Meal Bag: Our Viewers Share Recipes They've Tried of Rach's (with Pics!)

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Playing What's In Our Meal Bag? 3 Sweet Stories from Viewers Who Tried Rach's Recipes

We couldn't have made it to our sweet Season 16 without you, our viewers, tuning in and trying all the latest recipes from Rach and our guests. And like Rach says, "We love communicating with you!"  

That's why our brand-new meal bag segment (like mail bag, but for cooking!) features sweet stories and recipe photo submissions from you, our viewers. "Here's how it works: you guys send in your versions of what I cook up on the show, and then it's kind of like show and tell. Just show us what you've been cooking and how you cooked it up," Rach says. 

Check out our first round of stories (and get the recipes that inspired these home cooks) below—and come back for more from our meal bag throughout the season.

We can't have a meal bag segment without viewer submissions! For a chance to be featured on the show, submit your story and photo here.

Our first featured meal bag submission ever is from Donna, a viewer from Canada who says when she first married her husband, the only dish he'd eat was carrots and roast beef. They've been married for 51 years and after cooking up the recipes we share on the show, Donna's happy to report now that he eats most everything. "Fabulous work in the field, Donna," Rach says. We second that!  

Check out a photo of Donna's gorgeous Grilled White Pizza below: 

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Next up, Christina from Ohio supervised her 16-year-old son Andrew as he made Carbonara Bucatini (John's all-time fave!) as part of his badge for the Boy Scouts. How good does the finished dish look? 

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Then we have Adrian from Georgia, who shares that when he was laid off due to the pandemic, his wife encouraged him to spend the time creating cooking videos and sharing them online. Now, he posts videos of himself making everything from Rach's recipes to recipes of his own. Here's a photo of his take on Rach's Spicy Turkey Burgers with Barbecued Onions

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Yum! 

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