Rachael Ray Roundup

I'm back! Thanks again to my friend Kate who was nice enough to volunteer to publish my posts while I was in Mexico. Maybe now she will be inspired to start her own blog! Here are the Rachael Ray posts from the blogosphere for the week that I was on a beach in Ixtapa, Mexico. Sorry, I swear I will stop rubbing it in eventually.


  • Bob Sassone at Slashfood recommends a Thanksgiving green beans recipe from Every Day with Rachael Ray. Sounds like a good year-round recipe to me.
  • If you missed Marcia Cross' appearance on Rachael Ray's talk show, check out this summary of the appearance over at the Celebrity Baby Blog.
  • Ali at Something So Clever tried Bourbon Mint Iced Tea as her drink of choice for Thanksgiving. Despite not loving bourbon, she says it was a keeper.
  • Cate at Sweetnicks included Rachael Ray recipes in her Thanksgiving feast.
  • Wendy Bell probably won't be getting another interview with Rachael Ray. What did she expect? That they'd be besties or something? Plus, I hope someone wouldn't make sweeping conclusions about me after only talking to me for two minutes. Sigh.
  • LaShawn at A Frazzled Mom credits Rachael Ray with reigniting her love of cooking.
  • Wow, this looks good. The Home Cook at Taste of Home tried Lemon-Chicken Schnitzel with Roasted Potatoes from Every Day with Rachael Ray. Makes me anxious to open up my new issue, which is patiently waiting for me! She also tried Tuscan Cacciatore Risotto, which was tasty.
  • The Hot Plate, a blog run by the French Culinary Institute in New York City, honored four alumni recently. Maile Carpenter, the Executive Editor of Every Day with Rachel Ray, was given an award for Professional Achievement.
  • Jacob at Food Network Addict applies his creative skills to compare Oprah and Rachael Ray. I completely agree that Rachael has calmed down a bunch since her first show. She even mentioned it on a recent episode - that she talked so much that Diane Sawyer couldn't get a word in! He also has some pictures of Rachael out on the town.
  • Linda Gassenheimer of the Miami Herald talked with Rachael Ray about Thanksgiving leftovers recipes and came up with a turkey hash recipe that sounds good enough for any time of year.
  • I am soooo a member of this club, along with Rachael Ray.
  • Jeopardy Master Ken Jennings has a bone to pick with Nabisco's blurb for the Rachael Ray campaign. I hope he doesn't check my punctuation.

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