“Where are the hot peppers? I thought you had hot peppers in here!” says Rachael Ray, while filming an upcoming episode of 30 Minute Meals in Williamsburg, Brooklyn earlier this year. One of the show’s culinary crew members comes running. “I think they’re on the door,” he yells. They are. Ray didn’t know exactly where the peppers were because, well, she didn’t put them there—but this is about the extent of things that happen on set without her knowledge. Ray is involved in every detail of the reboot of the Food Network show, which is airing one new episode every day in April. She writes every recipe weeks in advance, most of the time late at night with a Law & Order marathon on in the background for company. “I read through the recipe again when I get to set just to refresh,” she tells PEOPLE for this week’s issue, on newsstands Friday. “Then I just say it aloud so [the cameramen] know where I’m going.” Image zoom food network There’s a timer running as they film so to be sure they stay true to the beloved show’s name. On this particular day, while Ray makes her husband John Cusimano‘s… Read full this story
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