Rachael Ray Roundup

Don't miss me when I'm gone! Posting might be sporadic after this week's Rachael Ray Roundup as I am venturing East to the lovely states of Ohio and Pennsylvania for a road trip/family wedding. If you have any great restaurant or sightseeing trips for me in Cleveland or Pittsburgh, send me an email or post them in the comments. I am pretty sure that most of our hotels have internet access, but whether or not I actually use it after wandering around all day is an entirely different matter. So, I hope you won't miss me too much....

  • Alicat at Something So Clever made Rachael's lovely PB&J cookies and took some very appetizing pictures of them. The pictures look so good I might have to go home and make them RIGHT NOW!
  • Jaay Dunlap at Sugar Savvy was inspired by a 30-Minute Meals show to make Choco-covered Banana Pops. How good do those look?
  • I missed this one last week (darn Technorati), but it had to be mentioned. Shannon at Phat Mommy made one of her favorites, Meatloaf Patties and Smashed Potatoes with Smoky Gravy. Mmmmmm.
  • From a very new blog focusing on the Food Network, Jessica at Food TV and Me lets us know that Rachael Ray's garbage bowls can be found on eBay, but they will cost you dearly.
  • Smiley Carrie took on the challenge of trying as many Rachael Ray recipes as she could in one week. She made a whole bunch of very healthy RR recipes: Thai Chicken Wrap with Spicy Peanut Sauce, Pan Seared Salmon with Citrus Vinegar Glaze and Green Beans, and Barbecued Salmon with Grilled Romaine and Citrus Vinaigrette.
  • A San Diego insider, FireFlyFiftyFive at My Very Own Eating San Diego Blog discusses Rachael's recently aired Tasty Travels episode featuring San Diego.
  • It's okay Kate. You are not alone.
  • Pieohmy over at Pie is the New Toast offers her insider's perspective on Rachael Ray's Tasty Travels and $40 a Day picks in Monterey and along California's Central Coast.
  • A Rachael Ray special inspired the title of this blog: The Cupcake Tent. Is there a Rachael Ray special that I missed? The horror!
  • Rachael's recipe for Chicken Cacciatore subs (which are a favorite in our house, too) were so good that they had to be shared at Pensieve.

7 comments:

  1. I really enjoy that Rayray block party episode. They replayed it a few weeks back. It is so cutesy. :)

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  2. I have to say, I've learned a lot from Rachael, and I am an avid viewer. Yes, she may grate on the nerves, but honestly, you can't deny that she has star power and great tips for the kitchen.

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  3. aww my article made the round up. Yaay!

    I'll be posting a write up on my personal blog of a recipe I tried from this month's magazine issue, looks like I'm doing my fair share of Rachael Ray recipes =)

    Jaay

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  4. hey there! wanted to let you know about my relatively new blog, as well:

    http://foodnetworkaddict.blogspot.com

    i just posted something about rachael. Thanks!

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  5. Alicat - Darn it! I can't believe I missed an RR special! I am going to have to tell my TiVo that he let me down. (Yes, my TiVo is a boy.)

    Pieohmy - She taught me how to cook - so I am forever indebted to her!

    Jaay - I will keep a lookout for the future RR recipe posts. Those are my favorites for the roundup.

    Jrs - thanks, I will definitely check your new site out.

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  6. Rachel you were in ohio i did not know , i would loved to have seen you. i live in PATASKALA OHIO OUT SIDE OF COLUMBUS OHIO. NUT CRACKER SWEETS IS NICE TO EAT AT , THEY HAVE OLD CARS THERE ALOT ALSO . WE LOVE YOU RACHEL . I WILL WATCH YOUR NEW SHOW ALSO . BARBARA SAMSAL

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  7. Barbara - thanks for your Ohio tips, but I am not Rachael. I hope you keep coming by Everything Rachael Ray for updates on what she is doing and for recipes!

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