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.
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.
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, […]
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 […]
Galveston Island: waters’ edge serenity, lovely autumn beach. Photo credits to my son, who took this photo on his 19th birthday, November 23, 2016. More Glover Gardens haiku can be found here. Copyright 2016, Glover Gardens Cookbook
One reason I love to travel is the exposure to different foods, cultures, ideas and people. A case in point is the food discovery from last night at a business dinner in Chicago: short rib lasagne. Wow! It was a blustery, windy, rainy night, and […]