Rachael Ray Roundup

What a long week! I am so glad it is finally Friday. I am looking forward to trying out some of my new Rachael Ray cook book recipes. Oh, yeah, my Open House Cookbook arrived early! Amazon said it would not release until October 25, 2006, but I got it this week! Yippee! I spent an entire evening reading it, so I am all jazzed up about trying something new. I will give you my review of it next week. Here's the Roundup of all things Rachael Ray in the blogosphere this week. Let me know if you make a Rachael Ray recipe so I can include it!

  • My cousin Jeny will be appearing on the Rachael Ray show on October 11th! In honor of her appearance, Jeny made Cubano Pork Burgers and Sweet Orange Warm Slaw, which can be found in Get Real Meals. And how cute is Jeny's daughter?
  • Cate at Sweetnicks gave one of the recipes from Rachael Ray's new talk show a try: Pasta with Bacon, Tomatoes and Onions. The recipe created a "nice hearty pasta dish that hit the table in under 30 minutes."
  • Bloghungry offers a great picture and some good tips for Rachael's Grilled Chicken and Eggplant Parmesan, a recipe featured on her talk show.
  • Jacob at Food Network Addict makes his guess about who will win on Celebrity Jeopardy, and it ain't Rachael Ray.
  • AOL's Daily Pulse blog ran a poll about Rachael and her new show. You have to vote to see the results. When I voted they were very positive.
  • Smiley Carrie got behind on her Rachael Ray recipe posts! So, she catches up with pictures and reviews of Chicken Divan, Baked Stuffed Apples, Salmon Cakes Salad and Pasta with Broccoli and Sausage, with a Ricotta Surprise.
  • As part of her weekly recipe attempt at Food TV and Me, Jessica tried Rachael Ray's Chicken in Tarragon Cream Sauce, with White and Wild Rice with Walnuts. She gave it an 8.5 out of 10. Not bad at all!
  • Slate recycled an article by Jill Hunter
  • I forgot to include this one last week, but had to share it. Mike at TV Food Fan made fun of me (and Jessica), but only in the nicest way possible. I am glad he didn't see my frittata episode.
  • A Taste of Home highlights one of my favorite Rachael Ray recipes - her Mini Meatloaf Muffins. That way everyone gets the yummy crispy part on the outside. Brilliant! She used Rachael's method with her own meatloaf recipe.

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