2016's Top 10 Viewed Posts

I like being able to share with you, my top 10 viewed posts I wrote in the past year because it helps me in knowing what people are interested in. I started doing this several years ago because of several blogger friends, but it has turned into something good for me; something that helps me out in the long run.
Top 10 Posts for 2016
I have come to the conclusion people love recipes and many are looking for that special encouragement that is only found in Jesus and within the precious words of the Bible. The posts I shared in 2016 had a lot to do with both, but mostly about Jesus.

2016's Top 10 Viewed Posts

Southern Venison Hash - Y’all this is so good. You don’t even have to use vension, you can use a regular roast from the grocery store. You’ll thank me when you give this recipe a try.

The Light in the Morning – We all face those dark moments in life. No matter how dark our night is, the light in the morning as it begins to flood the earth is amazing. With it brings a new day.

When We Pray, Things Happen – The power of prayer is real. We can’t go into it with a wishy washy faith and attitutde. When we pray, we have to be serious and with faith that the Lord will work.

A Refuge from the Storm - We have One we can run to when the storms of life hit. We don’t have to face them alone; He gives us the strength we need to face them.

Quick and Easy Chicken Taco Rice – Another good recipe. In fact, a recipe you can switch out the chicken with beef if you prefer. If you are like me, you probably have all the ingredients in the kitchen at this moment.

6 Quick Recipes for Busy Weeknights – I know who you are, the one who sadly opens a package of hot dogs to serve on those busy nights. I’ve been there, but you don’t have to be with these recipes.

Potatoes Au Gratin – Potatoes, bacon, onions, and a creamy sauce covered in cheese. Need I say more?

Unstuffed Stuffed Bell Peppers - This savory recipe is my most favorite of the year. You won’t be disappointed. If you have one who doesn’t care for bell peppers, cut down the amount or leave them out altogether. But a little bell pepper flavor goes a long way in this recipe.

Crockpot Apple Butter – I love eating warm biscuits with apple butter slathered on the inside. It’s very easy to make your own and it takes a whole lot better that store bought.

Flavorful Baked Beans – This recipe is not like canned beans. Once you’ve made your own, you won’t go back to buying flavored baked beans.

Have you missed my top 3 most viewed of all time posts?

Baked Sausage and Potatoes Recipe

Cleaning my Self-Cleaning Oven

Copycat Varsity Chili Sauce Recipe


  1. Looks like some I might want to go back and check out now that I have a computer again and looking forward to what you share in 2017

  2. Hello, Pat, I hope you do check those out. I'm glad to hear you have a new computer.

  3. I like these posts too...it's a good way to see what people are reading; what they're most interested in. Mine was a good cross section od what I post...a little from each category.


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