My Best Recipes, Workouts & Bloopers of 2014 –

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On the last day of 2014, I’m sharing a recap of top recipes, workouts and randomness. First, up are the ten most viewed recipes and food-related posts on my blog over the year.  There’s a little bit of something for everyone . . . . any time of the day. Breakfast, lunch, dinner or post-workout snack – I’ve got you covered with one of these healthy, quick-to-fix meals. I have personal favorites that didn’t make the list, like Pumpkin Pecan Oat Pancakes and Garlic & Rosemary Rubbed Tenderloin with Roasted Root Vegetables, and feel like they could have been contenders in this popularity contest if they were posted earlier in the year.

Top Healthy Recipes of 2014 from

  1. Mojo Chicken Breast with Grilled Citrus – If you’ve never put citrus on the grill, this will change your world.
  2. Baked Artichoke, Spinach & Blue Cheese Baked Eggs – Ooh, la, la – did you know in France they call baked eggs Oeufs in Cocotte?
  3. Watermelon Ginger Limeade and Watermelon Tips – I’m all about #LivingOnTheWedge
  4. Mom’s Black Bean, Avocado, Corn Salad (California Avocado Commission Contest Winner!)
  5. Iron Rich Recipes for Anemic Runners – You won’t get depleted with this collection!
  6. How to Freeze Avocados & Recipe Ideas – (like Bacon Avocado Stuffed Tomatoes)!
  7. Nut Butter Crispies with Cacao Nibs – Get your post-workout snack here!
  8. Skinny Banana Chocolate Chip Muffins – Moms and kids give this makeover recipe a thumbs up.
  9. Egg & Beef Barn-Raiser Bake – Make ahead for a crowd or keep portions in the freezer for busy mornings.
  10. Seared Steak Thai Salad – This vitamin-packed recipe will have you running to the grill!

Favorite 3 Workouts / WODs of the Year:

Top 3 Workouts 2014 -

1) Girls’ Night Workout – What happens at the CrossFit box when the guys are away.
2) Rings of Fire Workout – This workout will leave your body burning.
3) Watermelon WOD – Because, you’ve not been #LivingOnTheWedge until you workout with a 25lb watermelon.

Workout Bloopers &Workout Bloopers from Outakes Never Seen Until Now:

1)  I call this “broken wheel” pose.
2)  Okay, so baseball pitching isn’t my thing.
3)  Riding my invisible horse who is jumping across a ravine.

 Top 3 Searches Leading to

  1. How to Freeze Guacamole
  2. Complex Carbohydrates
  3. WODs

My 4 Favorite Weirdest Search Terms Leading to TheFitFork.comdog jump rope

  1. Dog Jumping Rope – This just makes me smile.
  2. 21097 – Confused until I realized this is how many meters I covered in my CrossFit ½ marathon ROWING stunt. I don’t think my rear as recovered . . . . and, speaking of butts:
  3. Big Butt Dancing – I would twerk, but ain’t got no junk in my trunk. I’m sure this searcher was very disappointed.
  4. Hamburger Smoothie – Now way, why didn’t I think of this first?!



One of the SWEETEST Comments Left on

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One of the WEIRDEST Comments Left on

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Thank you for reading my blog this year and I am looking forward to sharing a fit and flavorful 2015 with you!

Do you have any big plans for 2015? I have a son going to college (!!), plan on running lots of half marathons, need to feel some beach sand under my toes, and am “finally” going to organize my recipe collection. What about you?


13 thoughts on “My Best Recipes, Workouts & Bloopers of 2014 –

  1. OMGOSH I WANNNNNNT someone to find my blog by DOODLE JUMPING ROPE 🙂
    (or listening to me and OBEYING when I say shake 🙂 either way)

    • That baffled me too . . . . most girls would like to hear “your eyes are pretty’ or even “nice legs” . . . . but “your veins are breathtaking” WTF?!

  2. I love the workout bloopers…I think I’m going to compile a video of all mine, haha. I haven’t looked at how people found my blog through search queries in forever! They can be SO WEIRD sometimes.

    • When I was going through my photos from the year, I realized I had deleted many of the not so good ones . . . . at the timme I was thinking “sheezeand I hope no one sees these” and now I’m realizing they were pure gold.

  3. I’m glad you thought my comment was sweet– and it’s the truth.. every single time I make veggie cups or any of your recipes, you are right here with us. You had an lovely year, it was a blast to follow you, and I look forward to 2015 as well. Sending a child off to college would give me mixed feelings– I think that will be a difficult moment in my life– it’s like a book, there are some chapters you don’t want to end, but it’s equally exciting to start new ones. xo

    • I am terrible about commenting “yummy looking” or “yes please” (new year’s resolution to put more thought into my comments) so your message saying I was part of the family made me feel like my blog is totally worth the trouble 🙂 Happy New Year!!!

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