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Shvoong Home>Society & News>News Items>EVERYDAY with Rachael Ray Summary

EVERYDAY with Rachael Ray

Article Summary   by:Katjafin    
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Yum-o! This new magazine is delicious! You probably have seen this pretty
new yorker cooking up some fast but nutritious meals in the Foodnetwork in
her beloved TV show 30 minute meals or scooping what the celebs are
cooking in the Inside Dish or travelling around the country in her 40$ a day
or Tasty travels shows letting all of us know which places are the best places
to eat. The magzine I’m talking about is Everyday with Rachael Ray.

And what a magazine!! It’ll take to a culiranistic around the world trip
and back! Get your taste passport, fill your bags with groceries and off you
go!

Rachael Ray is hard not to be noticed these days, she is one of the most

popular Celebrity Chefs, and brings fresh ideas and fun to kitchen like
no

other! I was lucky to get the last copy of August/September 2006 Issue
of

Everyday with Rachael Ray in my local grocery store, it is hot off the
press and

quickly off the magazine racks! People are workshipping Rachael in a

goddess-like manner, she is funny, pretty and she knows what she is
talking

about: good food! And don’t we all love that?



The magazine is a natural next step for the TV shows, and the several
cook

books she has written. For those who just can’t get enough Rachael the

magazine offers a peak to Rachael’s life - who she is and what else but
food

she loves (her new husband and her cute dog), the magazine gives
ideas like

where to buy same kind of earrings she is wearing or how to get the
Furi

knives, she uses on the air (from her own webpage) and how throw a
party

like Rachael or where to travel (with an excellent best-places-to-eat-
guide,

of course). Most importantly, the magazine is all about good food! And
best

of all, it teaches you everything in a no nonsense manner, taking
nothing for

granted and telling that you can cook great food too – this magazine is
for all

the Regular Joes and Janes too, not just for fancy food junkies or for the

fashionable trendsetters. The range of recipes is vast and furious, there
is

something for everyone in the mix, they vary from Sloppy Joes to Sushi,
from

Tuna to Tomatos, from Chinese to Italian, from Baking a Cake to
Barbequing

a Steak, from Ships to Dips. There are 57 recipes for the price of the

magazine $3.99 – a small investment for a big pay back!



The magazine is not just all about Rachael, it is also about you! You can

contribute by telling your best family recipe and share the story behind
it, like

Amy from Florida shared her Grandmother’s Apple Cake, or you can
send

your best tips, and worst/funniest mistakes, like using peppermint
toothpicks

to fasten the chicken Cordon Bleu to accidentally give it a minty taste,
like

Patricia in Canada did, or you can send in your favourite recipes and
Rachael

will share the best of them with all of us. Don’t forget to mail your pet’s

photo either – he might be the next Pet of the Month! And don’t we all
love to

sneak into celebrity lives and hear little cossipy type bits of details of
them?

Well, Rachael does that too! She goes straight to the fridge and shares
the

celebrity fridge content with us or even better: asks the celebs to tell
their

breakfast, lunch and dinner of one day.



If you like good food, don’t miss this magazine! Even if you don’t really
have

time or don’t know how to cook, it’s ok - Rachael will teach you! Like
she

says in her TV show ”good meal is only 30 minutes away” and there are

several great meals that you can make in 30 minutes or less with only a
few

ingredients. There is also a whole one week’s dinner menu, with easy

shopping list what you need for them! All the recipes come with great
photos

and the colorful pictures talk more than thousand words. My personal

favourite is the Wine Pairing – on the end of the magazine there is a list
of

wines that pair well with the dinner recipes in the issue. How cool is
that?





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Published: August 08, 2006   
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