If you love cookbooks, New Orleans, or Cajun-Creole food – or if you just want a good read that pulls you into a magical culinary history – you need this cookbook.
I have hundreds of cookbooks. Literally. It’s Mom’s Fault (thanks, Mom!) I’m a cookbook collector, or maybe even a cookbook pack rat. It might be a bit of a sickness. I’ve tried to slow it down, but for a while there, I was on a […]
You may want to pop out to your local bookstore to pick up a last-minute cookbook for the foodie on your list.
Heresy! “‘Recipes are dead’: What the future of cooking might look like” article from The Washington Post
The Glover Gardens take on a provocative idea about recipes and cookbooks being obsolete in the face of new technology: they’re NOT.
A well-worn family cookbook, Great Tastes from the Texas Coast, provides my late Mom’s guidance for antipasto success.
Junior League Cookbooks are like war bonds or Superman or Sunday School teachers: they can be counted on. That’s why this pork marinade is The BOMB.
I might be a Condiment-aholic. I love-love-love condiments. Especially those with southwest flavors. One of the simplest, oldest and best of the southwest condiments is salsa. I found a wonderful fresh salsa recipe years ago in a cookbook called Jane Butel’s Southwestern Kitchen, her Garden […]
Hard-boiled breakfasts, thrilling entrees, cozy desserts, and more–this illustrated cookbook features more than 100 recipes from legendary mystery authors.” I’m on board with this intriguing promo and am pre-ordering the Mystery Writers’s of America Cookbook which features recipes from lots of my favorite authors. I’m […]
I’ve been working on the Glover Gardens Cookbook for a couple of years, with the support and encouragement of my friends and family. The progress has been slower than I’d like but I’m eager to share my recipes and get your feedback, so a blog […]