Rachael Ray 365: No Repeats–A Year of Deliciously Different Dinners

January 27, 2010 · Posted in Bestselling Cooking Books 

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Even your favorite dinner can lose its appeal when it’s in constant rotation, so mix it up! With her largest collection of recipes yet, Food Network’s indefatigable cook Rachael Ray guarantees you’ll be able to put something fresh and exciting on your dinner table every night for a full year… without a single repeat!

Based on the original 30-Minute Meal cooking classes that started it all, these recipes prove that you don’t have to reinvent the wh… More >>

Rachael Ray 365: No Repeats–A Year of Deliciously Different Dinners

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5 Responses to “Rachael Ray 365: No Repeats–A Year of Deliciously Different Dinners”

  1. B.K. BAZHE, Author of Damages, bazhe.com on January 27th, 2010 5:41 am

    I was amazed when Rachel Ray said on Oprah that she never attended cooking school. I wonder how she ended up on Food Network. If you try to make food based

    of these recipes in 30 minutes you need all known and unknown gods to help you.

    If you have connections and you are pretty as Rachel Ray, you can stand in her place and do the same thing if you are told what to do. Easy.

    I give her 5 stars only because Rachael Ray is hugely likeable TV personality, and she works hard and knows how to get too much hype.

    You can do it also if you have a stove and connections. Even if you are not as pretty as she is (Martha and Orphan are opposite the word pretty but they did cooking, selling, decorating, all that) just follow their promo techniques, and you will be enlightened.

    Rating: 3 / 5

  2. Damon Holston on January 27th, 2010 5:44 am

    Rachel Ray is the most annoying person on the face of the planet right now. If she had any talent other than a (supposedly) cute face she would be a chef at some restaurant and wouldn’t bother us with her opinions. Nothing in this book would ever be worth knowing. And she gets bonus demerits for having a word used for years put into the OED, attributable to her.
    Rating: 1 / 5

  3. P. Mckenzie on January 27th, 2010 5:48 am

    Enough. The recipes are boring and her television persona is insipid. If your idea of great food extends beyond a can of mushroom soup added to what’s leftover in the frig, then pass this one up.
    Rating: 1 / 5

  4. Maressa on January 27th, 2010 7:58 am

    Rachel Ray gets too much hype, I could believe my ears when she said on national t.v. (Oprah) that she never went to cooking school yet landed a job on the Food Network. If I found her to be a great cook, I would say she deserves a 5 star, but honestly she is just a young person who was lucky to have someone think she can cook. Anyone can stand in her place and do the same thing if they are told what to do, and this book is nothing out of the extraordinary so save your money. Not worth it.
    Rating: 1 / 5

  5. Elena on January 27th, 2010 8:17 am

    I dont appreciate that my other rating did not show up.

    I bought her book and am disappointed at having spend money on a book that really is no good.

    She was a flop on oprah and I dont see her talk show being successful next fall 06 with the way she tries to consume the tv screen.

    2 thumbs down!
    Rating: 5 / 5

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