Twelve of 2012

by Jenn on December 30, 2012

in Gluten Free,Photography

I love doing year end roundups – this year, how about one for each month? Here is my favorite post for each month of 2012 – the recipes I have loved the most, and those that I loved writing the most – Hope it’s been a great 2012 for you and wish you all the best for 2013!


Creamy Cauliflower Soup – because I love hearty soups that celebrate otherwise mundane veggies :)


Cream of Jerusalem Artichoke and Celeriac Soup – my foray into root vegetables found their delight with jerusalem artichokes!

Cauliflower Jerusalem Artichoke Soup



Gluten Free French Omelette – one of my favorite posts of the year, a debate about the legitimacy of naturally gluten free recipes in the GF world


Three Reasons I Love My Tripod – I love writing these amateur food photography posts, and I consider this one of my most useful

French Omelette Taking pics of the Matterhorn :)


Sweet Potatoes with Chimichurri – a lovely fresh dish for sweet potatoes


Gluten Free Bread Boule – my best attempt to date of a crusty gluten free loaf

Sweet Potatoes with Chimichurri Gluten Free Bread


Chocolate Pudding Cake – a family comfort food classic


Lausanne Weekend Market – one of my favorite weekly markets in Suisse

Gluten Free Chocolate Pudding Cake Shopping


Prosciutto Wrapped Scallop and Fig Salad – a salad worthy of a special occasion to celebrate with!


Carrot and Squash Soup – celebrating our 4th wedding anniversary with a rustic New England inspired soup

Prosciutto wrapped scallop and fig salad Autumn Soup


Blueberry Bundt Cake – one of my favorite Gluten Free Ratio Rally efforts


Homemade Maple Cream – because I didn’t realize maple syrup could become any more delicious

Gluten Free Bundt Cake Homemade Maple Cream Spread


So there you have it, hope you enjoyed! I certainly have enjoyed cooking and photographing and sharing my life in this space with you :)


*as a side note, I realize several of my favorite posts happen to be soups – maybe we can continue this trend, make 2013 the year of soup?