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30-Minute Meals 2 (Paperback)

Author:  Rachael Ray
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Format: Paperback
ISBN-10: 1891105108
ISBN-13: 9781891105104
Sku: 31115025
Publish Date: 6/1/2003
Dimensions:  (in Inches) 10H x 7L x 0.75T
Pages:  192
Age Range:  NA
 
Rachael pulls out all the stops in this best-selling collection of recipes. Look for your favorites, and feel free to mix and match recipes, as you like. You'll find meals for any occasion in chapters ranging from Family-Style Suppers to Big Nights: Very Special Dinners. Her recipes are disarmingly simple to make and call for ingredients found in any well-stocked supermarket.
From the Publisher:
A followup to the author's guide to cooking quick, delicious meals shares one hundred more recipes designed to be ready in half an hour, covering such categories as Double Duty Dinners, Make Your Own Takeout, Passport Dinners, and Family Fare. Original.Presents a series of simple, easy-to-prepare dishes using fresh ingredients, including healthy versions of take-out classics, family favorites, company meals, and international specialties.
Annotation:
This collection of toothsome 30-minute meals from Rachael Ray of the Food Network is a sequel to her earlier book, 30-MINUTE MEALS.
Author Bio
Rachael Ray
Raised in upstate New York, cooking and lifestyle mogul Rachael Ray cut her teeth at gourmet food-related jobs in New York City before giving a series of Albany-based cooking classes that shot her to fame when she was discovered by a local news outfit. Best known for her "30-Minute Meals" series, she also hosts numerous television shows, including a travel show, and has a magazine. Ray has weathered much criticism about her cooking skills, but she doesn't consider herself a chef, and feels that she lucked into stardom.
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