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Rachael Ray Every Day [Kindle Edition]

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3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (104 customer reviews)

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With practical, easy ideas and a "keep-it-real" attitude, Every Day with Rachael Ray delivers a fresh approach to cooking, entertaining, style and travel that helps our readers take things off their to-do lists and have fun while they're doing it. In each issue... ...Save time with 30-Minute Meals ...Shop once and eat all week with the Weeknight Menu Planner ...Stretch your budget with $10 Dinners ...Discover Rach's favs -- eats, style, home & more ...150+ new ideas for making life more delicious

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20 of 20 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great read. December 21, 2011
By akmom1
I love the way this magazine is written, the set-up is so easy to follow. The articles speak to me not only in the kitchen but in my roles as wife, mom, grandma, and friend. I read it front to back and than over and over as it has so much to think about. Glad I can get it on my Kindle but I think I may have to buy a issue every once and awhile to get my paper fix.
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18 of 20 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars I love this magazine January 3, 2012
By -Jes-
I am SO glad this is on kindle - I never want to throw away the physical copies, then I end up with a huge stack of back issues. Perfect solution for me, since I only ever refer back a month or 2.

This magazine fits my life so perfectly - food, travel ideas, entertaining ideas, cool new products - this is an awesome magazine.
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46 of 61 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars A disappointment in more way than one March 4, 2012
I had been considering canceling my Kindle Fire subscription, due to problems with delivering the current issue on time. The March issue was a week late; to Amazon's credit, they did refund the charge for that month.

But I was in Market Basket yesterday, and saw the April 2012 issue on their magazine rack. Guess where it isn't? If you guessed, "my Kindle", you win a cookie. I thought that the whole idea of an electronic subscription, heck, even a snail-mail subscriptions, is that you get the magazines sooner than they show up on the newsstand. BTW, this is the only magazine I have this problem with, the others I subscribe to always show up on time.

Now, let's get onto the actual content of this magazine. Do they even test these recipes, or is there just sloppy editing? I decided to try the crockpot white bean & ham soup recipe in the March issue. Let me tell you that if you made this recipe to the letter, you'd be nomming on beans and carrots that are barely cooked. Not tasty. First of all, they did NOT instruct the cook to soak the dried beans first. I chose to soak anyway. Also, they claimed that the soup would be done in five hours when cooked on LOW in a crockpot. I allowed some extra time, still not done. Recipes in Slow Cooker Revolution call for soaking beans and letting them cook on LOW for at least 9 hours.

I'm an experienced cook, and even I had trouble tweaking this to get it to work. This is a warning to novice cooks who are thinking about this magazine - DON'T. Not if this is indicative of their slow cooker and other recipes. If you want fast and easy recipes that work, try Everyday Food (1-year auto-renewal) instead.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Like this magazine.....but June 23, 2013
This magazine is formatted differently than most that employ an app. Very hard to read unless you zoom in on parts of a page. I also can't access past issues. Very frustrating.
Nex me I might just warch for a good deal on the print edition.
I do okay with my other 4 magazines that have an app.....this one is just too small on the screen. Needs Emeril to kick it up a notch for Rachael!
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Rachel Ray's Everyday Magazine September 7, 2012
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Not many recipes my family would eat, but I love the format and it is a pretty magazine to look at,with some good ideas.
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11 of 16 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Only good if it is actually delivered to your Kindle... January 26, 2012
on time. I ordered a wireless subscription to this magazine and never received the second issue, so after a frustrating call to Amazon Kindle Customer Service, I cancelled the subscription. I was never given the reason for why the next issue wasn't delivered. I don't know if this is the publisher's fault or Amazon's. But when you order a wireless subscription with the promise of never missing another issue because of the MAIL, you would like to see that actually happen and not what has happened to me, not once but TWICE. Once with this magazine and once with another. I spent an hour and a half with an Amazon Kindle rep this afternoon on another undelivered subscription. Amazon, you really need to get your act together on handling these issues. As for the actual content of this magazine, it was pretty good. But the one recipe I did try, did not appear to have been "kitchen tested" as it flopped and I'm a pretty good cook. Also the magazine images are pretty small on the Kindle Fire, so I cancelled and opted for Martha Stewart's Every Day Food which has larger and more visible food photos as well as excellent content. Due to the problems I have experienced, I cannot give a very good rating.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars One of my Favorite Magazines June 18, 2012
I had loved Rachael Ray's Everyday magazine ever since I opened up an issue and seen BLD- the Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner of people that she interviews. I also loved the section that shows what's in people's refrigerators. I am a Home Ec expert, so maybe that's why I enjoy things like these, but the magazine does have good food photos or innovative recipes.
Most of all, you get to know Rachael better through her monthly narratives. You learn that she's a big advocate of pet care and to feed the homeless. It's a glimpse inside her life, as her magazine is really personal.
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7 of 10 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars annoyed June 13, 2013
By Angel
I was psyched to see the address on the back of my magazine where I would go to have it on my kindle. However I was highly annoyed to see that I would have to PAY for it. It should be free to those who get the physical copy by subscription every month. Very greedy of them to want people to pay twice!
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