This Week on Rachael Ray's Talk Show

Here are the highlights from Rachael Ray's talk show this week. For the recipes from this week's show, check out the shopping list and the recipe archive. The recipes are listed by category in the order they appear on the show.

Monday: Dancing with the Stars champion Emmitt Smith stops by and discusses his tips for avoiding a wardrobe malfunction. His partner Cheryl is also there to show off some moves with him. You can also hear about Rachael’s ultimate gift-giving guide and holiday fashion.

Tuesday: Rachael gives us the top 10 secrets to a stress-free trip. The stars of TLC's Little People, Big World stop by for tips on how to feed four hungry kids who are all on different schedules. We also hear from the Chenbot (that's Julie Chen for you non-Big Brother watchers), who visits Rachael and shares the one beauty item that she won’t leave home without. It's also a big day for Rachael because she will get a certificate honoring the addition of EVOO to the dictionary.

Wednesday: Another star visits on Wednesday - Gloria Estefan. She helps Rachael make a Cuban feast. She also shares her four must-have items. Today's show also includes how to avoid being a problem parent. You can also learn how to fix dishes if you mess them up (it's like she's talking to me sometimes....). Finally, we get to learn all the random things that can be done with plastic baggies.

Thursday: Rachael introduces us to a family that survived Hurricane Katrina and will get to meet people who gave up Christmas in order to help them. Rachael also offers trips for holiday travel and one of my TV crushes, Amazing Race host Phil Keoghan, provides some great packing trips. Today's recipe is "a fancy fake-out that’s easy on the wallet!"

Friday: Rachael winds up the week with yet another celebrity visit. Wynonna Judd visits, Jenny McCarthy provides inside scoop on the TomKat wedding, and NYC Mayor Bloomberg lights Rachael's Christmas tree (literally, not figuratively). We also get to learn about this year's hottest toys and where to find them.

Updates: If you were moved by the story of the deaf girl and her teacher, check out this story from their local newspaper.

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