This Week on Rachael Ray's Talk Show

Here are the highlights from Rachael Ray's talk show this week:

Monday: Two stars from the Sopranos, Steven Schirippa and Vince Curatola, have a contest to decide who makes the best pasta sauce. Rachael also offers double-duty decorating tips and features "Midge the crime-fighting dog."

Tuesday: This one sounds like fun. Rachael has a mystery guest - meaning she doesn't even know who the guest is - to come taste some recipes. She also offers tips for cheap table decorations. The only clue is that the mystery guest is an Oscar winner. Rachael also gets a little boy to try liver. I don't think I would try liver even if Rachael asked me to.

Wednesday: Scott Wolf, formerly of Party of Five and now of The Nine, visits Rachael. She also provides recipes for no-mayo potato salad and tuna salad and interviews "a 50-year-old who's getting married ... to herself." I love that she doesn't like mayo, just like me!

Thursday: Rachael learns all about Broadway with comedian Martin Short and discusses which type of dog is good for certain families. There will also be another installment of Potluck Thursday, where the audience decides which recipe Rachael will make.

Friday: Two Law & Order stars visit Rachael and she offers makeup tips and a recipe for a salmon dish.

Happy watching!


  1. I thought that the Rachael Ray show wasn't supposed to be celebrity driven. It seems that every day this week she has a celebrity on it.

  2. Did you see that Jeny's episode is postponed. No new date is set, yet. Uncle Stephen

  3. Yeah, I don't think anyone could get me to eat liver- not even Rachael herself! Gross! LOL!

  4. Do you actually like watching the episiode's without celebrities?

  5. I am bummed that Jeny's is postponed, but I will keep an eye out for it.

    So far I like the mix of celebrity and non-celebrity shows. I think she is striking a good balance between the two.

  6. I have to admit that I like the episodes with celebrities a lot more!

  7. See - she is making Jacki happy! And you were awesome on the Rachael Ray show, by the way! You looked very comfortable on camera.

  8. Thanks, Madeline. :)

    I've always been uncomfortable watching or hearing recordings of myself. (Like most people, I think!)

  9. I certainly feel that way Jacki. I can't listen to my voice at all!


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