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My Year in Meals by Rachael Ray

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  • Drunken lamb ragu with spaghetti

    • joneshayley on October 28, 2017

      This is the deepest and most delicious ragu I have ever made! It surpasses any of the delia/carluccio/ river cafe I have made. It is mildly spiced, heady, rich and wonderfully balanced. The orange zest used to mellow the sauce is inspired. I’ll make this again and again ?? Note- I drained the fat from my lamb before adding onions, and the total cooking time was about 40 minutes after adding the stock/tomatoes

  • Spicy ground lamb ragu

    • joneshayley on November 28, 2017

      A lovely ragu, with a savoury depth of flavour. This will quickly replace my existing go to recipe for when I have ground lamb in.

  • Blackberry margarita

    • kateiscoooking on May 18, 2018

      3 on a scale of 1-5. Too tart for us. And, the St. Germain added an off note. We usually love that liqueur but not in this drink. Not a make again.

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  • ISBN 10 1451659741
  • ISBN 13 9781451659740
  • Published Nov 13 2012
  • Format eBook
  • Page Count 384
  • Language English
  • Publisher Simon & Schuster

Publishers Text

From everyday meals to complicated culinary feats, Rachael Ray reveals what she cooked for her own family and friends for one whole year.

With "My Year in Meals," Rachael Ray invites readers into her own kitchen, offering recipes from her kitchen diary and sharing what she cooked for her own family over the course of a year.

From weekday dinners to complex party menus, this book shows a side of Rachael you've never seen before. And for the first time ever, Rachael's husband and manager John Cusimano offers his own personal cocktail recipes.

In addition to its lavish illustrations and photographs throughout, "Rachael's Year in Meals" contains Microsoft tags that connect readers to videos of Rachael demonstrating techniques, sharing cooking tips, and telling personal cooking stories.

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