September 2009 Issue of Every Day with Rachael Ray

You know, some magazines lose their novelty and just get boring year after year. I have to say that Rachael Ray's magazine, Everyday With Rachael Ray, is only getting better. My only problem with the September issue was the challenge of choosing which recipes to make first. Also, have you checked out their website lately? It's only becoming more interactive.

In the 30 minute meals section, you'll find: Bistecca alla Puttanesca, Cobb Clubs, Cordon Bleu Clubs, Crab-and-Corn Ribbon Pasta, Ginger BBQ Pork or Chicken Stir-Fry, Halibut Saltimbocca with Lemon Butter Orzo, Monte Cristo-Style Croque Monsieur, Pizza Crudo, Pulled Chicken Suiza Sammies, and Ratatouille Grilled Panini.

The $10 Spot has become a frequent source of recipes for me lately. This month's issue includes recipes for Kale and Mini Meatballs, Linguine with Salsa Verde, Wild Rice Pilaf with Mushrooms and Pecans, Curried Chicken-and-Cider Soup, and Pan-Fried Pork Salad with Pickled Carrots and Radishes. Those last two are definitely going on my list (see the left sidebar, where the list has, not surprisingly, grown out of control).

If you are in the mood for a sandwich, you're in luck. This issue gussies up some basic sandwich ideas to create Open-Faced Ricotta-and-Hazlenut Butter Sanwiches, Knife-and-Fork Steak-and-Radicchio Sandwiches, Skirt Steak Sandwiches, and Mexican Red Snapper Sandwiches.

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