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Rachael Ray 2, 4, 6, 8: Great Meals for Couples or Crowds chapter 1 Rachael Ray 2, 4, 6, 8: Great Meals for Couples or Crowds, meaning Rachael Ray 2, 4, 6, 8: Great Meals for Couples or Crowds, genre Rachael Ray 2, 4, 6, 8: Great Meals for Couples or Crowds, book cover Rachael Ray 2, 4, 6, 8: Great Meals for Couples or Crowds, flies Rachael Ray 2, 4, 6, 8: Great Meals for Couples or Crowds, Rachael Ray 2, 4, 6, 8: Great Meals for Couples or Crowds 571138b19b5d0 If You Re Like Rachael Ray, Mealtime Is A Time To Hang Out And Reconnect With Family And Friends That Means You Could Be Making A Late Dinner For You And Your Sweetie One Night And Making Brunch For Your Entire Family The Next Day No Matter How Many People Join The Party, Rachael Firmly Believes That Cooking Should Be Fun, Easy And Done In Minutes Or LessTransforming Recipes For Four Into Recipes For Two Or Eight Can Be A Tricky Guessing Game If You Use Twice The Amount Of Chicken Will You Have To Cook It Twice As Long Is It Possible To Make A Satisfying Pot Of Soup For Two Without Having To Eat Leftovers For A Week What S The Best And Most Economical Way To Feed A Crowd Of Eight With Rachael Ray , There S No Need To Guess, Because Rachael Has Designed Right Sized Menus For Every Occasion, With Perfect Meals For Two, Four, Six, Or EightFor Date Night You Don T Want Tons Of Food, So Rachael S Croque Madame Sandwich With A Strawberry Balsamic Vinaigrette Salad And A Killer Vodka Cocktail Strike Just The Right Note For Family Dinners, Double Dates, Or Those Who Love Leftovers, Rachael Whips Up Classic Meals For Four Like Wingless Buffalo Chicken Pizza Or Grilled Shrimp With Chorizo Skewers For Poker Night With Your Buddies, Rachael Knows Exactly Which Ingredients Stretch Into A Minute Meal For Six, Like Uptown Sweet And Spicy Sausage Hoagies Throwing A Dinner Party Is A Pleasure When You Re Armed With Stress Free Meals For Eight Like Italian Chicken Pot Pie And Boozy Berries And Biscuits With Complete Menus For Family Dinners As Well As Easy And Impressive Meals For Entertaining Plus Lots Of Super Simple Desserts That Taste Like A Million, No Matter What The Occasion, The Perfect Meal For Your Crowd Is Never Minutes Away


10 thoughts on “Rachael Ray 2, 4, 6, 8: Great Meals for Couples or Crowds

  1. says:

    I wouldn t say this is a bad cookbook, it just may or may not be helpful depending on your level of expertise and confidence I think it would be a lot useful to a novice cook than to someone who is already used to improvising meals.I say improvising because almost everything in here sounds like what I cook when I m by myself and would rather use up what I ve dug out of the freezer and pantry than make a trip to the store We re talking sauteed vegetables and protein source tossed with pasta or over a salad That s not really a bad thing I ve thrown together some pretty decent meals that way However, we re not really talking restaurant level food here, and since I just said I already cook that way a lot, I guess I don t need a cookbook to keep doing it.The recipes also seem a little bit busy, or something Like a lot of ingredients needed for a tasty but not spectacular end result On the up side, the majority of them didn t need anything obscure, or included semi obscure ingredients that could be substituted with something else.Since recipes don t always expand directly, I would rather have seen the same recipes expanded to serve 2, 4, 6, or 8 people, instead of different recipes in each number category.I think my recommendation would be for you to get it out of the library as I did if you can and skim it first to see if you really need it, or if you can accomplish pretty much the same results just by reading it for ideas.


  2. says:

    For some reason, I had a lengthy food network phase in middle school Maybe I just liked the general concept of eating I didn t cook regularly until 22, but preteen me really loved Rachael Ray.So I bought this cookbook for 2 at a HPB closeout It s not like it wasn t worth that price or that the recipes don t sound amazing, but I feel like Ray s speaking style is a tad annoying in prose form She also seems to not know how to talk about different cultures when she talks about their food not exactly in an appropriating way or a hateful way, but she certainly hits on a country s stereotypical touchstones and runs with it Then there s the line to the effect of I love Spain I ve never actually been to Spain My biggest issue with the book is that it doesn t seem as convenient as her 30 minute meal pledge claims I doubt that half of these courses would be finished in half an hour, and she prescribes a lot of ingredients that are hard to track down if you aren t, say, a New Yorker Dandelion salad Should I go out and pick those, or does she think that s available at Kroger Nonetheless, I don t want to seem too harsh on this book Everything sounds really good, and the prep for these recipes certainly isn t the most taxing thing you could do in the kitchen Nostalgia aside, I just feel like Rachael Ray isn t quite as in tune with what the average home cook might need from a recipe.


  3. says:

    Rachael Ray s TV persona grates on me a little okay, a lot , but her recipes are totally my style I ve read this cookbook cover to cover several times her prose and meal titles may be asinine, but out of the several dozen Rachael recipes I ve tried, only one was a never again Quite a few of the meals I ve tried from this book have become staples in our meal rotation For me, it s the perfect balance between interesting food and everyone will eat it food not too funky or fancy, but lots better than your average pot roast and potatoes.


  4. says:

    The recipes that I ve tried from this book were confusing and didn t taste quite right This cookbook attempts to cook like your grandmother in terms of using dashes and a few drops of ingredients but this technique is annoying Some ingredients are too strong for guessing on the quantity you should use Like Romano cheese Also, yum o is not an acceptable word or cooking term I mean seriously who actually says that


  5. says:

    This book was pretty good There is a great green bean, pearl onions and balsamic vinegar recipe that I paired with the broiled flank steak which is also good.Although those were my favorites included in her book, she does have other tasty recipes included The nice thing is that the book is split into sections based on the number of servings you desire


  6. says:

    I m trying to get back on track and eat healthy I ve caught Rachael Ray s show several times in the afternoons before I head to work, and was curious So I checked this book out of the library A number of the recipes look appealing but she uses a lot of olive oil, butter and salt I m tweaking the recipes I liked to make them healthier.


  7. says:

    I was so excited to try this cookbook Well, it fell a little flatseveral recipes came out too salty and weren t worth the amount of time needed all took longer than 30 minutes A couple of good recipes emerged, but overall not worth the investment when so many great recipes are free online.


  8. says:

    This particular Rachael Ray cookbook is one of my favorites because it realyl breaks things down by serving It is much easier to make some of her two and four person meals, which is nice The book itself contains great pictures and commentary, and is very user friendly I dislike that some of the ingredients are so tough to get.


  9. says:

    so this was my second rachael ray book, and i have to say that even though this one is also lacking pics, i liked it than the first book of hers i bought since this one is divided by group size, and that s really helpful.


  10. says:

    Has some great recipes Got my husband and I cooking together which is a blast Learned how the make the best tasting, quickest asparagus ever in this book Now I make it very often and the whole family loves it In the oven or on the grill.


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