When it debuted in 2001, 30 Minute Meals became a Food Network favorite. Rachael’s yum-o recipes and next-door realness (piling her arms with stuff from the fridge, pulling meat straight out of the wrapper, burning toast) were a hit with viewers. The show ran for 11 years, took a break, and is now back in a big way.
Kicking off on April 1, the 30 Minute Meals reboot will broadcast 30 new episodes in 30 days on Food Network. It will also stream live throughout the month on the channel’s Facebook page and digital platforms with even more content from our fave TV star for maximum binge-watching potential.
“It’s going to have the cool vibe that we had back in the day, but it’s for a whole new generation,” Rach says. “It’s fun, fresh food you’ve never seen on my daytime show and you certainly never saw in the years 30 Minute Meals was on the air.” Get ready to dig in!