Rachael Ray’s Three Vegetable Penne with Tarragon Basil Pesto | Food Network

Rachael’s Veggie Penne with Pesto is perfect for vegetarians and hearty enough for carnivores. Rachael demonstrates not only how to put the dish together, but also the proper way to cook penne pasta and how to make pesto.

Get the recipe: http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/rachael-ray/three-vegetable-penne-with-tarragon-basil-pesto-recipe.html

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21 Replies to “Rachael Ray’s Three Vegetable Penne with Tarragon Basil Pesto | Food Network”

  1. She was really pretty and HUMBLE back when she first started out. I still watch her talk show from time to time but she's almost obnoxious at times with her guests. She doesn't ever let them talk, she seems to interrupt them and talk about herself. Wish they still showed this shown..either repeats or new.

  2. bring show back 30 minute meals with racheal ray and paula deen best dishes right now on sunday throught monday tuesday wednesday thursday friday saturday put them back foodnetwork channel 60i miss both guys im thinking about my favorite chef is racheal ray and paula deen bring them back on show tv
    right now jennifer pryor

  3. I love you so much I love watching you on the tv on
    Food network omg I can't believe I am watching you
    Again because you don't really come on that much as
    You used to be on tv but you are not on that much
    Now by the way you are so beautiful I am a girl I love cooking
    Not to be mean to anyone else who likes to cook I love your cooking so

  4. I really enjoy Rachael's easy-going way in the kitchen. Not rigid. Tells people they can adjust herbs and things. Love her light-hearted attitude. She make cooking new things less intimidating. I find it funny some people object to "EVOO" and "stoup". Telling people it's OK if the soup is a little thicker or the stew is a little thinner and it's still good. TV cooks have to go from premise that there are new home cooks and new viewers every show.

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