The latest cookbook to yield Sandwich Wednesday benefits at Glover Gardens is from Jeff Mauro, called Come On Over.
Crabs caught just off our dock at Gumbo Cove were perfectly satisfying and reminiscent of my childhood at the beach in Gilchrist, TX.
Pickles! Whether they’re hot, sweet, spicy, bread-and-butter, gherkin, relish, big dills or tiny cornichons, the pickle pucker is something I appreciate.
Warming and hearty with deep, rich flavors, the Turkey Patty Melt Panini is perfect for a damp winter evening.
Once a recipe from a cookbook evolves this much from the original and becomes its own wonderful, unique thing, it’s time to document.
This sandwich is delightfully easy, with a very sophisticated taste. The crunch of the fresh cabbage and brightness of the mint are the perfect compliment to the juicy earthiness of the onions and steak.
Der Red Baron recipe: a triple decker of turkey breast, lean corned beef, Swiss cheese, crisp lettuce, tomato, sauerkraut and thousand island dressing.
The TBLT is a grilled tuna steak nestled in a panini with the traditional BLT ingredients plus red onion and a spicy condiment.
So over the last three weeks I had a long trip for work to Paris and then right away, a shorter trip for relaxation to Colorado (I know, I know, you’re not crying for me). After arriving home in Southeast Texas in the wee hours last […]
The U-Boat Sub is party food. Big bites for people with big appetites. Perfect for big games or big parties or just a bunch of hungry teenagers.
Quick and easy Chipotle Chicken Salad is a great for a tailgate party while also being a foodie-worthy appetizer.
My colleague and friend Stephanie makes the most marvelous dip, and we pester her to bring a batch to us at least monthly. It’s ‘formal’ name is Creamy Jalapeño Dip, but we mostly refer to it as Green Dip. And sometimes, Crack Dip (because it’s addictive). […]
We’re empty-nesters here at Glover Gardens, so I’m trying to pare down the amounts when I cook. It’s easier with some recipes than others. These delicious tuna burgers are simple to make for two, or four, or more. Just increase the recipe.
These salmon burgers are so easy they should be on the table at least once a month. Made with fresh salmon, they’re so good that you might be able to convince an innocent child that they’re actually chicken burgers…that little white lie is between you and your conscience. But hey – how is it different than Santa Claus?
It only takes a few minutes to make this lemony, quick avocado salad, which tastes best with artisan olive oil bought from your local farmer’s market. The salad is a perfect side for a Sandwich Wednesday panini.
This recipe yields a whopping big, beautiful burger; the pesto-cheese filling is a juicy surprise.
If you saw my post about Sandwich Wednesday, you know that the Grill-Meister is also a whiz at panini-making. This recipe is so easy it hardly needs to be typed out, and so good that you should make it today.