This site began its life as a recipe database. Friends and family encouraged me to start Scrumptious Chef so they could rifle through an online resource from time to time when it came time to marshal their reserves and hit the kitchen.
Little did they (or I) realize that Scrumptious Chef would take on a life of its own and turn into the media empire that it is today.
Five of the ten most popular articles in the history of the site are all recipes.
These are the five most popular recipes we posted in 2012: Insanely delicious and easy to make. Posted just before Thanksgiving which is probably why it was the most popular recipe of the year
Bulleit Bourbon Bundt Cake With Buttermilk Praline Sauce http://www.scrumptiouschef.com/food/2012/11/19/Recipe-Bulleit-Bourbon-Bundt-Cake-With-Buttermilk-Praline-Sauce
I’ve been cooking Tex Mex since I was a kid. One of my all time favorites
Authentic Tex Mex Part Fifteen: Mexican Pinto Bean Chili With Smoked Pork And Green Onions http://www.scrumptiouschef.com/food/2012/1/9/Authentic-Tex-Mex-Part-Fifteen-Mexican-Pinto-Bean-Chili-With-Smoked-Pork-And-Green-Onions
My grandma Nellie Sullivan’s recipe
Austin Daily Photo: Recipe: How To Make Kentucky Style Northern Beans With Ham Bone http://www.scrumptiouschef.com/food/2012/1/20/Austin-Daily-Photo-Recipe-How-To-Make-Kentucky-Style-Northern-Beans-With-Ham-Bone
I love Turkey, the country, an homage
Recipe: Roasted Turkish Chicken With Schmaltz Fried Rice And Green Onions http://www.scrumptiouschef.com/food/2012/3/10/Recipe-Roasted-Turkish-Chicken-With-Schmaltz-Fried-Rice-And-Green-Onions
I’ve been blessed and fortunate to break bread in Holland
How To Make A Dutch Baby: Eating Pancakes In Amsterdam Netherlandshttp://www.scrumptiouschef.com/food/2012/4/30/How-To-Make-A-Dutch-Baby-Eating-Pancakes-In-Amsterdam-Netherlands