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This must be the place : dispatches & food from the home front

by Ray, Rachael,

Format: Print Book 2021
Availability: Available at 13 Libraries 13 of 19 copies
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Bethel Park Public Library Nonfiction 641.5 RA
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Brentwood Library New Non Fiction 641.5 Ray
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CLP - Woods Run Non-Fiction Collection TX714.R3835 2021x
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Dormont Public Library Non-Fiction 641.5 R21
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Jefferson Hills Public Library Non-Fiction 641.5 RAY
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Mt. Lebanon Public Library Non-Fiction 641.5092 Ray
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Oakmont Carnegie Library Non-Fiction 641.5 RAY
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Summary
NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER . Rachael Ray presents 125+ recipes straight from her home kitchen in upstate New York, with personal stories on loss, gratitude, and the special memories that make a house a home.

NAMED ONE OF THE BEST COOKBOOKS OF THE YEAR BY FOOD NETWORK

"I wanted to write this book because for the first time in my fifty-two years, everyone on the planet was going through the same thing at the same time. We were all feeling the same fear, heartsickness, worry, and sadness, but due to the nature of the virus, it was hard to connect. I connect through cooking, and I noticed that's what many others were doing as well. We took to the kitchen to share something of ourselves-and cooking became the discipline, diversion, and devotion that got us through."

You may think you know Rachael Ray after decades of TV appearances and dozens of books, but 2020 changed us all and it changed her, too-her life and her direction. During the early months of the pandemic in upstate New York, far away from her New York City television studio, Rachael Ray and her husband, John, went to work in their home kitchen hosting the only cooking show on broadcast TV. At her kitchen counter, with the help of her iPhone cameraman (John), Rachael produced more than 125 meals-everything from humble dishes composed of simple pantry items (One-Pot Chickpea Pasta or Stupid Good, Silly Easy Sausage Tray Bake) to more complex recipes that satisfy a craving or celebrate a moment (Porcini and Greens Risotto or Moroccan Chicken Tagine).

This Must Be the Place captures the words, recipes, and images that will forever shape this time for Rachael and her family, offering readers inspiration to rethink and rebuild what home means to them now.
Contents
This must be the place
Coming home
Making adjustments
Diversions
Old friends, new friends
Cook-alongs
Harvest
Yearning
Giving thanks
Hope for the holidays
Epilogue: Full circle.

Published Reviews
Publisher's Weekly Review: "Emmy Award--winning TV host Ray (Rachael Ray 50) gets personal with enticing recipes and stories from her home. When the 2020 pandemic forced people around the world to hunker down indoors, Ray's only choice was to "let the world into my most private space, and record our show from my home." Out of that time came some delicious recipes, but also the devastation of losing her home in upstate New York that summer to a fire. "This book," she writes, "offers dispatches from what felt like the edge of reality." Luckily for readers, there's plenty of comfort to be found in Ray's lighthearted stories--from moving into the guesthouse to enjoying Zoom "cook-alongs" with friends--and resourceful recipes: "What can you do with canned tuna or beans?" she asks. "The answer is, lots and lots!" Among the star dishes are popcorn chicken with white cheddar popcorn (perfect for a date with the couch), eggplant schnitzel with whipped honey, and halibut with creole sauce. Peppered in are helpful notes, prep hacks (to halve the cherry tomatoes for her steak ni├žoise in bulk, she slices a cup of them at a time laid out between two deli cup lids), "foodles" featuring recipes charmingly illustrated by Ray, and cocktail recipes (including a "filthy, dirty martini") by her husband, John. Fans are in for a real treat. Agent: Celeste Fine, Park & Fine Literary. (Oct.)"
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Additional Information
Subjects Ray, Rachael.
Cooking.
Cookbooks.
Publisher New York :2021
Edition First edition.
Contributors Mathis, Kate (Photographer), photographer.
Language English
Notes "125+ recipes"--Cover
Includes index.
Description xiii, 331 pages : color illustrations ; 26 cm
ISBN 9780593357217
0593357213
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