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 shows, check out the shopping list and the recipe archive. The recipes are listed by category in the order they appear on the show.

The week begins with repeats, but ends with new shows!

Monday: Bottom-of-the-Jar Recipes. Rachael instructs us how to make her famous bottom-of-the-jar Recipes and how to cut your kids' hair yourself. Also, we get to learn some double duty household tips like "using oven cleaner in the bathtub to an iron and a paper bag to remove a carpet stain." Buffalo Chicken Chili is what's for dinner and the Snack of the Day was Johnson's Caramel Popcorn. (Repeat)

Tuesday: The O Factor. This episode includes a visit from Oprah Winfrey, a lesson on shoe styles, and the story of a woman who says that Rachael Ray saved her life. Rachael prepared Pizz-O, Jambasta, and Bobotie Bowls. Rachael and Oprah chat in the kitchen while cooking up some Pizz-O!. (Repeat)

Wednesday: Weight Loss Resolutions. Rachael introduces a viewer whose friends and family helped her lose weight. This episode also includes information on how to dress your child like the a celebrity's kid. Entourage's Debbie Mazar stops by to help Rachael make a 15-minute meal, an updated version of chicken with cream of mushroom sauce.

Thursday: Healthy Foods for 2007. Rachael has a doctor come by to talk about what we should be eating to have a healthy 2007. We also get to learn the one food that will help us lose weight and tips on the perfect haircut. I am looking forward to this - The Office's Jenna Fischer helps Rachael make 15-minute chili.

Friday: Real-Life Fashion Emergencies. Rachael shares essential information about germs and kids. Then it's time for more double-duty household items tips and how to solve some real-life fashion emergencies. Finally, "web sites that will change your life." Ummm, they didn't talk to me about that one. I nominate Everything Rachael Ray.

Updates: Be careful - this one brought tears to my eyes. If you saw the episode where Rachael reunited a Hurricane Katrina survivor with the woman who helped her have a Merry Christmas, you have to read this article. Just keep some tissue handy.

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