A haibun about haibun and fall colors, in response to a prompt from D’Verse Poets’ Pub.
The hibiscus were the star of the garden this weekend. And the butterflies and birds were very photogenic, too.
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
A selection of mouthwatering and tradition-laden Thanksgiving recipes from the Glover Gardens archives.
A gorgeous, fiery sun merging with the horizon while it generously backlit the clouds and turned the evening sky into a work of art deserving of a haiku.
I met this rooster over the weekend in Wimberley, Texas. He’s quite handsome, isn’t he? I think in ballet, this position is called a Tendu. This Hill Country rooster was so grand that he deserved a haiku. cock-a-doodle-doo cock’s-comb silhouette ballet a rooster tendu © […]
Real life at Glover Gardens has been a little too busy for the Glover Gardens blog to be active for the past week or two…but I’m revving up for a revival. I “catered” a friend’s 50th birthday party in the Texas Hill Country this weekend, […]
A friend and colleague’s perfect execution of a traditional Swedish apple cake, with the (translated) recipe. A great candidate for the holiday table.
There’s not much cooking going on at Glover Gardens of late; it’s been all travel and restaurants and take-out – oh my! But last Sunday night, the Grill-Meister and I caught up on comfort food all at once with a big pot of red beans […]