Correction:

A previous version of this story omitted Extremely Slow-Roasted Turkey Breast as a most-viewed recipe. Banana-Berry Nut Muffins With Chia Seeds should not have been on the list. This version has been updated.

Most-viewed Washington Post recipes of 2013

This year witnessed the launch of our new and improved Recipe Finder, but that doesn’t mean old favorites were forgotten. Here’s a list of our 10 most-viewed recipes of 2013:

Flaky Cream Cheese Pie Crust. We keep returning to Rose Levy Beranbaum’s pastry recipe for new pies, including Joe Yonan’s Cranberry Apricot Pie.

VIENNA, VA, JANUARY 9, 2013: Winter salad of shaved cucumber, radish and endive with lemon vinaigrette. Dishware courtesy of Crate & Barrel. (Photo by ASTRID RIECKEN For The Washington Post)

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White House Kale Salad . The Obamas made this a part of their Thanksgiving meal in 2012, but we would serve it year-round.

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To view these and other recipes, visit our Recipe Finder at www.washingtonpost.com/recipes.

— Becky Krystal

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