Rachael Ray Roundup

Here we are - it's Friday again. Tomorrow will be an exciting day - I am attending a Sacramento Area Food Bloggers Potluck hosted by Garrett of Vanilla Garlic. I will give a full report next week on all the yummy food I eat. And, after much internal debate, I think I decided to bring Rachael's Pesto Torta. It's a go-to appetizer for me that people seem to like but I just can't decide. Wish me luck.

  • Jacob at Food Network Addict jumps to Rachael Ray's defense after an aggressive article about her (and others) was published. He also provides proof that a star should never stray far from her publicist, or pictures like these get published.
  • Erin at Erin Cooks made one my favorites: Chicken Curry. Love those pictures and what a great blog design you have, Erin!
  • Manna offers tips for Rachael's Broccoli Rabe with Lemon and Garlic.
  • The Home Cook at A Taste of Home tried another one of my favorites (also a classic Make Your Own Take Out meal), Sesame Noodles and Thai Chicken Wraps. She didn't love the sesame noodles, but I could eat them every night!
  • Jessica at Food TV and Me asks if Rachael Ray is an icon of sexy.
  • Nicole Weston at Slashfood does a little comparative analysis of Rachael Ray and Gordon Ramsay.
  • Mike at TV Food Fan considers whether picking on Rachael Ray is the hip thing to do these days. (I vote that it shouldn't be!).
  • Patti at Adventures in Food and Wine tried Rachael Ray's Devilish Sloppy Chicken. Very appropriate for Halloween!
  • Deloris at Click is on board with Rachael Ray recipes! She made Strip Steaks with Blue Cheese Spaghetti. Sounds like when I started making Rachael's recipes - it just starts with one and then you're addicted.
  • Bob Sassone at TV Squad has a great idea - have Rachael and Martha appear on each other's shows. They could put that on pay per view!

7 comments:

  1. Here's another one, Carla at Four Foodies tried Rachael's Spaghetti and Meatball Stoup and would definitely make it again.

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  2. I hope you guys take pictures!! Have fun! :)

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  3. I will do my best to remember my camera - I am horrible at remembering to take pictures.

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  4. I made those cold sesame noodles awhile ago and despite the fact that I used rancid sesame oil that later made me sick, the noodles were a lot better that time then they were this time. I hate to blame my husband, but I think he put in waaay too much sesame oil. It completely overpowered the dish.

    I'm planning to make them again soon, only this time I'll do the cooking. :)

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  5. Home Cook - When I make them I usually bump up the hot sauce, too. Unless I am making them for a group, then I cut it in half. Those noodles travel well, too. I took them camping and they were a hit.

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  6. I got hooked on Rachael. Now I'm on the lookout for more yummy recipes.

    Thanks for the shout out. :)

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  7. You are welcome, Deloris! I hope you keep trying them.

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