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    RACHAEL RAY

    I love just watching this girl....she makes everything seems so easy. Any recipe I have tried of hers was as easy as she made it look....and "TASTY" too.
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    From Every Day with Rachael Ray

    Recipe #436789

    Mushrooms can be as satisfying as meat because they develop earthy, bold and beefy flavors as they cook. Served with pasta, this is some meal! :) Adapted from Rachael Ray's Big Orange Book cookbook. Strict vegetarians may want to omit the Worcestershire sacue.

    Recipe #392832

    Every Day with Rachael Ray, December-January 2009 edition.I love spinach and therefore if there are 101 recipes that have it - then 101 recipes I'd try! This is easy and it tastes so good!;)

    Recipe #362451

    This recipe is from Food Network's Rachael Ray. I like it b/c it uses tomato sauce instead of ketchup, and you can spice it up as you like. I add more onions as well as some garlic. * I like to use a little less brown sugar, as we like ours spicier rather than sweet.

    Recipe #82944

    This originally was a Rachael Ray recipe with a few modifications from me. Rachael states that she created from her Grandpa Emmanuel whose recipe was an all day event. She wanted to cut it down to 30 minutes. I will tell you that I am pretty sure I couldn't put this recipe together in 30 minutes... More like an hour, but you can cook it longer as I do to get better flavor. Rachael Ray says: “He would toss spaghetti, which he referred to as macaroni in English, with half of the remaining sauce and add lots of cheese to it. The extra sauce would be ladled on top of dinner plates of meat and macaroni. This recipe is all I can do to imitate Sundays with Emmanuel, in 30 minutes." Serve with a crusty loaf of garlic bread to soak in the sauce and you have a great meal! MY COMMENTS: Made as originally written in the recipe there was barely enough sauce for the pound of spaghetti soI increased the amount of sauce. In addition Rachael says it serves 4 Big Servings, but it would have be 4 REALLY big, hungry people as in my family it serves 8 without a problem It is delicious though and this is my version with just SLIGHT changes.

    Recipe #280950

    From Rachel Ray's "Thirty Minute Meals" Low cal but high flavor, this was originally posted for use with lamb, but I apply this to beef with delicious results!

    Recipe #168979

    Says Rachael: "Although sage is the herb most used with turkey, I love the flavor and aroma of fresh bay (laurel) leaves. Fresh bay leaves are now widely available in supermarkets. Since the leaves are a bit woody, and no fun to eat, I baste my turkey with bay-infused butter and roast the breasts right on top of the leaves, which perfumes the meat."

    Recipe #195495

    This is one of my very favorite "holiday leftover" recipes. It's really great because you can basically add any leftover vegetables to the soup. Again, from my Rachel Ray collection.

    Recipe #204181

    A great tasting, easy recipe from Rachael Ray.

    Recipe #208980

    1 Reviews |  By KPD

    My spin on a Rachael Ray recipe. This recipe is easy to adjust depending on how many you want to make. Enjoy.

    Recipe #229629

    This is a scrumptious dish I got from the Rachel Ray show. I think she made it faster, but I take a bit longer in the kitchen. ;) I also added 1 - 2 tsp poultry seasoning,sprinkle of creole seasoning,salt and pepper to taste in my attempt at this. (for ZWT3 - Southern spin on a chicken pot pie- comfort food!)

    Recipe #201788

    From Feb 2007 RR magazine. I just love pastas, cheese and onions, oh my!!! Could be made with or without the sausage and any number of veggies added in!

    Recipe #248977

    4 Reviews |  By flower7

    My mom made these for dinner the other night and we all loved them. Thick, with the perfect amount of sweetness.

    Recipe #218829

    I like mine with hardly any broth that way I'm filled up on meat and veggies instead of broth. Cooking time includes having the chicken cook. You can cook chicken while prepping other ingredients to cut down time.

    Recipe #218831

    This is a recipe from Rachael Ray. It's not for calorie counters but oh so good on occasion.

    Recipe #223890

    This is Rachael Ray's and it is fabulous! It is for serious garlic lovers only. Serve it at your next party and watch it disappear!

    Recipe #143779

    I got this recipe from the Rachael Ray show. This is one of my all time favorite drinks. Just remember, a little goes a long way!!!!! Prep time is actually chill time for the glasses.

    Recipe #91182

    Recipe by Rachael Ray's 30 minute meals.

    Recipe #122032

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