Rachel's Favorite Food For Living

Episode Guide


Season 1


Celebrations (#113)

Host Rachel Allen re-creates a trio of sophisticated restaurant dishes at home. Recipes: salad with ...

Pleasure Without The Guilt (#112)

Asian cuisine provides fantastic flavor without the use of fats or dairy products. Host Rachel ...

Good Fast Food (#111)

Host Rachel Allen transforms typically greasy fast food dishes into healthy, family-friendly fare. ...

Pub Food (#110)

At home, host Rachel Allen re-creates pub-food classics like leek and potato soup, chicken Kiev and ...

Afternoon Tea (#109)

Formal afternoon tea is enjoying a revival. In this episode, host Rachel Allen makes a few of her ...

Chocolate (#108)

Host Rachel Allen dedicates an entire episode to one of her favorite foods - chocolate. Later, she ...

Holiday Memories (#107)

Host Rachel Allen recreates some memorable dishes she enjoyed on vacation, including Zac's Aztec ...

Childhood Memories (#106)

The smell or taste of a particular food can evoke cherished childhood memories. At Ballymaloe ...

Fish (#105)

In this episode, host Rachel Allen cooks with a busy cook's go-to ingredient: fish. Recipes ...

Sunday Lunch (#104)

A friend invites Rachel Allen to cook a "grown-up" Sunday lunch, which includes slow-cooked ...

Soul Food (#103)

Host Rachel Allen prepares her ideal comfort foods: Italian baked pancakes, chickpea and chorizo ...

Romance (#102)

A romantic at heart, host Rachel Allen suggests some exotic dishes to cook for someone special on ...

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