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Rachael Ray Every Day

Rachael Ray Every Day November 2018

Every Day with Rachael Ray is packed with Rachael Ray’s 30-Minute Meals, plus more recipes, menu planners, party ideas, tasty trips and Rach’s faves for style, home and gotta-have gadgets. Waddya waiting for?

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United States
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English
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Meredith Corporation
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4 min.
make your holidays with philadelphia cream cheese

Baked Apple Pie Cheesecake PREP TIME: 30MIN. TOTAL TIME: 7HR. 10MIN. SERVINGS: 16 SERVINGS WHAT YOU NEED 3 Granny Smith apples (about 1 lb.), peeled, sliced1¼ cups sugar, divided1½ tsp. ground cinnamon, divided1¼ cups graham cracker crumbs¼ cup old-fashioned or quick-cooking oats2 tbsp. butter, melted4 pkg. (8 oz. each) PHILADELPHIA Cream Cheese, softened1 tsp. vanilla4 eggs MAKE IT 1. Cook apples, ¼ cup sugar and ½ tsp. cinnamon in saucepan on medium heat 6 min. or until apples are tender, stirring frequently. Cool. 2. Heat oven to 325°F. Combine graham crumbs, oats, butter, remaining cinnamon and 2 tbsp. of the remaining sugar; press onto bottom of 9-inch springform pan. 3. Beat cream cheese, vanilla and remaining sugar in medium bowl with mixer until blended. Add eggs, 1 at a time, mixing on low speed after each just until…

2 min.
first vote, then eat!

This November, I’m grateful to be an American and I’m grateful for the privilege of voting. “I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America”: I put my hand on my heart and recited that every morning of my childhood in public school. Now more than ever, I consider what the pledge means and the weight of its responsibility. That’s why I’m supporting Michelle Obama’s campaign When We All Vote on its coast-to-coast mission to register voters. Because #WhenWeAllVote, we make another pledge to each other—to participate in our democracy. I recently turned 50, and it alarms me that, as a nation, we seem at our most divided in my lifetime. So I’m challenging myself to listen to my neighbors more and to judge them less, to pay…

1 min.
produce party!

Bored by basic snack boards? Swap out your meat-and-cheese platters for fruicuterie (charfruiterie?), a bright, bountiful Instagrammable trend that puts a fresh spin on appetizer trays. “Fruicuterie boards are super hot right now because they’re beautiful and healthy,” says Shari Ivler, owner of Graze New York (grazenewyork.com), which builds artful creations to put any unicorn-mermaid Frankenfood in your feed to shame. For fall, trick out your tray with seasonal farmers’-market finds, like figs, persimmons, pomegranates, dates, and an array of apples. “Always go for texture and color,” says Shelby DiMarco, one half of Los Angeles–based catering company Sorella Collective (sorellacollective.com). That means cutting and layering different produce for maximum eat-with-your-eyes aesthetics. But remember, says DiMarco, don’t go (ahem) overboard: “They are starters—you don’t want to fill up your guests before…

1 min.
in-cider scoop

It’s cider season, folks! But while apples abound, small-batch hard ciders can be hard to find. That’s where Cider in Love (ciderinlove.com) comes in. The site helps you get ciders from the farm to your fridge by allowing customers to purchase from multiple cideries all over the country in a single cart. “A couple of years ago, when my husband and I ate at a restaurant in Hudson Valley, New York, we drank a great bottle of local cider, and I wanted more,” says the site’s founder, Annie Bystryn. “We visited 10 shops nearby, and we couldn’t find it! I had my moment of consumer rage, but it was also my aha moment.” Ready to get sipping? See right for Bystryn’s fall favorites. “For fall, I have a soft spot for…

1 min.
feed it forward

We catch up with a runner-up in our Feed It Forward food-charity contest: Anne Burns of Vets Chat and Chew (vetschatandchew.com), an amazing nonprofit that brings veterans together while they cook. What was the inspiration behind Vets Chat and Chew? “To improve the health of veterans, active military, and their families through better nutrition, networking opportunities, and community building. Study after study shows that a healthy diet is a ticket to a healthy life. These brave members of society deserve the chance to feel good.” How has the Feed It Forward contest affected your work? “We have a waiting list of hundreds of veterans who would like to participate in the program. With the $1,000 award, we were able to fully fund a program in Metuchen, New Jersey. It’s crucial that our organization be…

1 min.
dark blue

You slather on SPF before going outside, but what about before screen time? High-energy visible light (HEV), a.k.a. blue light, is the glow emitted from our beloved gadgets. Exposure to it “can potentially lead to hyperpigmentation and premature aging,” says New York City–based dermatologist Sejal Shah. Since constant screen time may be doing not-so-wonderful things to your skin, combat the effects with antioxidant-rich skin care formulated to help resist HEV damage, like the Paula’s Choice Defense System line ($18 to $31, paulaschoice.com) and Bare Minerals Complexion Rescue Defense Moisturizer ($39, bareminerals.com). Next time you’re on your phone, remember: First skin care, then selfie.…