Category: Cookbooks

The Ultimate Panini Press Cookbook for Sandwich Wednesdays

The Ultimate Panini Press Cookbook for Sandwich Wednesdays

A lost and found cookbook yields an excellent panini for yet another Sandwich Wednesday at Glover Gardens.

Cafe Pasqual’s: That Feeling When You Go Back and It’s Just as Good or Better

Cafe Pasqual’s: That Feeling When You Go Back and It’s Just as Good or Better

Deliciousness abounds at Cafe Pasqual’s in Santa Fe, as we (re)learned at a recent visit for a late breakfast. It is colorful, bright, welcoming and full of delighted diners enjoying the festive, art-filled ambiance.

Cookbook Collection: “Come On Over” is a Sandwich Wednesday FIND

Cookbook Collection: “Come On Over” is a Sandwich Wednesday FIND

The latest cookbook to yield Sandwich Wednesday benefits at Glover Gardens is from Jeff Mauro, called Come On Over.

Cooking Up a Storm, a Cookbook with a Unique NOLA Legacy

Cooking Up a Storm, a Cookbook with a Unique NOLA Legacy

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.

My Cookbook Fetish is Inherited

My Cookbook Fetish is Inherited

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 […]

Gift Guide: Books for Cooks – from Center of the Plate | D’Artagnan Blog

Gift Guide: Books for Cooks – from Center of the Plate | D’Artagnan Blog

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

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.

Antipasto Advice from Mom and Great Tastes from the Texas Coast

Antipasto Advice from Mom and Great Tastes from the Texas Coast

A well-worn family cookbook, Great Tastes from the Texas Coast, provides my late Mom’s guidance for antipasto success.

Found Recipe: This Marinade is The BOMB for Pork

Found Recipe: This Marinade is The BOMB for Pork

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.

Sandwich Wednesday: New Cookbook

Sandwich Wednesday: New Cookbook

Another Sandwich Wednesday panini: a simple goat cheese and red pepper sandwich from a new (to us) cookbook.

Sandwich Wednesday: the Gift that Keeps on Giving

Sandwich Wednesday: the Gift that Keeps on Giving

Every Wednesday is Sandwich Wednesday at Glover Gardens. Here are links to our equipment and panini cookbooks.

Glover Gardens Salsa, an All-Purpose, Wonderful Recipe

Glover Gardens Salsa, an All-Purpose, Wonderful Recipe

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 […]

Mystery Writers of America Cookbook

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 […]

Hello world!

Hello world!

The first post in the Glover Gardens Cookbook blog, which was later updated to simply be Glover Gardens.


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