Rach on Her First Car — And Bumpy First Week With a Driver's License!
Rachael was inspired to tell the story after one viewer asked her about her early driving days.
THE Best Way to Make Bacon, According to Rachael
Rachael says this is the absolute best way to make bacon (a.k.a. how to bake bacon).
When to Use Black Pepper vs White Pepper, According to Rach
Wondering how the flavor of a dish will change when using white pepper instead of black pepper? Rach breaks it down.
Rachael's Secret Ingredient to Add Flavor to Nut-Free Pesto
Rach's tips will give your nut-free pesto texture and brightness.
Rach Says You Can Make Delish Pesto Without Nuts—Here's How
Just because you have a nut allergy doesn't mean you have to avoid pesto. Rach has some tips to give nut-free pesto the most flavor.
What's the Difference Between White Pepper and Black Pepper?
Rachael breaks down the difference between white and black pepper, so you know when to use each in the kitchen.
Bay Leaves Can Spice Up Your Food, Drinks AND Home, Rach Says
Rachael explains why she loves bay leaves and how to use them in food, drinks + your home.
What Can You Use Bay Leaves For? Rachael Answers!
Rach shares what she uses bay leaves for—and spoiler alert: she doesn't only use them in food.
Rachael's Favorite Restaurants + Things To Do In The Adirondacks | Q & Ray + J
If anyone knows the Adirondacks, it's Rach. Get her Lake George restaurant recommendations + more.
How Do Rachael & John Take Their Coffee + How Much Do They Drink In a Day? | Q & Ray + J
A viewer asked Rachael and her husband John how they take their coffee, and as it turns out, their preferences are completely opposite.
What's The Difference Between Tomato Sauce + Tomato Puree? | Q & Ray + J
"There's a difference between tomato purée, tomato sauce *and* tomato passata," Rachael explains.
Can You Make Sugar-Free Simple Syrup? John Answers | Q & Ray + J
"Absolutely, one hundred bazillion percent you can," John says.
Why Does Rach Like DOP San Marzano Tomatoes For Cooking? | Q & Ray + J
"You should pay less money for domestic tomatoes. And if you're buying a nice San Marzano tomato, just make sure that it's actually from Italy," Rach says.