Check out the Every Day with Rachael Ray Kitchens

The New York Daily News was lucky enough to go on a tour of the test kitchens at Every Day with Rachael Ray. Not only that, but they got to chat with one of my favorite recipe creators from the magazine - Tracy Seaman (I even bought her cookbook for kid food.)  Click on the photo at the top of the page for a phot tour.
There are definitely a few interesting tidbits from the artice.  The staff works on "up 60 to 70 recipes a month, she says, like the must-try fried chicken and summer peach sandwich." More importantly, "Rachael approves everything and reads everything," she says.

Here's a quick description of the test kitchen:
For starters, says Seaman, there's the wall of original windows that let in "a ton of natural light," and provide a lovely view of the garden terraces next door (she has since come to meet the neighbors). There's also Corian counter tops, writeable walls for grocery lists, custom step-stools, a GE Monogram Ice machine, two GE Profile double-door fridges, three induction cooktops "so the kitchen doesn't heat up," three dishwashers, four ovens and an espresso machine and a Vita-Mix, says Seaman, that they use "to make smoothies twice a day."

The article also includes the recipe for Georgia Peach Chicken Sandwiches from a feature on recipes with 10 ingredients or less.  "If you don't mind bumping up the tally to 11, says Seaman, she recommends spreading on a little peach jam, too."

Image from New York Daily News.

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