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One of Rach's favorite things — no matter the season — is to share her current faves with all of you. This fall she's all about practicality, but that doesn't stop her product picks from putting the fun in functional. Keep reading to discover some of Rach's favorite products for fall!
1. Bombas Socks
Rach says that she and her hubby John are "pretty sock obsessed." Rach tends to stockpile socks for the whole fam.
She went online to Bombas socks, because she loves the messaging of "One Pair Purchased = One Pair Donated." Socks are the most requested clothing item at homeless shelters, and so far Bombas has donated more than 20 million pairs of socks.
Rach sent everyone in the audience home with their own sets of Bombas socks, encouraging them to keep one pair and donate the other.
If you're a fan of Rach's, you probably know all about her infamous grocery lists. (Hint: they're not short!) So when John requested that she also pick up "something in a sack that's healthy" for him to snack on at home, Rach took on the challenge.
She found Snacklins, which look, taste and crunch much like pork rinds, but are actually made from yuca, mushrooms and onions. Plus, each bag is only 80 calories!
Rach uses her own cookware both on-set and at home, and her cast-iron skillet is one of her personal favorites.
If you're looking for an essential kitchen gift to give to someone, especially a young person, Rach suggests a cast-iron pan.
"It's an oldie but a goodie," she says. "Cast-iron skillets outlast us."
Plus, as she points out, "they're essential for making great-tasting proteins."
Just make sure you season it first — here's how to break in your cast iron pan the right way, according to Rach.
In addition to the Bombas socks, everyone in the audience got to go home with Snacklins and Rach's 12" Cast Iron Skillet.