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A Must-Try Holiday Dessert + Rach & John Answer Your Qs
If you thought you couldn't love Rachael's magazine any more, think again.
Rach and her mag's editor-in-chief and content director, Lauren Iannotti, just introduced the revamped magazine called Rachael Ray In Season. And it seriously looks as gorgeous as Rach's 26 cookbooks. "They're meant to be saved," Rach says.
"We're starting 2020 in a whole new way, with a quarterly format," Rach says in her letter to her readers in the first relaunched issue. "It's go big or stay home, and that's what we're trying to do: deliver richer, more seasonal, more of-the-moment content that's personal in every way and includes the people closest to me in my day-to-day life."
"We're elevating," Lauren adds. "We still want it to be accessible, but we've [used] better-quality paper, better photography, better everything throughout."
You'll find Rach's first Sunday Dinner in the debut issue — a recipe for when you have a little more than 30 minutes to cook, even if it's not on a Sunday! And on the other end of the spectrum, you'll also get THREE-minute recipes (you heard us!) and an illustrated recipe with Rach's food doodles (or what she calls "foodles") on the last page of every issue.
Look how adorable:
"We have more contributors," Rach goes on, including her hubby John and gal pal (and caterer to the stars) Mary Giuliani. "[There will be] party tips, design, travel, everything — we're just doing it bigger and better."
And featured in the first quarterly issue? Neil Patrick Harris, David Burtka and their adorable kids!
You can find Rachael's new magazine, Rachael Ray In Season, at your local bookstore, grocery store or newsstand starting Friday, January 17. You can also buy a copy online here.