In 2001, Rachael Ray introduced the world to 30 Minute Meals, dinners that you could pull together and get on the table in half an hour. She didn’t come up with the concept, per se, but she definitely branded it with a super catchy name.
That was then and this is now. Yet, we still get riled up at the possibility of a meal that you can start and finish cooking during the course of one 30 minute Netflix episode. Since Rachael’s TV debut, so much of the way we cook, eat, and watch television has changed. Netflix was but a fraction of the behemoth that it is today and our lives, it seems, are only moving at increasingly rapid paces.
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