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Rachael Ray 30-Minute Meals 2 by Rachael Ray

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  • Spaghetti alla carbonara: bacon and egg "coal miner's" pasta

    • louie734 on November 12, 2014

      Yeah, that's right, 5 stars for a Rachael Ray recipe. I'm not ashamed. She got me started cooking for myself back in the day, and I'm still using this recipe. Comfort food from what's in the fridge.

  • Honey mustard barbecued chicken

    • ajs on July 05, 2010

      Very nice.

  • Meatball and macaroni soup

    • BethNH on October 02, 2017

      My husband requested this soup for dinner which I hadn't made for many, many years. It's basically a simplified version of Italian wedding soup. It's relatively quick and easy and makes for a satisfying dinner.

  • Eggplant caponata and herb polenta

    • Jaswany on January 22, 2012

      My wife loved thie recipe, but I thought 30-minutes was bit of an exeration of how long it would take to complete. I would say it's actually a 60-minute meal.

  • Fennel slaw salad

    • wester on May 20, 2010

      Good bastardisation of Sicilian food. Plumping the raisins in orange juice is a good idea, but it was a bit much orange juice to add it all to the salad. I added 2-3 tablespoons and that was plenty, more would have made the salad quite wet. Also, I thought the salad was a bit sweeter than I like it. Next time I will use ordinary red wine vinegar or lemon juice instead of the balsamic.

  • Ribollita-bread soup

    • cjannace on January 31, 2013

      A delicious, easy to make soup. Comes out delicious every time.

  • Great grilled vegetables

    • cjannace on August 21, 2014

      I had picked up some large shitake mushrooms at the farmers market and knew I wanted to grill them up somehow. We used eggplant, onion, and bell peppers with the onions but used Rachael's instructions for grilling. The result was absolutely delicious. Definitely a recipe we will be using again!

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  • ISBN 10 1891105108
  • ISBN 13 9781891105104
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  • Published May 22 2003
  • Format Paperback
  • Page Count 255
  • Language English
  • Edition 1st
  • Countries United States
  • Publisher Lake Isle Press
  • Imprint Lake Isle Press Inc.U.S.

Publishers Text

New collection of recipes, many featured on her popular show on the Food Network, capture the fun of home-cooking.

As her fans know, Rachael Ray loves to cook because meals bring people together, and that experience she believes, is as important as the meal itself. Gathering around a table at home is great, but, you may ask, who has time to cook We all do, says Rachael, if you've got 30 minutes to spare, and she believes that the rewards of spending quality time with family and friends can last a lifetime. So in her words, Just do it, It's only dinner!

Color photographs of Rachael at work, cooking simple, fabulous meals that readers will come back to time and again, illustrate the book.

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