The new cookbook. Lunch at the Glitz


Lunch at The Glitz

Now available at Irish Acres Gallery


Nonesuch, KY

(859) 873-6956 




  • #1 written by emilie mccauley
    about 3 years ago

    I have enjoyed the reports of the recipes people are trying! Happy Cooking!

  • #2 written by Matt Davidson
    about 3 years ago

    The cover of the cookbook is fantastic! I’m sure people will be thrilled to receive or give this as a Christmas gift.

  • #3 written by George Rupert
    about 3 years ago

    Emilie! Great to see the cookbook is ready. Will arrange to acquire some for Christmas gifts, hopefully personally autographed. Congrats, I know this will be a huge success!

  • #4 written by Dave Netzer
    about 3 years ago

    Emilie, this is so exciting! Congratulations on this wonderful achievement!! Can’t wait to get the book and more for Derby friends!!

    • #5 written by Abby Vaughn
      about 1 year ago

      I have been visiting The Glitz for over 20 years. A favorite place to have lunch and to shop not only personally, but for gifts. I also love telling my friends and new comers to Lexington. What a surprise when they walk through the double white doors.
      #1 Fan

  • #6 written by Tanis Westbrook
    about 3 years ago

    Emilie – your book is fabulous! I can personally attest to the fact that every recipe I’ve made from it works and all are delicious. I know it will be a great success for you. That doesn’t mean, though, that Ric and I won’t come to have lunch at The Glitz every time we are in Lexington. He had me put it on our list of “musts” when we are in the area!

  • #7 written by Phyllis Elsberry (Aunt Phil)
    about 3 years ago

    Hi Sweetie, I knew if it was on here I had to find it…Its beautiful…Can’t wait to see it.
    Love to all of you. My special nieces..We will get together soon. Aunt Phil

  • #8 written by Diane Barker
    about 3 years ago


    I’m so excited about your cookbook! I want to get one for sure! You and Jane are darlin’! I love you!


  • #9 written by Jahames Glenn
    about 3 years ago

    Well hey there Em
    What a great cookbook youve got. Keeton gave it to me for Christmas. I wont be able to recreate and cook like you, but ill have fun tryin. its about time you shared your special talents with the world !

  • #10 written by Anne Farris
    about 3 years ago

    Emilie, I was just at “The GLITZ” this fall having a WONDERFUL time eating lunch with Cary Ricketts and Ann Kegley. This was my first trip, but not my last!

    The cookbook is LOVELY….slick pages, pretty pictures, GRAND recipes and a GREAT history lesson about your family. I will certainly be ordering cookbooks for friends soon. Thanks for sharing your gifts with all of us! Anne Farris……Louisville.

  • #11 written by Hope Shaw Brovont
    about 3 years ago

    Hello friends,
    Miss my Kentucky home. I’ll call and get a cookbook or two, I know it will be special.
    Happy New Year 2012, jeesh!!

  • #12 written by emilie mccauley
    about 3 years ago

    You can do it Jahames! Glad you like it…try the Kentucky Pappardelle, know you love Kentucky Country Ham :)

  • #13 written by Tracy Snyder
    about 3 years ago

    Hi Emilie!

    The book looks fabulous! I have been meaning to be in touch since that whirlwind seminar in Nashville last May. Glad to see the beautiful fruit of your labor. Hope to touch base soon!


  • #14 written by Diane Barker
    about 3 years ago

    I LOVE this cookbook! I love the family story! I love the photos! I love the recipes!

    I feel the “pinch of love” that was added!

  • #15 written by Colleen Helgerson
    about 2 years ago

    I’ve heard about the Glitz and after checking out your site, I will be coming out for lunch. Sounds fantastic!

  • #16 written by Olena Redmon
    about 2 years ago

    I LOVE LOVE LOVE my cookbook… It is very special to me. My daughters gave it to me as a gift. I know a lot of LOVE went into the making of this special cookbook. I will always cherish my dear friends at Irish Acres/The Glitz.

  • #17 written by Bettye Siemon
    about 3 months ago

    College friends (from Nashville)and I (from Columbus, OH)toured your beautiful gallery and had lunch at The Glitz this past week and had such fun meeting two of the sisters who were there and seeing your lovely touches everywhere we looked. I am wondering if you might share your “Nonesuch Kiss” recipe with me. It was wonderful and I would love to make it for a group that I am entertaining in the next few weeks. Thanks so much for providing a lovely afternoon diversion for a reunion of a group of college girls.

    • #18 written by Emilie
      about 3 months ago

      The Nonesuch Kiss is hard to give a recipe for…We bake our meringue shells in a propane oven and I have not been successful in a regular electric oven. You could possibly buy those from a bakery, get some high quality hot fudge, toast sliced almonds, get some jamoca ice cream from Baskin Robbins, whipped cream and a cherry and you should be good to go!

  • #19 written by Travis
    about 1 month ago

    I was wondering, is the Salmon Soufflé recipe in there? My grandmother has me look up the menu every time I see her hoping for it to come up again.

    • #20 written by Emilie
      about 3 weeks ago

      Yes! Salmon Souffle is in the cookbook.

  • #21 written by Debbie Edlin
    about 2 weeks ago

    Would you mind telling me the recipe for spiced apple refresher

    • #22 written by Emilie
      about 1 week ago

      We bottle our Spiced Apple Refresher and it is available in Irish Acres. We do not disclose our “special” recipe!