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30 Minute Meals offers a warm and entertaining environment.
It was a hot summer Sunday, flipping through the channels, when I came across 30 Minute Meals with Rachael Ray. Never heard of it, nor have I ever watched the Food Network prior to this stumbling on. And I was in for a treat. I enjoyed the dishes she cooked up, and her inviting personality made it almost like she was right there in my kitchen chatting up a storm with me. It's like you are getting an educational cooking show, entertaining talk show, and the feeling of spending some time with your best friend all in one. I highly recommend this show for someone who likes to cook on a minutes notice, and likes light hearted, spunky personalities that has the potential to lift your spirits!
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