It’s a bright, shiny new year. What will we do with it? Instead of resolutions for New Year’s, a focus word (or two).
It started out with cooking and recipes as the Glover Gardens Cookbook and grew into something else, something more, something unexpected.
This month’s Southern Living magazine sports several easy “recipes” for Christmas wreath appetizers that got me in the mood to revisit this simple but attractive finger food for a holiday buffet.
A time-tested and family-approved Chicken and Sausage Gumbo recipe with a step-by-step how-to guide.
These star-shaped cookies are deceptive; their look is humble but the taste is super-sophisticated, with a depth of flavor that comes from multiple spices that the 3 Wise Men might’ve brought on a starry, starry nigh
Creamy smoked gruyere and tangy paprika-spiked pesto are the perfect complements to grilled zucchini for a weeknight panini. But don’t let the vegetarian nature of the sandwich fool you – it is hearty!
A family cooking class was a GREAT opportunity to finalize the Glover Gardens gumbo recipe. And, what a great Gumbo Team my second cousins made… the Owens Gumbo Bros.
The cocktail pick for Thanksgiving this year is our Cherry Amaretto Sparkler. It’s like a cherry mimosa with a splash of amaretto, which elevates it to elegant sophistication somewhat reminiscent of a chocolate-covered cherry cordial.
Sweet potatoes roasted with a spicy-sweet rub get all dressed up with goat cheese and balsamic vinegar, making this a great dish for the holiday table.
Thanksgiving is my favorite holiday because it’s just about the food and the family, with no extra expectations or requirements. A meal that’s rife with memories and laughter and rich, satisfying food that you don’t normally eat.
A perfect day in Miami spans parks, foodie perks, art deco and a video game music concert.
A holiday-worthy recipe for green beans and mushrooms that is bold and different with bright, fresh flavors and a diversity of textures.
Remember Me from Coco is just one of the fabulous arrangements of Disney songs performed by the HMI Orchestra at the U Miami Frost School of Music.
The Washington Monument is beautiful, and striking, the epitome of elegant simplicity and also illustrative that we have not yet reached our ideals. Our ambitions larger than our capabilities, we yearn to grow, to learn, to become better.
In conjunction with Hispanic Heritage Month, the USPTO is recognizing some Hispanic Americans whose inventions contributed to the nation’s social and economic well-being.
A lost and found cookbook yields an excellent panini for yet another Sandwich Wednesday at Glover Gardens.