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.
Get your slow cooker on, and make this easy and versatile chunky-style marinara sauce while you're doing something else.
Combine an old-fashioned Green Goddess salad dressing with a classic BLT sandwich combination, and you get something new and irresistible.
Mellow roasted garlic makes the most amazing pesto, which makes the most amazing topping for pasta.
Change up your summer grilling, with these turkey burgers slathered with homemade chipotle ketchup.