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Rachael Ray Every DayRachael Ray Every Day

Rachael Ray Every Day April 2019

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?

Country:
United States
Language:
English
Publisher:
Meredith Corporation
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IN THIS ISSUE

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feeling green

I have no concept of what spring is because I live in the Northeast. Up by me, we have two seasons: Frozen and Not Frozen. I’m weird enough to prefer Frozen. I’m a fall-winter person because I hate to be hot. (Boo, summer!) Once spring does arrive, I don’t throw open my windows because they’ve been open all winter. Besides, spring is super ugly. My pretty snow-covered yard turns into a giant pit of dirty slush, then mud. Then comes the hatching of larvae from old pine needles that brings swarms of flies. Up by me, spring is a horror show. I don’t really do spring-cleaning. Or I guess I spring-clean all the time. I’m not good at sitting idle so I tend to do what others call spring-cleaning on any…

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use it up

Solo: A Modern Cookbook for a Party of One By Anita Lo “I’m fanatical about waste,” writes Anita Lo in her second cookbook. “Waste is what makes cooking for one, at least efficiently, so difficult.” The chef behind New York City’s Michelin-starred Annisa makes solo cooking easy with candid stories, fun illustrations, and cool recipes that come with handy “Don’t Waste It” tips. Example: Use leftover coconut milk from her Thai White Curry recipe to sauce caramelized bananas for dessert. Yum. Cooking With Scraps: Turn Your Peels, Cores, Rinds, and Stems Into Delicious Meals By Lindsay-Jean Hard In this collection of recipes from her Food52 column of the same name, Lindsay-Jean Hard shows how to celebrate every part of an ingredient, from beet greens to bacon ends. Recipes and tips are broken down by individual…

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the total package

BETTER BOTTLES Plastic isn’t going away entirely, so until it does, brands are figuring out smarter ways to use it. Garnier Fructis (garnierusa.com) makes its bottles out of recyclable plastic with 50 percent postconsumer recycled waste. The new Beachwaver Co. hair-care line (beachwaver.com) uses “green plastic” produced with sugarcane biopolymers instead of fossil fuels. POWER POUCHES Think outside the bottle and grab products in pouches instead. Simple Skincare best sellers, like the Micellar Cleansing Water ($3, simpleskincare.com), will be offered in packets that use 62 percent less plastic than bottles. Splat Naturals is also making the move with its Semi-Permanent Hair Color ($15, splathaircolor.com) to reduce 90 percent of the packaging. GOOD ON PAPER Some beauty brands are ditching plastic. The Seed Phytonutrients hair-care line—we love the Moisture Shampoo ($24, sephora.com)—comes in lined paper bottles.…

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rach, rebooted

When it debuted in 2001, 30 Minute Meals became a Food Network favorite. Rachael’s yum-o recipes and next-door realness (piling her arms with stuff from the fridge, pulling meat straight out of the wrapper, burning toast) were a hit with viewers. The show ran for 11 years, took a break, and is now back in a big way. Kicking off on April 1, the 30 Minute Meals reboot will broadcast 30 new episodes in 30 days on Food Network. It will also stream live throughout the month on the channel’s Facebook page and digital platforms with even more content from our fave TV star for maximum binge-watching potential. “It’s going to have the cool vibe that we had back in the day, but it’s for a whole new generation,” Rach says. “It’s…

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hippie goes haute

TAKE THE WRAP This Aerie Tie Dye Scarf makes a style statement, whether it’s layered around your neck or tied to your favorite handbag. $25, aerie.com JUMP TO IT As easily paired with stilettos as with sandals, this Fedora Jumpsuit by Young Fabulous & Broke sports slinky straps, a slim leg, and a supercomfortable stretch-jersey knit. $142, shopbop.com LEG UP Consider Aéropostale Tie Dye Raw Hem Ankle Jeggings the easiest way to wear the trend: The subtly printed pair is as versatile as regular jeans, but the spandexy stretch makes these as comfy as your go-to leggings. $30, aeropostale.com SNEAK PEEK Supereasy slip-ons get a designer update in these Raquel Allegra × Pedro Garcia collaboration kicks, which come in Allegra’s signature silk tie-dye print. $595, raquelallegra.com WORK IT Give the corporate button-down a counterculture vibe with Fifteen Twenty’s Tie…

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feed it forward

Our Feed It Forward contest—supporting grassroots food-focused charities—is back for a second year. The 2019 winning charity, AMOR Healing Kitchen (amorhealingkitchen.org), and its executive director, Maria Kelly, wowed us and then some: The nonprofit delivers plant-based meals prepared by teen volunteers to people undergoing or recovering from cancer treatments in Charleston, South Carolina. We chatted with Kelly about her organization, healthy eating, and how she plans to grow the AMOR community in the future. What was the inspiration behind AMOR Healing Kitchen? My mother, who lost her fight with colon cancer in 2010, was the one who instilled in me a love of cooking and healthy food. I learned at an early age that food connects us and heals us. I started AMOR based on the belief that getting back to the…

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