Happy Holidays: Best of 2014
‘Tis the season to be jolly and reflect upon the previous year; and boy, was 2014 a good one! This was Who Eats Better?’s second year on the web! Last year’s end brought a countdown of the Top 10 Tasty Adventures in 2013. This year, thanks to a lot more readers and shares, I want to recognize the best posts of 2014. Without further adieu, the winners are….
It’s just a bit ironic that the most boring sport I’ve participated in, ice fishing, resulted in my most popular post this year. Get your step-by-step guide to catching a trout here.
Job Description: True Korean “Ajumma”: Korean women over the age of 60 have been jokingly, but lovingly, dubbed the third gender of Koreans. They are not your average grannies.
My summary of my amazing trip to the Philippines got more likes than any post I wrote this year by a landslide. It captured the attention of readers around the globe and got several comments on Google+ (my main platform for sharing). If you’ve never considered the Philippines for vacation, you just might after reading this post.
A Fortress Guarding Beef Ribs: I took a trip to the ancient Korean capitol of Suwon for a famous lunch and interesting history lesson.
I turned a really easy hike into a comic book adventure. I love to write unconventional posts like this one and spent a lot of time putting it together. I think it’s worth a look.
While these weren’t the most viewed or liked this year, they still got a decent amount of traffic and thumbs up.
Welcome to Korea, Mom and Dad!: My two favorite people came to visit me and we ate enough for three blog posts, but I narrowed it down to one.
Bubba Gump Chicken: Everyone loves recipe ideas and these are the epitome of simple. Whole ingredients, what you see is what you get.
A lot of delicious adventures to come in 2015. Follow the blog to stay up to date. Happy holidays, and as always, thanks for reading!