It was the first time for any of us to make crepes – and we mastered it! It’s not nearly as hard as it seems, and crepes are satisfyingly delicious.
Today, we’ve gotten out the aprons and we’re going to cooking school to master crepes and souffles. This is exciting, as these are egg dishes we haven’t yet added to our Glover Gardens repertoire.
Ba-dee-ya, y’all – Happy Earth, Wind and Fire Day! They are on the list of tiny things that make me immediately (and ridiculously) happy. Check out the list in pictures, and a September video.
Everyone touches the world in their own way. Making my own tiny imprint through this blog, I need to balance the dark with the light, the yin with the yang. This post and poem are gentle and positive.
Pesto is a wonder condiment, and the Glover Gardens recipe features extra nuttiness with a combination of roasted mixed nuts along with fresh walnuts or pecans.
Tossing out my anchor for this Glover Gardens 2023 Labor Day all-over-the-place ramble, with memories of rollicking good times and barbecue, family trips and dolphin sightings, recipes and Jimmy Buffett.
The Triple-Chip Brownies have four kinds of chocolate in them, plus three kinds of chips: peanut butter, semi-sweet chocolate and white chocolate.
Pumpkin spice is a thing, a social movement, a gotta-have-mine-it’s-October pull of nature almost stronger than a biological clock, but geeeeez, trying to project that onto poor birds seems like a Big Bad Bird Wrong
This recipe is one answer for the question: What to do with leftover pulled pork? But if you don’t have pulled pork (or smoked corn), you can still make great empanadas.
A poem formed from snatches of conversations overheard at a restaurant in Mississippi.
During a weekend on that June work trip that lasted 3 weeks, I played with a GPT art tool. Check out my cherry amaretto sparkler as imagined by gpt technology.
Two posts in one day! Here’s why: I can’t resist sharing the recording of the Musical Millennial’s jazz gig from last Tuesday night at Monks Jazz in Austin, TX with you. And I can’t wait. Here you go! The Musical Millennial is my son, Thomas […]
Cooking chicken and rice together this summer gave my son and me a little bit of structure, a shared goal, a creative playground that led to exploration and learning, time to tell stories and get caught up on each other’s lives, and some damn fine meals.
Creating a meal together is a wonderful, collaborative and fulfilling experience that transcends the food and is woven into the fabric of relationship memories.
Clarinda’s Tea Room feels like a place you would have gone with your grandmother as a child. And somewhere your grandmother might have gone herself as a child, with her own grandmama.
It’s time to make Glover Gardens Chili! That’s what we do when we’ve got an abundance of hot peppers in the summer – we lean into the heat and make a big batch.