30 Minute Meals

Don’t you wish you had all the time in the world to cook a healthy and delicious meal for your family every night of the week? Unfortunately, this is not the world we live in today. Most of us are rushing from activities with our kids, to a second job, to the gym, or some other must do item, which leaves us very little time to spend in the kitchen. If your life is too hectic and you feel like you don’t have enough time to make a good meal in the evenings, Rachael Ray might have the answer, 30 Minute Meals! On her show, 30 Minute Meals with Rachael Ray, Rachael prepares a healthy meal from beginning to end every night of the week. The show airs on the Food Network from 6 to 7 pm.

This Rachael Ray show is absolutely fantastic for many reasons. Rachael spends her time in the kitchen explaining to the viewers exactly how to prepare each dish. She is sure to share information about the ingredients that she uses, which can all be easily found in local grocery stores. Most meals consist of a main course and a side dish. Occasionally, she will prepare a dessert or a cocktail to make the meal a little more special. Rachael keeps the show interesting by sharing interesting family facts and stories. The viewers easily learn a lot about her, her family, and the foods she grew up with. The thing I like most about this show is how simple it is to prepare these dishes in my home. Rachael explains the steps she takes in the kitchen so clearly, it is easy for the viewer to take notes and prepare the dish at a later time. I constantly find myself in front of the tv, writing down ingredients and methods, and then creating the dish in my kitchen later in the week. If, for some reason, you cannot take notes you can get on-line and look up the detailed recipes (http://www.foodnetwork.com/food/show_tm).  If you are interested in cooking at all, I strongly suggest that you check out Rachael Ray’s show. I guarantee you will be pleasantly surprised!

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