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Each month, Rachael pens a personal letter to the readers of her magazine, Rachael Ray Every Day. Here’s what’s on Rach’s mind for December, and what’s cookin’ in the magazine. Don’t forget to get your copy of the issue, out on newsstands now! Today is windy and gloomy. My shoulders ache from hand rolling pasta for […]
Wrapping its 12th year, Feedback, Rachael Ray and her husband John Cusimano’s signature food and music festival, brought unbelievable bands, delicious bites and drinks, and an energy that’s near impossible to beat. Thirty bands played across four stages in a timeframe of just three days! They traveled from near and far – Austin natives to […]
Hi friends, At Team Rachael, it brings us a lot of joy to help you navigate Rachael’s world each day, helping you find tasty recipes, connect with Rach on social, and keep up-to-date on her latest happenings. We also work to make sure that you, our trusted community, are looked after. Recently, fans of Rachael’s […]
Each month, Rachael pens a personal letter to the readers of her magazine, Rachael Ray Every Day. Here’s what’s on Rach’s mind for November, and what’s cookin’ in the magazine. Don’t forget to get your copy of the issue, out on newsstands now! In America, the month of November is focused on food and gratitude. Here […]
We rocked out to awesome bands, toasted to an amazing time, and ate our weight in hot dogs at this year’s Feedback! Relive one of our favorite days of the year by making Feedback 2018’s menu in your own home. Chow down on an old-school fair favorite with a vegetarian twist, a slider that packs the […]
It was another banner day at the Feedback House, and we couldn’t have asked for better music or tastier eats! The sun was out and so were the crowds for what was another eclectic day of fantastic bands ranging from blues to grunge rock. Fans lined up for Rach’s amazing Detroit-Style Coney Dogs (and adoptable puppies!), and […]
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With summer going strong, now's the time for finding the ripest, juiciest tomatoes. Don't get us wrong, tomatoes are a staple in many of our meals year-round, but nothing beats this flavorful fruit du
Back for its 12th year in Austin, Feedback, Rachael and her hubby John Cusimano’s music and food festival, kicked off last night with Day One of the Feedback House. With five amazing bands, incredible food, and a bar that served Bloody Marys all day long (and all night, too!) – it’s safe to see this […]
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To say Rachael lives a busy life is an understatement. With a daytime talk show, a monthly magazine, her own cookware line, pet food, and not-for-profit (we're tired already!) she's always on-the-go.
Each month, Rachael pens a personal letter to the readers of her magazine, Rachael Ray Every Day. Here’s what’s on Rach’s mind for October, and what’s cookin’ in the magazine. Don’t forget to get your copy of the issue, out on newsstands now! For this issue, my consigliere, editor in chef of Rachael Ray Every Day, and fellow Italian American Lauren Iannotti and […]
The aristocrat! From 35 year-old vines grown in Kimmeridgian limestone and clay soil, on the right bank of the Serein River with w...esterly exposition. The 2016 vintage is floral, pretty, and mineral with great length. One of a series of impressive... read more
A more expressive nose freely offers up aromas of mineral reduction, zest, essence of pear and a pretty top note of acacia blossom.... The sleek, refined and intense flavors are very Puligny in character with plenty of minerality on the super-saline... read more
Power and balance could summarize this confidential cuvee prized by tasters. A festival of fruits (peach, citrus, pear and vanilla...) is provided in a concentrated wine that keeps its freshness. Enjoy it now for its spectacular nature and within the next... read more
There are many theories about why the grapes coming from these rows have such distinctive floral aromatics with an earthy minerali...ty in the nose and palate. It may be related to the minerals in the soil or to the effects that the calcareous deposits... read more
This wine is a more louche character than the 2015; upon opening, it quickly uncoils to reveal layers of Asian pear skin, lanolin,... and sweetgrass. With air and a little warmth, notes of pungent gooseberry and white pepper emerge, tempered by soft,... read more
White Wine by Anthill Farms from Russian River, California. This wine is a more louche character than the 2015; upon opening, it q...uickly uncoils to reveal layers of Asian pear skin, lanolin, and sweetgrass. With air and a little warmth, notes of pungent gooseberry and white pepper emerge, tempered by soft, talcum-like sweetness. The palate opens to reveal waves of cool lemon blossom, wet slate, and a core of precise, refreshing acidity. Drink now through 2025. read more
This wine is tauter still than the 2014; upon opening the wine, the nose is initially reluctant to reveal itself. With air and a l...ittle warmth, notes of fragrant iris and caraway seed emerge, buffeted by a hint of dry lanolin. The palate opens to... read more
Randy Peters and his father-in-law, Tom Mukaida, farm this vineyard outside of Sebastopol in western Sonoma County. The southern s...lopes of these hills form the northern edge of the Petaluma Gap, which rushes cool, marine air from the Pacific Ocean... read more
