No recipe today, I am simply curious, and I am confined to barracks because it is hoofing down with rain. I was just browsing the rather impressively organised stats that WordPress very kindly collates for us and I am intrigued to know why so many people are looking at the Nearly Roses Lime Marmalade recipe that I posted way back in January 2016.
Bizarrely, this is the most-viewed post on the whole site – it gets more than three times as many viewings as the new recipes that I post. It has been top choice for viewers every day for months. So far this year, it’s had more than 1,200 views and we are only in August. Back in 2016, it only received 26 views in the entire year. That’s a pretty exponential rise.
Is there suddenly a lime glut? Or has everyone decided Roses lime marmalade contains way too much sugar for our 2018 palates and is looking for a sharper, tastier, alternative?
And I have another question – the most popular time for people viewing aviewfrommykitchen is 3pm on a Monday. I can only assume that Monday-afternoon torpor has set in and you’re all thinking about the much more important question of what you’re going to have for your dinner on Friday night than whatever you are supposed to be doing at work.
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Enjoy your weekend everyone, see you at 3pm on Monday.