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Rachael Ray Every DayRachael Ray Every Day

Rachael Ray Every Day May 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?

Land:
United States
Sprache:
English
Verlag:
Meredith Corporation
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rachael ray every day

FOUNDER AND EDITORIAL DIRECTOR RACHAEL RAY EDITOR IN CHIEF/CONTENT DIRECTOR LAUREN IANNOTTI CREATIVE DIRECTOR PHOEBE FLYNN RICH EXECUTIVE MANAGING EDITOR TARA COX PHOTO DIRECTOR MARY CLARE CAHILL EXECUTIVE FOOD EDITOR NINA ELDER FOOD DIRECTOR JANET TAYLOR MCCRACKEN LIFESTYLE DIRECTOR DANIELLE BLUNDELL FEATURES EDITOR CHRISTINA IZZO SENIOR FOOD EDITOR ALYSE WHITNEY ASSOCIATE FOOD EDITOR ALIZA GANS ASSOCIATE DIGITAL EDITOR PRINCESS GABBARA ASSISTANT FOOD EDITOR TARA HOLLAND EDITORIAL ASSISTANT KELSIE SCHRADER CONTRIBUTING BEAUTY EDITOR ALYSSA HERTZIG DEPUTY ART DIRECTOR ELIZABETH ZUHL ASSOCIATE PHOTO EDITOR VANESSA GARCIA DESIGNER ALEXANDRA WOZNICZKA SENIOR PRODUCTION DIRECTOR LORI CERVONE COPY CHIEF JANET KIM RESEARCH DIRECTOR DAVID COHEN DIRECTOR OF COMMUNICATIONS, RACHAEL RAY MICHELLE BOXER EDITORIAL BUSINESS COORDINATOR CHRISTIANA BREBNOR VICE PRESIDENT, PUBLISHER KARLA PARTILLA GROUP MARKETING DIRECTOR KRISTIN GUINAN ADVERTISING NEW YORK 212-551-7099 ACCOUNT DIRECTORS Ed Proshuto, Dina Treglia SALES ASSISTANT Tara Secilmis CHICAGO 312-281-3518 ACCOUNT DIRECTORS Michelle Butler-Mingey, Lori Popernik SALES & MARKETING COORDINATOR Tom Russell DETROIT 248-988-7711 ACCOUNT MANAGER Karen Barnhart SALES ASSISTANT Kim Kitchen LOS ANGELES 310-268-7159 WEST COAST DIRECTOR…

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that glow, though!

Welcome to a beauty issue that focuses on beauty from the inside out, zeroing in on what you need to live your most gorgeous life. My beauty regimen is all about skin care. My mom got me started on moisturizers as a teen, and I’ve never looked back. And my biggest beauty trick is—wait for it—Wash your face! People ask me in interviews about injectables and fillers and all the technology out there to support “aging gracefully.” Personally, I try to roll with the lotions and potions. It’s cheaper and cleaner than any invasive procedure, and I think that too much “work” can make men and women look like one another, not like themselves. That said, if it makes you happy, I don’t judge. But others do. The worst part of the…

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pretty cool

Is the beauty-fridge trend worth it, or too #extra? When it comes to storing beauty products, medicine cabinets are so yesterday. The latest trend is cooler. To extend the shelf life of creams and serums, beauty junkies have started stashing theirs in mini bathroom refrigerators. But does chilly storage do anything besides take up counter space? “Most products have ingredients that preserve the integrity of the active ingredients, so you don’t have to store them in the fridge,” says Dendy Engelman, a dermatologic surgeon in New York City. There are exceptions like some prescriptions or specialty probiotic creams, so a bathroom fridge could save you an extra trip to the kitchen every time you apply. Cold temps can also make certain products like gel masks and eye creams feel—and even work—better.…

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what a ham

Mortadella is breaking out of the deli section—that is, if chefs have anything to say about it. With add-ins like black pepper, myrtle berries, and pistachios, the Italian sliced sausage is different from your average bologna, so New York City chefs are reaching for it to add porky flavor to everything from puff pastries to pizza pies. At Momofuku Bang Bar (bangbar.xyz), celebrity chef David Chang replaces the bacon in a bacon, egg, and cheese with marinated mortadella carved shawarma-style off a rotating spit and loaded onto griddled flatbread with gooey American cheese, pickled onions, and mustard. Nick Anderer introduced a Roman Reuben sandwich to his menu at Martina Pizzeria (martinapizzeria.com): His version of the deli classic piles mortadella with fontina cheese, artichoke slaw, and hot-pepper dressing atop toasted rye bread. Other…

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cheat sheet

HAIR The L’Oréal Paris Ever Pure Deep Moisture Hair Sheet Mask is a shower cap–like mask lined with a shine-boosting formula activated by the steam in your shower. $4.50, lorealparisusa.com EYES Say bye-bye to eye bags and fine lines with Tatcha Luminous Deep Hydration Revitalizing Eye Mask, which is enriched with red algae and peony extract for maximum moisture. $12, tatcha.com LIPS Burt’s Bees Moisturizing Lip Mask aims to leave your pout feeling kiss-ready, thanks to ingredients like almond and meadowfoam seed oils. $3, burtsbees.com NECK Don’t neglect your neck! Patchology Flash Masque Firm 5 Minute Sheet Mask stretches from your face down to your décolletage to plump your skin. $8, patchology.com BREASTS Sometimes your girls need a little love, too. The Beauty and the Breast Biocellulose Sheet Mask by When Beauty will keep the skin around your bust…

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get personal

1. TO THE LETTER The delicate gold-filled Initial Ring by BYCHARI looks adorable on its own, or you can get several with Mom’s full initials for a sweet stack. $60, bychari.com 2. NAME DROPPER Hand-molded and cast in sterling silver, these Stacking Rings by Lisa Leonard Designs can be made to order with a loved one’s name, favorite song lyrics, or inside joke. From $59 each, lisaleonard.com 3. WHAT A STUD Stud earrings are a classic Mother’s Day gift, but this year you can cool Mom up with a tailor-made twist. These Diamond Letter Stud Earrings by Willow Roe are available in 14-karat yellow, white, or rose gold. $165 per earring, willowroe.com 4. HUG IT OUT Thanks to fashionable fans like Meghan Markle, huggie earrings (mini hoops that cradle close to the earlobes) are back in vogue.…

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