Rachael Ray Roundup

It seems like all the out of control Rachael Ray buzz has reduced to a normal Rachael Ray buzz. This week I was finally able to go back into the Everything Rachael Ray post archive and post some things that I have had sitting there forever.

We all have to think happy thoughts for Mike at TV Food Fan because he's getting married this weekend!

My plans this weekend aren't quite as exciting: the holiday parties start for me, so wish me luck! If you have a post about Rachael Ray, make sure to email me at everythingrachaelray at gmail dot com so I can include it in the Roundup. Happy Friday!

  • Talk Show Ratings Update: Rachael gained in the ratings to go up to a 2.1. In the last month, she has picked up 12 percent, according to Broadcasting and Cable.
  • Celebrity Dog Watcher points out there is a gallery devoted to Rachael Ray's dog Isaboo on the Rachael Ray show website.
  • We Hella Heart NYC offers an inside look at a Rachael Ray book signing and Q&A session. Some of the tidbits of information: "her TV show currently has 44,000 on its waiting list and on her $40 A Day show, when she talks about the ambiance and people more than the food, the food sucks."
  • Eating Well on Dialysis tried Tuscan-Style Grilled Tuna Steaks and Maple Mustard Pork Chops with Grilled Apples with great results.
  • Cate at Sweetnicks recommends a few Rachael Ray cookbooks for your holiday buying pleasure.
  • Stephen Colbert won Media Person of the Year, with Rachael Ray coming in second. "Following Colbert, the figures earning the most votes for 2006 Media Person of the Year were, in order: Rachael Ray, Chad Hurley, Dean Baquet, and Arianna Huffington."
  • Carla at Four Foodies was very productive this week! She tried Moo Shu Stoup, but she wasn't wowed by it. Carla threw a Christmas party and shared Crimini Mushroom Spread, Crudite with Roasted Red Pepper Hummus, Spinach Artichoke Dip and Peppermint Meringue Kisses. She also tried one of my favorites, Chicken and Sweet Potato Curry in a Hurry, although Carla prefers Thai curries to the Indian style one used for this recipe. It's funny to see how different mine looks!
  • The folks at Splash News are not Rachael Ray fans, but they have more pictures of her on Sesame Street.
  • Jacob at Food Network Addict took those Sesame Street pictures and worked his usual magic on them. He also chided Trent of Pink is the New Blog (a daily read for me) for not spelling Rachael's name right (again)!
  • The Peach Pit recommends Rachael's Salsa Soup and Quesadillas for those who like spicy food. Sounds like I might need to try it then.

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