The Triple-Chip Brownies have four kinds of chocolate in them, plus three kinds of chips: peanut butter, semi-sweet chocolate and white chocolate.
Author: Kim of Glover Gardens
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.
Pan-searing is a great treatment for baby bok choy, especially when paired with grape tomatoes and topped with parmigiano-reggiano and salsa macha.
I spent about ten minutes photographing our Inverness seagull, who I named Nessie (wouldn’t you?), and this was truly a microjoy.
I’m killing the writer’s block beast with brusque, intentional keyboard strokes and this short confessional post.
Alluring and intriguing sights, sounds and smells… historic and bustling Borough Market in London’s Southwark district has them all, and more. It’s the biggest food market I’ve ever seen, part farmers’ market, part international food court, and 100% foodie.
A party-party weekend at Glover Gardens was the perfect excuse for Trash Can Nachos and other non-fancy comfort food.
Blessed with shrimp boil leftovers after a lovely and fun fundraiser, we did some research and decided to create the Glover Gardens Shrimp and Grits recipe. We also learned a lot about the long history of shrimp and grits.,
Family recipes are a conduit for shared memories and connects us to generations past and generations to come.