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

Paperback | November 1, 2005

byRachael Ray

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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 wheel every night. Rachael offers dozens of recipes that, once mastered, can become entirely new dishes with just a few ingredient swaps. Learn how to make a Southwestern Pasta Bake and you’ll be able to make a Smoky Chipotle Chili Con Queso Mac the next time. Try your hand at Spring Chicken with Leeks and Peas and you’re all set to turn out a rib-sticking Rice and Chicken Stoup that looks and tastes like an entirely different dish.

As a best-selling cookbook author and host of three top-rated Food Network shows, Rachael Ray believes that both cooking and eating should be fun. Drawing from her own favorite dishes as well as those of her family, friends, and celebrities, she covers the flavor spectrum from Asian to Italian and dozens of delicious stops in between. Best of all, these flavor-packed dishes will satisfy your every craving and renew your taste for cooking. With so many delicious entrees to choose from you’ll never have an excuse for being in a cooking rut again.

How about a brand-new 30-minute dinner every night for an entire year?

Tired of making the same old same old, week after week after week?

With Rachael’s most varied and comprehensive collection of 30-minute recipes ever, you’ll have everyone at your table saying “Yummo!” all year long.

It’s amazing what a half hour can do for your tastebuds … 365 days a year!

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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 or...

Rachael Ray appears daily on the Food Network as host of 30-Minute Meals, $40 a Day, and Inside Dish. She is the author of nine best-selling cookbooks, most recently 30–Minute Get Real Meals. Rachael lives in the Adirondacks.

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Format:PaperbackDimensions:352 pages, 9.1 × 7.36 × 1.02 inPublished:November 1, 2005Publisher:Potter/TenSpeed/HarmonyLanguage:English

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Rated 2 out of 5 by from disappointed I was kind of disappointed with this book! I Love rachael! but nothing really stands out as fabulous in this book, lack of pictures and nothing pop'd out to me. If your really into certain food then you may find a recipe to pull you in, its just not the greatest cook book i have ever had.
Date published: 2010-08-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Wow This book makes great meals quite easy and flexable. Rachel Ray uses easy to find simple ingredients!! Thanx Rachel
Date published: 2006-06-22

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Balsamic-Glazed Pork Chops with Arugula-Basil Rice PilafServes 4• 3 tablespoons cold unsalted butter• 1 6-ounce box rice pilaf mix, such as Near East brand• 3 tablespoons extra-virgin olive oil (EVOO)• 4 1-inch-thick center-cut pork loin chops• Salt and freshly ground black pepper• 1 small onion, chopped• 1 tablespoon fresh thyme leaves (from a couple of sprigs), chopped• 1 sprig of fresh rosemary, chopped• 3 garlic cloves, chopped• 1⁄4 cup balsamic vinegar (eyeball it)• 2 tablespoons honey• 1 cup chicken stock or broth• 2 cups trimmed and chopped arugula (from 1 bunch)15 to 20 fresh basil leaves, shredded or tornIn a medium pot over high heat, combine 1 tablespoon of the butter and 1 and 3⁄4 cups water. Cover and bring to a simmer. Add the rice and flavor packet to the water. Stir to combine, reduce the heat, and cook for 18 minutes, covered.While the rice is cooking, heat a large skillet over medium-high heat for the chops. Add 2 tablespoons of the EVOO (twice around the pan). Season the chops with salt and pepper, then add to the hot skillet. Cook the chops for 5 minutes on each side.Transfer the chops to a platter and cover with foil. Return the pan to the heat and add the remaining tablespoon of EVOO and the onions, thyme, rosemary, and garlic, then sauté for 4 to 5 minutes. Add the balsamic vinegar, honey, and chicken stock. Cook until the liquids have reduced by half.While the glaze is reducing, finish the rice pilaf. Add the arugula and basil to the cooked rice, stirring with a fork to fluff the rice and combine the greens at the same time.Once the balsamic glaze has reduced by half, turn off the heat and add the remaining 2 tablespoons of cold butter. Stir and shake the pan until the butter melts. Add the chops to the pan and coat them in the balsamic glaze. Serve the glazed chops alongside the arugula-basil rice pilaf.TIDBITThe chicken with tomato, basil, and smoked mozzarella can be served cold as well, making this dish perfect for lunch or dinner buffet entertaining.NOW TRY... Balsamic-Glazed Chicken with Smoked Mozzarella and Garlic Rice PilafSeves 4Swap• 4 6-ounce chicken breast halves for the pork chopsAdd• 2 minced garlic cloves• 2 vine-ripe tomatoes, sliced• 8 thin slices fresh smoked mozzarella, cut from a 1-pound ball• Extra EVOO, for drizzlingOmit• ArugulaDo not chop or tear all the basil. Keep 8 leaves whole, then shred or tear the rest.Prepare just as for the first recipe, but when you start the rice, melt the butter in the saucepan and sauté the minced garlic for a minute or so, before adding the water. Finish as before. Prepare the chicken exactly as you would the pork, giving an extra minute on each side. After you’ve glazed the chicken breasts top with alternating layers of tomato, whole basil, and smoked mozzarella, using 2 slices of each per breast. Drizzle EVOO over the tomato, basil, and cheese and season with salt and pepper. or TRY... Balsamic-Glazed Swordfish with Capers and Grape Tomato—Arugula RiceServes 4Swap• 4 1-inch-thick swordfish steaks for the pork chopsAdd• 2 minced garlic cloves• 1⁄2 pint grape tomatoes, red or yellow, halved• 3 tablespoons capers, drained and coarsely chopped• 2 to 3 tablespoons chopped fresh flat-leaf parsley (a handful)Prepare just as for the first recipe, but when you begin the rice, melt the butter in the saucepan, sauté the garlic for 1 minute before adding the water. Cook as directed. Add the grape tomatoes to the rice when tossing the rice with the arugula and basil.Cook the swordfish as you would the chops but cook for 1 minute less on each side. When you remove the sauce from the heat and add the butter, add the capers and parsley, too.