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Rachael Ray Express Lane Meals: What to Keep on Hand, What to Buy Fresh for the Easiest-Ever 30-Minute Meals Paperback – April 18, 2006
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Ray has made quite a name for herself on The Food Network, where she hosts four shows, and in a baker's dozen of cookbooks mostly dedicated to easy-to-prepare cuisine. To love this book is to love the author's quirks, like calling extra virgin olive oil "EVOO" and hearty soups "stoups." But her recipes are tasty, simple and often sophisticated enough to turn even doubters into fans. This cookbook, the author's 11th, is dedicated to quick after-work meals and is separated into chapters called "Meals for the Exhausted," "Meals for the Not Too Tired" and "Bring it On! (But Be Gentle)." A meal for the pretty much awake, Smoked Paprika Chicken with Egg Noodles and Buttered Warm Radishes, is the sort of thick, nourishing plate a person craves when the thermometer drops. Pasta in a Creamy Artichoke and Saffron Sauce is luxurious with its sauce of saffron, heavy cream and parmigiano. The chicken and chorizo burritos called Dinner, Wrapped Up are cheesy, filling kid-pleasers, even if the accompanying text can be wince-inducing ("it's a way-cool mega-rrito, dude!"). But what's most remarkable about these dishes is that they take less than an hour to prepare-often a lot less-but they taste like they took all day. For busy, exhausted cooks, that's worth all the quirkiness in the world.
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About the Author
Rachael Ray appears daily on Food Network as the host of 30-Minute Meals, $40 a Day, Inside Dish, and Tasty Travels. She is the creator of her own lifestyle magazine, Every Day with Rachael Ray, as well as the author of ten bestselling cookbooks. Rachael lives in the Adirondacks.
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Frustration and I love the pantry-stocking list!!
My only complaint however is that I will be 400 lbs if I eat like this all the time! Most of the recipes call for huge amounts of butter, heavy whipping cream, sour cream, cheese... you get the idea.
So I am mixing up my old low fat healthy standbys half the week and recipes from this book half the week. My family is thrilled at these yummy savory restaurant quality (and NEW) meals and I am definitely having fun in the kitchen.
But beware: this is the opposite of low cal :)
Once you get started you will find that cooking is not so hard and that there are ways to feed a family without spending hours in the kitchen. I later outgrew this book and have had it now five years. Occasionally I look back every once in a whole but Rachel Ray gave me the inspiration to cook. I appreciate that and I find that every young person should have this book if they aren't sure how to make many different meals.