Rachel Gorrell

Rachel Gorrell

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NYT Cooking: If you are a fan of lemon curd or the classic French tarte au citron, you will love this cranberry version. To minimize kitchen time, make it in stages, preparing the crust and curd a day or two in advance. The finished tart keeps well for a couple of days too. The wheat-free hazelnut crust is adapted from a cookie recipe from the pastry chef and writer <a hr...

If you are a fan of lemon curd, you will love this cranberry version wheat-free hazelnut crust

Looking for an effective strategy to manage and maintain out-of-class readings for your students? Check out Julie Faulkner's fantastic strategy.

Looking for an effective strategy to manage and maintain out-of-class readings for your students? Check out Julie Faulkner& fantastic strategy.

The Rule of Three for learning establishes the requirement that students be given the opportunity to learn something at least three times before they are expected to know it and apply it.

In math, the Rule of Three is a method of finding a ratio. In English essay writing, the Rule of Three states that things are more interesting to read in triads. In presentations, the Rule of Three …

When I was testing my vegan phô broth for a Recipes for Health series last spring I froze a few containers of the broth; I had forgotten how good it is I didn’t have some of the traditional ingredients for phô – bean sprouts, cilantro, scallions, green chiles – so I used what I had and it was definitely phô I used cayenne for heat and a chiffonade of romaine lettuce was a good stand-in for the bean sprouts, crunchy and fresh

It's the vegan phô broth that makes this soup. Add whichever vegetables you have on hand. (Photo: Andrew Scrivani for The New York Times)