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`30 Minute Meals` is back. (Food Network photo)
"30 Minute Meals" is back. (Food Network photo)

Rachael Ray's '30 Minute Meals' returns with new episodes this fall on Food Network

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Fri, Sep 27th 2019 08:40 pm

New episodes to premiere Saturday, Nov. 9

Binge-watchable episodes, full recipes & additional bonus content with Rachael featured on new Food Network Kitchen app 

Food Network star, Emmy-winning talk show host, and best-selling cookbook author Rachael Ray returns with new episodes of “30 Minute Meals” on Saturday, Nov. 9 (9:30 a.m. ET/PT), on Food Network. During each episode, Ray gives viewers real-time, step-by-step cooking instructions, from ingredient prep to getting a meal on the table, with time-saving tips that make the aspirational achievable.

Ahead of the linear premiere, starting at midnight on Nov. 9, viewers will be able to access exclusive “30 Minute Meals” digital content on the Food Network Kitchen app, including binge-watching all 10 episodes of the new season, recipes from each episode, and additional short-form content with Ray throughout the season.

"We cannot wait to premiere new episodes of ‘30 Minute Meals,’ giving audiences more of what they have come to love about Rachael Ray – her joyful personality and relatability in the kitchen, along with amazing recipes," said Courtney White, president, Food Network. "Whether you are a seasoned or amateur home cook, ‘30 Minute Meals’ is perfect for helping to prepare easy and delicious meals for family and friends quickly."

Whether it is creating one’s own takeout night menu of Szechuan beef and messy corn with shishito peppers or a sofa night super snack of chorizo jalapeno poppers that are bursting with cheese, Ray has viewers covered as she shares easy and delectable 30-minute meals for any occasion.

In another episode, Ray makes an easy taco recipe that includes tilapia tossed in a blend of spices and lightly fried with layers of fresh pico de gallo that will have viewers making tacos every night. And why go to a fancy Italian restaurant when you can make a delicious three-course meal right at home with Ray’s bruschetta with ricotta and walnuts, followed by beef and Italian Sausage ragu with fusilli and a refreshing escarole salad with fennel.

Visit FoodNetwork.com/30MinuteMeals for more of Ray’s must-try recipes from the season and join the conversation anytime using #30MinuteMeals.

Ray grew up in food and has parlayed that birthright into a successful career as a television star, an iconic Food Network personality, bestselling cookbook author, founder and editorial director of her own lifestyle magazine (Rachael Ray Every Day), and founder of the Yum-o! organization. Ray’s daytime program, “Rachael Ray,” launched in the fall of 2006 showcasing her warmth, energy and boundless curiosity, and most recently won a Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Informative Talk Show.

Ray has also hosted Food Network's “Rachael Ray's Kids Cook-Off,” “Worst Cooks in America,” “Week In A Day” and “30 Minute Meals,” which earned Ray a Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Service Show, and a nomination for Outstanding Service Show Host.

Ray turned her “30 Minute Meals” concept into a bestselling cookbook series, including “Rachael Ray's Book of Burger,” and “My Year in Meals.” She will release her 26th cookbook, “Rachael Ray 50: Memories and Meals From a Sweet and Savory Life,” this fall.

She has also developed a line of premium dog and cat food called Rachael Ray Nutrish. Through The Rachael Ray Foundation, she has donated more than $35.5 million to animals in need. Her nonprofit organization, Yum-o!, empowers kids and their families to develop healthy relationships with food and cooking.

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