If you've ever wished there were an easier and better way to get dinner on the table every night, you need Rachael Ray's Week in a Day. The woman who taught America how to make a meal in 30 minutes is back with an even bigger promise: one day of cooking, up to five days of eating! In every episode, Rachael will show you five meals you can put together in a single day. So when you come home from a hard day of work, the hard work in the kitchen's already done. Using the recipes, strategies, and tips from Week in a Day, you can eat well every night - even on those days when the clock is working against you.

Hearty Classics

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Zinfully Delicious Short Ribs

A whole bottle of zinfandel makes these beef short ribs very happy indeed.

Lazy Lasagna with Lamb Ragu, Spinach and Ricotta

Fancy Fisherman's Stew

Potato, Cauliflower and Broccoli Casserole with Welsh Rarebit Top

Stuffed Chicken Saltimbocca with Arugula and Tomato Salad

French Chicken in a Pot with Drunken Jus and Mashed Camembert Potatoes

Bonnie's Italian Stew

Baked Penne with Sausage, Tomato and Cauliflower

Chorizo and Chickpea Sauce with Rice Pasta

Zinfully Delicious Short Ribs

Farro with Asparagus, Hazelnuts and Kale Topped with Roasted Mushrooms

Roasted Vegetable Tabbouleh with Grilled Flat Bread and Yogurt-Tahini Dressing

Eggplant and Squash Curry

Chipotle Chicken Thighs with Chunky Guacamole

Lentil Soup with Kale and Sausage

The Ultimate Linguine with Clam Sauce

Braised Chicken Thighs with 40 Cloves of Garlic

Pork Tenderloin Posole with Bottom of the Bowl Nacho Surprise

Pork with Chiles and Orange Sauce

Pork and Poblano Green Chili Pot

Italian Pork Chili with Polenta

Stuffed Peppers with Broken Meatballs and Rice

Mexican Sliced Steak and Barley Soup

Double-Batch Classic Bolognese

Chicken a la King

Beef Stew Scented with Horseradish

Prosciutto or Pancetta-Wrapped Pork Roast with Fennel and Golden Raisin Stuffing

Chicken and Chorizo Spanish Enchiladas

About the Host

Rachael Ray

According to Rachael Ray, she grew up in food. “My first vivid memory is watching my mom in a restaurant kitchen. She was flipping something with a spatula. I tried to copy her and ended up grilling my right thumb!