Who is Blogging About Rachael Ray This Week?

Another week and a whole bunch of blogging about Rachael Ray! What follows is a compilation of posts discussing Rachael Ray recipes, news, and what not. If you made a RR recipe, tell us about it in the comments. And if you make one next week and blog about it, email me the link to your post and I will include it in the Friday roundup. Thanks and happy cooking!

  • Juliette Rossant at superchefblog discusses Rachael's inclusion on the Forbes 100 list. I would add that Rachael says that she is not a chef.
  • Food Network Junkie offers a critique of BLT and P (Bacon, Leek, Tomato and Potato) Soup. She gave it four stars for taste, 5 for nutritional value, and 3 for ease of preparation and also had her first Rachael Ray post.
  • Jennifer at Fallen Souffle made Rachael's Croque Madames and said it was "a wonderful light dinner."
  • Martha at Martha Cooks tried Spaghetti alla Ceci from Express Lane Meals. The verdict: "Kind of spicy hot even though I only put in half of the red pepper in the recipe. It had good flavor and the chickpeas gave the sauce texture." Love the template for her site, don't you?
  • Rachael Ray was lucky enough to be featured in Sweetnick's Weekend Dog Blogging Post! Cate's mom is becoming a fixture in the Friday Rachael Ray roundup - this week she made Rachael Ray's Mini Italian Mud Pies and they were a hit.
  • Kathy at An Arizona Cheesehead's Thoughts made Rachael Ray's Chicken Picatta Pasta Toss and found that it was good stuff, but could not be made in 30 minutes. She thought 45 would be more realistic.
  • DCist: clearly not a Rachael Ray or Bobby Flay fan. Ouch.
  • Marsha James at Bookadoodle reviewed 365: No Repeats and concluded that: "With so many delicious entrees to choose from you’ll never have an excuse for being in a cooking rut again. "
  • J.B. Rowell from Mom and Apple Pie (a poetry blog) made Balsamic Chicken with White Beans and Wilted Spinach. "Next time: less onion and less wilting of the spinach. "

5 comments:

  1. Thanks for including MAAP - the chicken dish is still our favorite so far - although the bacon bit burgers were delish too. I noticed the same thing about when red pepper is called for - don't put all in unless you like things HOT! I'm putting about a 1/4 of the red pepper called for from now on since we're cooking for kids.

    Thanks, J.B.

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  2. You are welcome, J.B. Thanks for the tips, too. They are very much appreciated!

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  3. I absolutely love Rachael Ray's recipes... we've tried so many!!!

    - Chicken Satay Stirfry: http://www.foodnetwork.com/food/recipes/recipe/0,1977,FOOD_9936_25800,00.html

    - Chicken Greek-a-Tika Salad http://www.foodnetwork.com/food/recipes/recipe/0,1977,FOOD_9936_29861,00.html (ONE OF MY FAVS!)

    - Pasta with broccoli & sausage (feat. on your blog a while ago)

    - Inside out bacon cheese burgers http://www.foodnetwork.com/food/recipes/recipe/0,1977,FOOD_9936_23850,00.html

    I'm a huge fan of hers!!!

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  4. Hey Carrie! Thanks for sharing those. I have never even heard of the stir fry, but the recipe looks great. And that greek salad is a fav of my husband's too. I hate olives and cucumbers, so a greek salad is kinda wasted on me (I just add extra feta to mine!).

    Maybe I will try those burgers for my next bbq....Thanks for the great ideas!

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  5. I am always blogging about Rachael Ray!

    http://rachel-ray-info.blogspot.com

    On Rachael Ray Every Day!

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