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Behind the Scenes: Life at the Magazine

Putting together a magazine is hard work, but we try to keep it fun! Check out our board for an inside look behind the scenes!

Hey, Arrested Development TV fans! Look what popped up in the middle of NYC today: the Bluths famous frozen banana stand!

Stumbled upon a neighborhood street fair. Grilled corn, anyone? #newyork

Behind the Scenes: We were privy to a lovely visit from the fine folks of Tito’s Vodka today! Longtime fans of the drink, we’re now even more impressed after learning about the company’s history. Started by geologist-turned-distiller Tito Beveridge and based in Austin, Texas, the company grew out of one man’s love for vodka—and an entrepreneurial determination to make the very best. Thanks, Tito! —Alexa Weibel, Associate Food Editor

Can you guess what this story in our March 2013 issue is about? Come behind the scenes with us every day and follow us on Instagram: @RachaelRayMag

Flowers on set at a photo shoot. Follow us on Instagram: @RachaelRayMag

The lovely ladies of Every Day with Rachael Ray chatting with New York University Publishing students at our New York Office. (Left to right) Publisher, Christine Guilfoyle, Creative Director, Jill Armus, Editor-in-Chief, Lauren Purcell and Executive Editor, Dana Bowen.

We think it’s safe to assume Food Editor, Stacy Adimando, is a cookbook lover!

Oh haaayyyyy, new Pringles flavors. How you doin’?!

So many delicious desserts to choose from at Daniel Boulud’s Epicerie Boulud! What would you pick?

Food philosophy at Hearth Restaurant in New York, NY (photo by @Judi Pena)

We love to travel! Assistant to the Editor-in-Chief, @Judi Pena, snapped this photo Muir Woods National Monument in California.

Creative Director, Jill Armus, and Editor-in-Chief, Lauren Purcell are back in action!  Follow us on Instagram: @RachaelRaymag

Lifestyle Intern, Grace Beehler, wasn’t sure if she would lose power and made a week’s worth of chili. We think it looks pretty good, what about you?

Butter Lover: I was surprised by how different the butters were in color, smell and flavor when tasted side by side without any(!) bread. --Judith Pena

Coriander Old Fashioned from New York City’s Booker and Dax Bar at City Harvest’s Bid Against Hunger Fundraiser.

From City Harvest’s “Bid Against Hunger” fundraiser: Clockwise, from top left: the inimitable Missy Robbins with fellow staffer Judi Pena; chef Eric Ripert onstage, auctioning off his cooking skills; me with Every Day with Rachael Ray contributor, chef Seamus Mullen; and a bright crab salad from Ed’s Chowder House --@Lex Weibel