What You Shouldn’t Have Missed from Cook in 2012
Remember when these things happened on the Cook channel of The Daily Meal?
A lot happened in 2012, and as it is so often the case when we approach a new year, we'd like to take some time to reflect on the most memorable events that took place in the past year — on the Cook channel, that is. Sure, the Queen of England celebrated her Diamond Jubilee and the United States' first-ever black president was reelected for a second term, but there was a lot of great stuff that happened on The Daily Meal’s Cook channel as well, and we want to make sure you remember them.
We covered the gamut of cooking topics this past year, from healthy tips to homemade recipes, and out of it all, there are a handful of popular stories that we hope you didn’t miss. While many were mourning the tragic death of legendary singer and actress Whitney Houston this past year, we lightened the load by sharing some brain boosting foods with you; and when the world was celebrating the thirtieth Olympic Games this August in London, we were showing you how to host a backyard pig roast at home. Whether it was happy or sad news, or a famous figure to a villainous one, we counteracted breaking news like Honey Boo Boo, Hurricane Sandy, and Jerry Sandusky, with our own headlines like healthy fixes, White Castle, and crazy cupcakes.
So, while the Cook editors at The Daily Meal hope you have a very happy new year, we want to make sure you don't miss any these key moments in 2012 from The Daily Meal Cook editors by asking you: remember when?
Anne Dolce is the Cook Editor at The Daily Meal. Follow her on Twitter @anniecdolce
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