I have just about all of her cookbooks, and there are only a few repeated recipes. I can think of three cases - Christmas Pasta, You Won't Be Single for Long Vodka Cream Pasta and Pasta Cabonarra. In each case she talks about how these are old standards that she has modified for various reasons over the years.
This book is such a cool concept...it lists things you should keep on hand in your kitchen so that on any given night, you can breeze through the express lane at the supermarket with just a few fresh ingredients to make your dinner.
Just from taking Rachael's advice and buying lots of chicken breasts on sale & having things like garlic & spices on hand, I often have to stop at the supermarket for just like, a single lemon to make dinner! I feel sorry for all the people with their big loaded carts :)
I totally agree. That's because these books are made as cheaply as possible, hardly any pictures and in paperback. While she collects millions from the people who buy these books, even though the recipes are at FoodNetwork.com