My husband Ted and I maintain a Little Free Library on the front stoop of our Boston home. Little Free Libraries, more than 32,000 of them around the world, are free community book exchanges where anyone can take a book, and then return it or pass it on, and leave another book for someone else to enjoy. We opened our library in July, and it's become hugely popular, with some neighbors stopping by every day to see if new books have come in, or to leave books in the library for others. One man came almost the first day, and has come often since. At first, he was homeless, living in a local shelter, but he's since found housing nearby. I learned that he used...
Jazz up your favorite Tex-Mex turkey taco filling with gluten-free taco boats. Fun for kids and adults, too!
Use out-of-season cherry tomatoes, available year-round at the supermarket, to make these intensely-flavored burst tomatoes. Perfect for sauces, dips, and bruschetta or pizza.
There's nothing traditional about this red enchilada sauce, and you'll love it on burritos, meatloaf, pasta and -- yes -- on any variety of enchilada you can dream up!
When vegetarians come for Thanksgiving, serve them a rich, creamy, meatless gravy with lots of mushroom goodness. Easy on the cook, too, because you can make it a few days ahead.
Use this all-purpose kicked-up Tex-Mex sauce for more than just tacos; try it in burritos, quesadillas, or even on Sloppy Joe sandwiches.
Shakshuka, a traditional Tunisian-Israeli breakfast dish of eggs poached in a spicy tomato sauce, should be served hot, with crispy pieces of toast for mopping up the sauce.