Who Is Blogging About Rachael Ray This Week?

Here is Everything Rachael Ray's roundup of who is blogging about RR recipes and news this week. If you made an RR recipe and want to share, please leave a comment! In the future, if you would like to be included on this list, please email me at everythingrachaelray at gmail dot com and I will include it! Enjoy.

  • Colleen at the Cookbook Critic tried Cream of Mushroom Egg Noodle Fake-Bake, Hold the Canned Soup from Food Network Favorites. The blog entry spends more time nitpicking at Rachael than actually discussing the recipe, but Colleen gave it a grudging approval: “The end result is worth the effort; the flavors are excellent.” Check out the main page at The Cookbook Critic for more reviews of Rachael’s recipes from Food Network Favorites.
  • Sandy Thebeau at Beyond Barbecue reviews 30 Minute Meals 2 (which was published in 2003) and concludes that “All ages and levels of experience will find a meal in these pages that would impress even Mom.”
  • Dianne at Dianne Rambling On prepared a Rachael Ray recipe from memory and loved the results. I can’t even remember what I did this morning and she can prepare smashed potatoes from memory? Sigh.
  • Laura at Laura Rebecca's Kitchen made New and Improved New England Crabby Melts from Every Day with Rachael Ray. She expected something else, but still liked what she got and rated it a B+ (she said it would have been higher if she “hadn't had that standard seafood salad taste in [her] head before eating.”).
  • Valgal expresses her approval of Rachael’s listing on the Time 100 List. Gotta say I agree for the same reasons.
  • Solitary Rose tried a recipe I was excited about, Canadian Benny’s (Eggs Benedict) from Express Lane Meals, but it turned out way to greasy and fatty with too much butter and cream. Maybe I will try it but with less of those ingredients.
  • Erika at Tummy Treasure tried the Chicken Tikka from Rachael Ray's 30-Minute Meals 2. She put her own spin on the recipe by threading the chicken onto sticks and "it was REALLY good."

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