Food Network to premiere special at-home episodes of ‘Rachael Ray’s 30 Minute Meals’


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Production has just completed on special at-home episodes of “Rachael Ray’s 30 Minute Meals,” it was announced Wednesday by Food Network President Courtney White.

An Emmy-winning talk show host, best-selling cookbook author and Food Network star, Ray returns with 20 self-shot episodes of the Daytime Emmy-nominated culinary series from her upstate New York home. The host and chef gives viewers real-time, step-by-step cooking instructions, from ingredient prep to getting a meal on the table with time-saving

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So we have been doing some research on a lot of new plant-based meat options, creating new recipes, and preparing some fresh posts for the final weeks of summer. In the meantime, we wanted to get you hip to some of the things that we are using in the kitchen to make prep faster and cooking more fun and earth-friendly.

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After some fails, Navarrete Nagle has mastered it.

Mostly, however, she relies on cookbooks these days. “I’ve always been intimidated by cookbooks; now they are my best friends!”

John Wing, a travel agent in New York City, used to spend a lot of time in his car ferrying kids to and from activities. He was already the primary cook in his household of 5 people, but since March, when his driving duties abated, he’s been cooking more than ever.

His everyday cooking style hasn’t changed much – he is sticking with his repertoire of chicken cutlets, fajitas, pasta, salmon and

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Outdoor spaces reap drama from an oversize mirror, too. “They’re great on side or back walls to add depth and reflect light,” says Griffin.

Pillar candles in tall, clear, cylinder vases make inexpensive hurricanes. “Station these to illuminate the approach to your dining area for red carpet drama, flanking patio stairs and doors,” she says. Get a set of battery-operated ones with a remote control, and you won’t have to worry about wind or fire safety.

If you’re using a tablecloth, make sure you’ve got anchors and clips to hold it in place in a breeze. On, there