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Rachael Ray Every Day July/Aug 2017

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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summer’s in full swing!

When people tell me they think baseball is boring, I argue that perhaps they don’t understand what they’re watching: man against man, man against self, team against team. I also love it because it’s affordable, inspiring and fun for sports fans as well as foodies. Baseball season is like watching more than 160 amazing novels come to life right before your eyes (not that you can clearly see the streak of a ball thrown at 90-plus m.p.h., though!). Regardless of what’s going on on the field, the stadium itself is a show of all of us at our summer best: families and friends of all ages rooting and cheering under the sun, sharing stories, laughter, sometimes even tears—and always grabbing a hot dog or two. I once spent a summer traveling…

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rach’s burger of the month

Burgers with Red, White & Blue Special Sauce, Bacon, Lettuce, Tomato & Onion MAKES 4 1 cup crumbled smoked blue cheese (I like Oscar’s Smoke House,oscarsadk smokehouse.com) or other blue cheese 1 cup sour cream 1⁄ 3 cup ketchup 1⁄4 cup pickle relish (I like Wickles) 2 lbs. 80% lean ground beef 2 tbsp. Worcestershire sauce 3 tbsp. grated onion Kosher salt and coarsely ground black pepper 12 slices smoky bacon 1 tbsp. canola or olive oil 4 sesame-seed hamburger buns, lightly toasted Little gem lettuce leaves Sliced beefsteak tomato Thinly sliced red onion > Preheat the oven to 375°. Heat a cast-iron skillet or griddle over medium-high. > For the Red, White & Blue Special Sauce, in a small bowl, mix the blue cheese, sour cream, ketchup and relish. In a medium bowl, mix the beef, Worcestershire and grated onion; season with kosher…

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where chefs go to eat up!

GET YOUR MEAT ON Heritage Fire Napa in St. Helena, CA August 27, cochon555.com THE SCENE: More than 50 chefs and butchers cook 3,500 pounds of “heritage” meat—meaning the whole pigs, lambs, ducks, rabbits and more are from smaller breeds sustainably raised on family farms—over open flames. The setting in picturesque Napa Valley doesn’t hurt either. THE CHEF REC: “Chefs craft custom-built steel structures for roasting ducks and chickens, or drape whole pigs and lambs over open fires,” says chef Thomas Boemer, co-owner of Corner Table in Minneapolis. “My all-time favorite: Someone slow-roasted a five-foot whole sturgeon vertically, next to a column of fire. A crowd gathered to see the unveiling of the perfectly cooked meat, and then they devoured it.” SAY TOMATO! Attack of the Killer Tomato Festival in Atlanta July 16, killertomatofest.com THE SCENE: All-you-can-eat peak-season tomatoes…

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pens are the new matchbooks

Used to be you’d go to a restaurant, enjoy a meal and, as you passed the host stand on the way out, snag a matchbook. Now, matches seem to be going the way of cigarettes, and chefs and owners are realizing that, as mementos (and marketing) go, an after-dinner mint just doesn’t cut it. Enter the retro-style restaurant-branded pen—usually an old-school clicky one. Over the last year or so, Rachael Ray Every Day senior food editor Alexa Weibel has amassed a collection. “I first spotted them at Diner, in Brooklyn, where I used to work,” she says. She’s since scored them from hot spots across New York City, like Lafayette, Estela, King and others. Get ready to click because, as with most restaurant trends emanating from the hipster-iest borough, it’s…

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you can get this in the mail??

Hellz, yeah! Even better? This burger has Rach’s seal of approval—it won her Battle of the Best Burger competition a few years back. Here’s how it works: A new national meal-kit service called BurgaBox, from Boston Burger Company, delivers—in just 1 or 2 days—all the ingredients you need to make over-thetop burgers with all the fixin’s. The $65 “feast kit” for two (add $10 more to feed four) comes with everything you need to whip up burgers like the Hot Mess (the 2011 Battle winner, pictured)—topped with sweet potato fries, bacon-infused Thousand Island dressing, jalapeños and American cheese. You also get to choose among sides like a batch of Buffalo chicken mac ’n’ cheese, garlic-Parmesan fries, Boston baked beans and coleslaw, all ready in about 30 minutes. Still hungry? Sign…

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avoid a total meltdown!

The days of the mysteriously disappearing eye shadow are over! Squirt a little Make Up For Ever Aqua XL Color Paint on your finger, smooth it on lids and then learn to love it, because it’s not going anywhere (until you take it off with waterproof-makeup remover). $25, sephora.com On a steamy day, an extra layer of anything on your face sounds as appealing as a cup of chowder. But colorcorrecting Almay 5-in-1 Primer is lighter and more breathable than other primers we’ve tried, hanging on to foundation, evening out skin tone and helping reduce redness. $14, at drugstores Apply your mascara, let it dry, then layer the clear Cargo Cosmetics Swimmables Waterproof Mascara Top Coat over it. The innovative product turns any formula waterproof, so you’re ready for a weepy wedding…