Rachael Ray is a television personality who claims her life to be a 'totally unplanned, happy and wonderful accident'. Despite her success she is still a totally down to earth family person. She created a cooking series called "Rachel Ray's 30 minute meals" which was soon picked up by media and thereafter her popularity on television grew in no time. She was nominated for two Emmy's in the first year itself. In addition to her television success she has converted these shows into Rachel Ray 30 minute meals book.
Some of Ray's popular books are - Cooking round the clock Rachel Ray 30 Minute Meals book, Get Togethers, Veggie Meals, Rachael Ray Best Eats in Town on $40 A Day etc. In 2005 she launched a new lifestyle magazine which carries her vision called Every Day with Rachael Ray The magazine offers much more than food. Besides simple recipes of delicious dishes she also offers advice on food entertaining and destinations. She takes the readers around the world to meet people who are gastronomic - right from celebrities down to great home cooks.
Her latest book is Rachel Ray 30 minute meals book: 365 - A year of Deliciously Different Dinners. On February 2006, she released three mini cookbooks - Cooking Rocks: 30 minutes meals for kids and two other books. She has also written a book on the concept of one hour thanksgiving dinner.
In addition to television and cookbooks Ray has endorsed products for Price Chopper supermarkets and Burger King. In the late 2005 she signed a deal with Oprah Winfrey and King World Productions to host a daytime TV talk show. Rachel Ray 30 minute meals show was awarded the Emmy award in the year 2006 for the best daytime service show. According to Forbes magazine, it is said that Rachel Ray 30 minute meals book and her television shows earned her $6 million revenue in that year alone.
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