Rachael Ray

"If you've ever had grits and liked them, you'll like polenta. If you like corn, you'll like polenta. If you like soft, velvety dishes like risotto, you'll like polenta." —Rach
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Farro, an ancient grain, is packed with fiber and makes for a great wheat pasta or rice alternative. Drench it all in white wine sauce. Dinner, done!
Our favorite flavors and spices of the fall season, together under one lid! Top this irresistibly creamy, brown butter risotto with crispy sage and toasted seeds for an extra pumpkin kick. And if you don't have time to roast your squash, the canned version works, too!
Celery stalks, portobello mushroom caps, and shaved pecorino make for a cool salad with plenty of crunch.
"The sugary sweetness of corn balances well with 'nduja's spiciness."—Rach
"This is a smokier, spicier, more savory twist on classic pasta alla Norma."—Rach
One-pan pasta puttanesca with Calabrian chili and Italian tuna.
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"If you've ever had grits and liked them, you'll like polenta. If you like corn, you'll like polenta. If you like soft, velvety dishes like risotto, you'll like polenta." —Rach
Swordfish with Orange, Oregano & Charred Radicchio recipe
"Serve with charred bread, rubbed with a cut clove of garlic and dressed with EVOO and flaky salt." —Rach
Finally, a 3 Minute Meal that's not an egg or a quesadilla! This hearty salad hits all the right notes: savory, a little sweet, vinegary, crunchy-and super fast.
Rachael-approved favorites from around the boot. 
You don't need a plane ticket to live like an Italian. Just pour yourself an espresso (or an aperitivo!), settle in, and get cooking from our most Italian issue yet.
For when you have more than 30 minutes.
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Smoky Black Beans
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Deep flavors from jalapeño, cumin, and oregano make these smoky beans extra fragrant. Got some time on your hands? If you have them, use dried beans instead of canned.
The ultimate Taco Tuesday sidekick.
If you want a vegetarian version of this salad, use 6 portobellos or a grilled plant-based chicken substitute.
"This sauce gets its pumped-up flavors from semi-dried tomatoes, sun-dried tomato paste, sweet vermouth, and spicy Calabrian chile paste." —Rach
Steak Niçoise Salad
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"This one's for my sister, Maria, who loves French cuisine but will not eat fish: a tuna Niçoise minus the tuna!" —Rach
Veggies are shooting up and baseball season is in full swing. (Go, Red Sox!) Here are some easy ideas packed with all that fresh goodness as warmer weather and better times arrive.
Bombay Grilled Cheese
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This creamy, crunchy, tangy, spicy sandwich was inspired by classic Indian street food. Bombay is the Colonial Era name for the city of Mumbai, which changed its name in 1995.
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Ballpark Pretzel-Bun Burgers
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"This is what we will be eating during more than one game this 2021 season. Serve with ice-cold beers." —Rach
"Braise pork in citrus and beer until tender, then broil until crisp. Stuff it in a homemade tortilla with homemade salsa and fresh fixings. Try to control yourself." -Rach
"This is a hearty but not heavy meat-free entrée. For meat lovers, top the tostadas with browned crumbled chorizo or pulled rotisserie chicken." —Rach