Rachael Ray has written over 21 cookbooks as of 2015, many of which available on her website. Her books and magazines are also available from booksellers such as Amazon or Barnes and Noble.
From the main page of Rachel Ray's website, select Shop on the top navigation bar. Press the magnifying glass at the top of the page. Type "Cookbooks" in the Search box, and press the Go button to view a list of available cookbooks.
Rachael Ray's books exemplify her passion for helping the home cook create quick, simple and nutritious meals. Originating from classes delivered to non-cooking customers at a gourmet store in New York, her "30 Minute Meals" idea generated radio programs, television shows and cookbooks. Rachel Ray has expanded that concept into a series of cookbooks, including those focused on comfort food and meals for kids and men. Her "Week in a Day" cookbook, based on the Food Network show of the same name, explains ways to create five weeknight meals on one weekend day.
Well-known for her reluctance to bake, Ray collaborated on "Bake It, Don't Fake It!: A Pastry Chef Shares Her Secrets for Impressive (and Easy) From-Scratch Desserts" with pastry chef Heather Bertinetti.
Rachel Ray spends time and resources on her philanthropic project, Yum-o, promoting a healthier relationship with cooking for families.