All that’s missing is the food and the folks.
Category: At the Table
A homemade meal, a bottle of wine, and a great conversation. It was a perfect little party for three – my niece, her partner and me.
Food is art! These beautifully arranged culinary exhibits at a workshop in Paris made me feel satisfied before I even took the first bite.
Food & Wine published a compilation of seminal and iconic food photography – it’s truly foodie-worthy.
A well-worn family cookbook, Great Tastes from the Texas Coast, provides my late Mom’s guidance for antipasto success.
Perfect for fall parties, Tuscany-Texas Goat Cheese Spread is a burst of fresh flavors atop salty, creamy goat cheese.
Steak is on the menu at a tiny dinner party at Glover Gardens with international guests.
A rosemary wreath dresses up the standby party platter of cheese, salami and olives.
This blogging thing is fun, especially the connections with other bloggers and the ideas they share and inspire. One of the blogs I subscribe to is Last Night’s Feast, where blogger Sara occasionally makes a post called Pretty Things, a collection of unrelated links and […]
Keep the activities to a minimum, and the wine and stories coming. Conde Nast Traveler published an article that perfectly captures my philosophy about entertaining: How to Throw a Dinner Party Like a Parisian . I think I must be part Parisian.
Thanksgiving means food and family and fun, and I enjoy the process of getting ready for it. Check out some of the Glover Gardens standards.
Sometimes, you have to splurge. Like when your in-laws insist on taking you to a fancy steak place for your birthday. I mean, who’s going to argue about that? The splurge was steaks and potatoes and rose petals on the table – and wine and […]
I am very blessed to have an extremely diverse “village” of friends, co-workers, family, extended family and virtual acquaintances, and I love to enjoy their experiences vicariously. This one is about a hot pot dinner for two in Shanghai.