We put out a whopping 538 recipes this year, from coconut-curry mussels to deep-dish cranberry pie. But of all the hundreds of recipes we’ve developed in our test kitchen, Pinterest has declared these to be tops. Behold: our five top pinned recipes on Pinterest in 2015.
#5: Perfect Pork Chops
Who doesn’t want to know how to grill the perfect pork chop? Master these outdoor grilling tips and you’re sure to enjoy a succulent piece of pork every time.
#4: Classic French Crepes
French crepes are fitting for pretty much every occasion, whether you’re sitting down to breakfast, lunch, a hearty snack or a light supper. Here’s our foolproof recipe for the perfect crepe.
#4: Heirloom Tomato Tart
Bookmark this heirloom tomato tart with ricotta and basil now, then make it once summer rolls around; it’s one of our test kitchen’s all-time favorites.
#2: Green Bean Bundles
Green beans are a must on the Thanksgiving and Christmas table, and wrapping these long, slender, crunchy poles only makes everything taste better. Also, the name “green bean bundles” is pretty fun to say, too.
#1 (Drumroll, please…): Onion Soup with Bacon, Winter Herbs and Gruyere
Winter has officially arrived, which means there’s no better time to make this adaptation of French onion soup with bacon, herbs and cheese-topped toasts. Serve it with a full-bodied ale.
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These look fabulous! Will try a couple. But mostly I wanted to thank you for putting the whole article on one page instead of making us click 30 times to get thru a painfully slow article while a dozen ads are trying to load before you can click to the next number on the list, and then you have to click yet again, to get the sentence underneath the pic! Thank you for having some class!