Rachael Ray’s latest show, Rachael Ray’s Week in a Day, puts her time-saving idea of “one day of cooking, five days of eating” into practice.
From the premier of 30-Minute Meals on Food Network in 2001, to her brand new Cooking Channel show, Rachael Ray has made a career out of helping busy people create satisfying and healthy meals at home.
With eighteen books to her credit, a talk show and two cooking shows currently in production, and a magazine bearing her name, Rachael Ray is arguably the hardest working cooking personality on television.
She can sympathize with Americans who feel pressed for time when it comes to getting a nutritious dinner on the table.
If you do not have access to the Cooking Channel, try these ideas to maximize your time and prepare wholesome meals:
• Create a meal plan for the week.
• Fix quick and easy recipes that can be stored until you are ready to enjoy them.
• Save time and money by utilizing a few key ingredients in multiple meals and only going to the grocery store once a week.
Even with a packed schedule and tight budget, it is still possible to cook healthy and satisfying recipes to share with your family.