Time for a Coffee: Top Ten Blog Posts 2019

This year I have written 58 blog posts, last year I only managed 36 blog posts.

crispy buttermilk-battered florets of cauliflower, with roast serrano allioli

Tenth post was on how I found the Pork Ribs at Wagamama back in 2011

Wagamama Pork Ribs

The post at number nine was the time I had teriyaki lamb at Wagamama.

Time for teriyaki lamb

The eighth most popular post on the blog was about using a pre-prepared pack of ingredients from Morrisons, to make Chicken Fajita.

Chicken Fajitas “made easy”

Seventh most popular post, was about the time I was wondering what to eat in Sheffield’s Meadowhall, but in the end, went to Yo! Sushi.

I wasn’t sure what I was in the mood for…

The sixth most popular post was not about just any pork medallions, but Marks and Spencers’ Pork Medallions.

Marks and Spencers Pork Medallions

Dropping two places, the third most popular post was Basil & pine nut margherite, a simple pasta recipe.

Basil & pine nut margherite

Like last year, reminiscing about Newquay Steam Beer was the fourth most read post on the blog.

Newquay Steam Beer

Third most popular post on the blog, climbing from eighth position, was about the Pret A Manger Italian Chicken Salad I had in 2013. I have had it quite few times since.

Pret A Manger Italian Chicken Salad

Second most popular blog, having been top for two years was Sirloin for Beef Wellington? This was a response to the high ranking of another post about using sirloin steak in a Beef Wellington rather than fillet steak due to the way people were (at the time) searching Google.

Sirloin for Beef Wellington?

In at number one Chilli Squid from Wagamama, maintaining it’s top position as the most popular post on the blog.. This post was one of the many on the blog about squid, however it is now quite old being from 2011.

Chilli Squid from Wagamama

So there are three posts in the top ten about my visits to Wagamama.

So popularity appears to be dependent on older posts being found via Google searches.

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