Make-Ahead Cassseroles
Getting Ahead of the Week

Get a Jump-Start on Dinner Planning

Let Rachael help guide you through a week's worth of recipes. Start with this satisfying chicken enchilada casserole.

Rachael's Make-Ahead Plan

Try Rachael's freezer-ready dishes to help you plan big family meals in advance.

Kids Cook-Off

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  • Celebrate one of the world's great comfort foods with a week's worth of satisfying soups and stews. Potted Beef and Mushroom; Ribollita -- Vegetable, Bean and Stale Bread Soup; Kielbasa, Potato and Cabbage Soup; Roasted Eggplant and Tomato Soup; Sloppy Lous.

  • A week for all the soup lovers out there: Rach shares more of her favorite soups and stews. Pork and Ancho Stew; Chicken Stew With Carrots and Leeks; Vegetable Soup With Mixed Greens; Ham, Bean and Bacon Soup With Sauerkraut; Spanish Meatballs With Beans and Greens

  • Rachael Ray has two versatile mini-recipes that you can roll over into five full-fledged suppers. The first rollover recipe is Buttermilk Ranch Brined Turkey, which Rachael uses in three of the five meals: Dish one is Turkey and Corn Chowder With Bacon and Chipotle, dish two is Pilgrim Casserole layered with Thanksgiving favorites and dish three is Turkey and Poblano Red Eye Stew. The other rollover is a Beef and Tomato Base, which is the foundation for dish four, Beef Picadillo, and dish five, a Beef, Bacon and Onion Sauce With Bucatini.

  • Load up with five mouthwatering stews and sauces -- everything from barbecue to a killer curry -- in one day. Mustard and Brown Sugar BBQ Beef Sandwiches with Celery Slaw; Genovese Red Sauce; Hot and Sweet Pepper Curry Sauce; Drunken Chicken; Bonnie's Italian Stew

  • Join Rachael Ray as she makes five make-ahead meals in one day — and the best part is that they each cook up in 30 minutes or less! First up is a Sausage Ragu With Pappardelle, then for dish two, how about a nice bowl of homemade Mushroom Soup With Marsala, served over a round of fried toast and grated Parmigiano-Reggiano? Dish three is Zucchini Potato and Fennel Stew, dish four is Chicken Thighs in Mild Red Curry, and for dish five, it's Turkey and Chorizo Chili, topped with crushed corn chips.

  • More Upcoming Episodes

  • The only thing better than a meal that saves time is a meal that saves money, and Rachael Ray is here to show you a week's worth of meals that do both! It's five budget-friendly dishes that you can make in a single day! Dish one is Parsnip and Potato Soup, dish two is Baked Beans and Knockwurst. For dish three, it's Bean Ragu With Linguini, dish four is a killer Chicken and Green Bean Soup With Tarragon and dish five is Croque Monsieur Pie, a bubbly cheesy casserole you don't want to miss!

About the Host

Rachael's always on the go with her hit shows: 30 Minute Meals, Week in a Day, 3 in the Bag and Rachael Ray's Kids Cook-Off.

About the Show

If you've ever wished there was 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.

More About Rachael Ray's Week in a Day

If you've ever wished there was 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.

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