Get Togethers: Rachael Ray 30-Minute Meals

Get Togethers Rachael Ray Minute Meals Presents a series of simple easy to prepare dishes for brunches parties date dinners holidays and picnics

  • Title: Get Togethers: Rachael Ray 30-Minute Meals
  • Author: Rachael Ray
  • ISBN: 9781891105111
  • Page: 476
  • Format: Paperback
  • Presents a series of simple, easy to prepare dishes for brunches, parties, date dinners, holidays, and picnics.

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    One thought on “Get Togethers: Rachael Ray 30-Minute Meals

    1. Sara

      A gift from my mom and a fun cookbook, to boot. This is the only Rachael Ray cookbook that I currently own. I don't watch a lot of cooking shows on TV. It took awhile to learn she doesn't say "evooooo" like she spells it, she spells out E-V-O-O.I have to take 30-minute-meals with a grain of salt (or a dash of EVOO). At my elevation - 8500 feet - the chicken is still clucking after only 30 minutes.I know I've made a couple of these recipes but I didn't mark which ones. I never plan on having a di [...]

    2. GoldenjoyBazyll

      Anyone who knows me knows I LOVE TO ENTERTAIN the girls! I alwaysnjoyd themed parties where everyone makes something wonderful to share. It really works because all of my friends are great cooks! :)This book inspires everything from holiday gatherings to small themed brunches! Check out page 85 for polenta crackers with roasted red pepers!!!!! That's one thing I will e making for the crew real soon!!!!!Reading cookbooks is sooooooo much FUN!!!!!!

    3. S

      I've actually made a couple of recipes from here that were okay, but she really doesn't take into account the cost of individual ingredients. Yes, they may be quick, but I don't need to spend $15 on ingredients for a home-cooked meal in the middle of the week.

    4. Xyra

      Did someone call and say they were on their way over? Need to make something quick for their visit? This is the book for you (depending on what you keep in your pantry). The timing on these recipes is right on, so you don't need to work all day to make a fabulous meal for your visitors.This book contains a great variety of dishes and menus to choose from. I have not tried all of them, but the recipes are easy to follow and read. The ones I have tried are flavorful.I mentioned in a previous revie [...]

    5. Ruddy

      OK, I know a lot of people hate Rachel ray, BUT i have to say this is a very handy book. I like to have people over all the time and this book is not only simple to understand, but also simple to make. Everything was laid out very well and the food i came up with was yum-o to say the least. Haters, keep hating, but i'll be eating while you do that.:-)

    6. Kristina

      Some good receipes with varying number of servings. The largest, though is 12, and for parties I often have more like 20 or more. She has a menu for a wraps party and I did those and I thought they were great. It has some unique ideas.

    7. Sarah

      In this one, Rachael Ray plans out your party menus for you. I like to plan my own menus so the book can be a bit constraining. Definitely try her recipe for Mexican Ice Cream Pie. You will get mad props.

    8. Travis

      I know it's popular to hate Rachael, and she is pretty annoying, but at the same time this book has some good recipes that work for regular folks.There's no food snobbery here, just actual food you can make with stuff you most likely have in your house.

    9. Tanya Harrison

      Mmmm, this recipe book is filled with delicious easy to make meals too. There is a really good Valentines Day ravioli meal that I made my sweetie one year that was so easy but so scrumptious too! It also has a few meals for grilling out too. I love it that she chooses a lot of low carb meals too.

    10. Mindi

      I am really disappointed in Rachel Ray cookbooks. I have yet to find a recipe that is good. They are all just average.

    11. Fostergrants

      this is great if you want it spelled out for you menu-wise. no nonsense recipes, easy, quick, inexpensive.

    12. Catherine Woodman

      Abe loves this cookbook tho' about all wecook regularly out of it is chili--which is outstanding, versatile and we have made it completely our own, which I think would make Rachel happy

    13. Benjamin

      Recipes are OK, but nothing special. I am unlikely to make any of the "complete" menus and would more likely pick and choose single dishes.

    14. Melissa

      I'm not sure I've actually cooked anything out of here yet. I know I registered for it, when I got married and wanted to try a ton of the recipes in it.

    15. Janet

      Guess I'm just not a 30 minute kind of gal. I think it's one of those things, either you get it or you don't. I don't. May just pass these books on to someone who will use them.

    16. Jennifer

      I love Rachel Ray's writing and type of cooking. I didn't particularly care for most of the recipes in this book.

    17. Kym

      I was surprised that I liked the looks of more recipes than I thought I would. She puts together themed dinners for entertaining. Some are brand new recipes and some are freshened up old standards. I also liked some of the international recipes. I probably won't make entire meals as written, but I did pull a few recipes for future meals.

    18. Fredrick Danysh

      This is a collection of menus and recipes for informal gatherings. The recipes appear to be fairly easy to prepare and cover a spectrum of social events.

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