Rachael Ray Roundup

Rachael is still everywhere this week, including the blogosphere, so here's your list where to find it all. Well, okay, just some of it. Because there were lots of little Rachael Ray news stories this week, I also included a few of those, too. Happy Friday and have a great weekend!

  • Mike at TV Food Fan informs us that Rachael will be on Celebrity Jeopardy. Other stars appearing include Regis Philbin, James Denton, Jane Kaczmarek, Christpher Meloni, Neil Patrick Harris, Martin Short, Curt Schilling, Nancy Grace, Isaac Mizrahi and Drew Lachey.
  • According to Google, Rachael Ray is number 9 on the list of top searches for the week ending on September 25.
  • Juliette Rossant of Super Chef Blog discusses this week's cage match: Cat Cora v. Rachael Ray. And a few of Cat's new FHM pictures are there, too!
  • Crystal and Ryan at Cafe Cyan were inspired by Rachael Ray's talk show to try a recipe shown there: Ravioli Lasanga. Looks good!
  • The Chef Report discusses Rachael Ray's partnership with Epic Records. (Thanks for the tip, Rhonda!).
  • Kathy Cano Murillo, a reporter for the Arizona Republic, offers some details from her interview with Rachael that did not make it into the newspaper.
  • A new celebrity gossip blog, Glitter and Gossip, informs us that Rachael Ray is second on the list of most trusted celebrities, behind Tom Hanks and before (gasp) Oprah!
  • Looking for a job? According to the New York City Writer's Group, Every Day with Rachael Ray is hiring writers.
  • Local Wine Events informs us that the wine columnist for Every Day with Rachael Ray and author Mark Oldman, will lead a wine tasting club through "a tasting of exciting wines that will be sure to make you the life of any party." Tickets are $65 per person.
  • Outblush features Every Day with Rachael Ray as a must-have magazine: "Rachael's warm, outgoing personality reaches out through the pages, making this one magazine you won't want to put down."
  • Catherine Ipcizade at families.com offers "3 Chicken Recipes YOU Can Make!", all of which are inspired by the ones featured on Rachael Ray.
  • Eating Well on Dialysis offers an adaptation of Rachael Ray's Cauliflower Soup. Sounds perfect for Fall.
  • Andrea loved Rachael's recipe for Lemony Salmon Fillets with Asparagus, Sweet Beet Sauce and Lemon-Thyme Rice from Express Lane Meals. With a title that long, the recipe has to be good.

4 comments:

  1. Wow, TOO funny Madeline!! Thanks for the link to my blog, lol.. We just LOVE Rachael Ray! :)

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  2. Are you in love with Ray Ray? I have a secret crush on her!

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  3. Andrea - you are welcome! It is fun for me to see what other people think about RR, too!

    Team - ummm, I love Rachael's recipes and I love her cookbooks, but I don't think I love her the same way you do!

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  4. Wow, I just wrote an article about RR in my blog today. I think she is amazing. Would you care to read and comment on it please?

    http://funnfud.blogspot.com/2007/08/rachel-ray-legend-or-hype.html

    Thanks,

    -Mansi
    http://funnfud.blogspot.com

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