The ridge in between Graton and Occidental is known by several names-Occidental Ridge; Stoetz Ridge; and, perhaps most commonly, H...arrison Grade, after its principal roadway. Harmony Lane occupies a three-acre site of fine Goldridge soil just below this... read more
Powerful rose petal and tar-typical of Abbey Harris-with fleeting scents of crushed stones and pennyroyal mark the aromas. The den...se core of plum and cherry fruit, remains light on its feet, juxtaposing the depth of flavors we have come to expect from... read more
Pungent and bold, with expressive savory aromatics, layered fruit and fabulous overall balance. This is one of the darker, more br...ooding wines in the range. Crushed flowers, mint, raspberries and pine are laced into the textured, super-expressive... read more
This site lies in the heart of the Green Valley appellation, on the corner of Green Valley and Maddocks Roads. Owner and manager R...on Black had the foresight to plant this hillside very densely to create more vine competition and lower yields. This... read more
The bright and layered California Chardonnay opens with appealing aromas of crisp yellow apple, ginger snap and vanilla custard. L...ayered notes of baked peach, pineapple, roasted almond and Madagascar vanilla blend on the plush, full-bodied palate. The... read more
This lively wine opens up quickly with an elegant bouquet of spring flowers, peach skin, key lime, sea breeze, and stone fruit, as... well as hints of crushed rock from its origin in our mineral-driven Soberanes Vineyard. Aging for 16 months in 60-gallon... read more
Red Wine by Anthill Farms from Sonoma County, California. As is often the case, the 2016 Demuth continues to be one of the more el...egant and Burgunduan of the Anderson Valley Pinots. Its high elevation and large portion of the refined Wadenswil clone show their distinct character in the wine. Mint and pennyroyal jump from the glass with wafts of wild strawberry and pomegranate emerging with a touch of air. Though graceful, the texture covers the mouth with flavors that echo the aromas. Sneaky tannins and vibrant acidity give focus to this vintage of the majestically alpine Demuth Pinot. Best enjoyed between 2020 and 2028. read more
White Wine by J Vineyards from California. The bright and layered California Chardonnay opens with appealing aromas of crisp yello...w apple, ginger snap and vanilla custard. Layered notes of baked peach, pineapple, roasted almond and Madagascar vanilla blend on the plush, full-bodied palate. The finish is long and bright, with hints of ginger and toasted coconut macaroon. Pair this approachable Chardonnay with sauteed gulf shrimp, Romesco sauce over creamy polenta, Herbes de Provence-marinated grilled chicken with sharred lemon or aged Gouda with apricots and wildflower honey. 42% Napa County; 39% Sonoma County; 19% Monterey County read more
This Chardonnay is pure elegance. There is a perfect usage of oak. Distinct, but not over the top with just a kiss of vanilla. Thi...s allows the pretty aromatics and flavors of citrus, peach and apple to shine through. Wonderful texture on the palate... read more
Nicely perfumed with aromas of lemon, apple, spice, vanilla creme, brioche and nuts. The palate is infused with citrus, but also p...ear and apple flavors with hint of oak. A solid wine that is not too rich or lean, with a smooth but not creamy mouthfeel... read more
Complexity is worthless without balance, especially in a white wine. What good is having all that nuance if it is overwhelmed by a...ny one aspect? This 2016 Chardonnay exemplifies that chorus of diverse voices all singing in harmony; bright limey citrus... read more
Red Wine by Anthill Farms from Sonoma County, California. Randy Peters and his father-in-law, Tom Mukaida, farm this vineyard outs...ide of Sebastopol in western Sonoma County. The southern slopes of these hills form the northern edge of the Petaluma Gap, which rushes cool, marine air from the Pacific Ocean inland. read more
This Chardonnay is succulent and crisp. Flavors of pear, tropical fruit and pineapple add to this bright varietal. Floral notes cr...eate a well-balanced wine with a full body. Pairs well with chicken, salmon, tilapia, duck, pizza, green salad, and pasta. read more
Perfumed notes of mint, iris flower, green citrus and a wet rock-like minerality emerge from the 2016 Chardonnay Hudson Vineyard. ...It shows more and more classic orchard fruits with time in the glass and has remarkable purity, good acidity, and a... read more
Crisp Chardonnay with bright acid, complex aromatics, and persistent finish, which are hallmarks of this traditional Burgundy grap...e. Transplanted into the Carneros region of Sonoma County these low yielding, 40+ year old vines of the Abbassi Family... read more
The 2016 growing season was one of the very best in the 30-year history of Talley Vineyards. After four years of severe drought, E...l Ni¤o conditions brought the most rainfall to the region since 2011. After a cool and windy spring, temperatures... read more
The Estate Chardonnay is a beautiful, crisp, clean, yet savory expression of the Russian River. A fun, flavor-rich Chardonnay with... aromas of exotic tropical fruit, lemon custard, and spice! Each year the winery's goal is to achieve the seamless balance... read more
From our estate vineyard located immediately to the west of our home ranch. Planted in 1997 by the Gnesa family, this self-rooted ...parcel is entirely clone 5 planted on a north facing slope of pure sand. Lemon meringue, pineapple, and white flowers on... read more