempting recipe with us. Your blog is amazing and I'm looking forward to learning more from you. For Dr. Lisa's Asian Lettuce Wraps recipe, go HERE Enjoy!

MINE: So today, this second Homemaker Monday of the year, I thought it would be interesting to share my top ten most popular posts of the year 2011 according to Google Analytics. Here goes!


{Sprouted Wheat Manna Bread}

10. My Testimony of Jesus Christ

9. Cleaning Your Microwave

8. I Heart Mormon Funerals

7. Amazing Cake Balls!

6. Easy 48-Hour Camping Menu

5. Vegan Food My Kids Like: 15-Bean Soup

4. How to Can Dry Beans Without Precooking

3. Best Ever 100% Whole Wheat Dinner Rolls

2. All About Me: A Mother to a Multitude, A Wife to One Soldier, A Survivor, A Wife to One Godly Man

And coming in at first place for the second year in a row......

1. Sprouted Wheat Manna Bread

Thanks so much for listening! :)

OURS: Now it's your turn! Can't wait to read your homemaking tips, recipes and how-tos. If you're new to Homemaker Monday, please feel free to dig through your archives and post anything homemaking. Have a great day!


Dr. Lisa @ Naked Moxie said...

Wow!I am so happy and honored to have made the "Yours" pick. I love those Asian Lettuce Wraps and so easy too! Thank you for sharing my website Naked Moxie also and for hosting this party today! I put my favorite Curry recipe and hope you enjoy it! ~Dr. Lisa

Jessica said...

Thanks for hosting! Come join our Cultured Foods 2012 challenge. Here is a yummy recipe to get you started!

Jeanette said...

Thanks for hosting. I was interested to read your bottling dry beans without precooking post. I would have been certain that it wouldn't work for some reason--but I'm interested to learn it does work. I'll need to borrow a pressure canner.

Unknown said...

thanks for hosting, found you on red ted art. New follower. when you get a chance come visit my blog.

look forward to next week

shari brooks said...

added some chicken tortilla soup to warm your soul. Also, linked up chocolate cake truffles! enjoy and thanks for hosting

Dawn @ Small Footprint Family said...

Happy New Year! I'm new here and happy to post my recipe for homemade coconut milk. Most canned milk has toxic BPA in it, and most boxed milk has funky additives. Making your own is easy, more nutritious and super cheap!