Who is Blogging About Rachael Ray This Week?

It is time for the weekly roundup of blogs discussing Rachael Ray recipes and news. There are some outstanding ones offering Rachael Ray recipes this week that are not only well-written, but that have some great accompanying pictures. If you have a recipe you tried, please share in the comments. Happy reading!

  • Nicole Weston over at Slashfood made a Rachael Ray inspired Thai chicken recipe, based on this Rachael Ray recipe for Thai Chicken Wrap with Spicy Peanut Sauce. Her adaptation "tasted great" and certainly sounds appealing. She also provides some great suggestions for preparation of the meal.
  • Your Faithful Blogger made Rachael Ray’s croque madame and “[i]t was absolutely delicious . . . .” He was surprised that he was able to only eat just one.
  • Cate at Sweetnicks: Cate’s Mom made Pasta with Broccoli and Sausage and a Ricotta Surprise. Everyone loved it, just like I did. According to Cate, it “was light and delicious.”
  • What We're Eating is running a poll about attitudes towards Rachael Ray. Let's just say that with 31 votes in, Rachael is not doing so well.
  • The Kitchen Picasso returns to the Friday roundup with a Rachael Ray recipe for Chicken Parmigiano that, according to her family, "is the best chicken parmigiano they've ever eaten!"
  • Shell made a list of many of Rachael Ray's burgers. Rachael is the self-proclaimed Queen of Burgers, after all.
  • Rated Top Ten notes that Every Day with Rachael Ray is listed at number 2 on the Amazon magazine subscription bestsellers list and mentions that a magazine subscription is a great gift idea for Father's Day.
  • Volterra made Lemon Chicken Sandwich with Arugula and Pear Salad and had this to say about it: "OMG!! TOO FREAKIN' Die for!!! (This is #37 in the Rachael Ray cookbook.) Heaven, absolute heaven and I made it in 40 minutes. It would've been 30 had I not skipped a paragraph and forgot to get the chicken started while I made the salad."
  • Audrey Jenkins proudly proclaims: "Rachael Ray is my Martha." Mine too.
  • Melissa at Reflections tried Rosemary Orange Pork Chops from 365: No Repeats and said that the recipe provided "[r]eally good flavors for late spring!"

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