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.

Monday: Supernanny to the Rescue. The Supernanny, Jo Frost, gives some solutions to common mistakes made by parents. Is it wrong that I don't have kids but I love watching her show? Also, Rachael tells us some websites we need to check out (like dontdatehimgirl.com, shows us the new cars at the Detroit auto show and makes peanut butter and jelly stuffed french toast sticks.

Tuesday: Montel Williams. Montel Williams chats with Rachael about his fight against multiple sclerosis, and tell us "how you can live so you're getting the most out of every day." And now we move closer to Jerry Springer territory again, when Rachael features a viewer who uses a medium to connect with her deceased mother.

Wednesday: A Girl's Guide to Guys. We get to learn what men say when women aren't around and learn what goes on in a man's mind from Survivor's Colby Donaldson. also, answers to embarrassing beauty questions you're and Dr. Manny busts food myths.

Thursday: Felicity Huffman. Felicity Huffman shares Desperate Housewives secrets and her tips for finding a better boyfriend. Rachael also discusses whether there is a cure for cellulite and provides a recipe for a savory treat.

Friday: Super Bowl Food with Jerry Rice. In a Super Bowl themed episode, Rachael prepares an entire Super Bowl spread menu. Carmen Electra stops by to share "her tips for looking good in the nude" and Rachael gives us a recipe for twist on classic pepperoni pizza.

Updates: Did you see the woman who won a mattress? Her local paper wrote and article about her here. Here are more details on one of the 50 Hottest Bachelors that Rachael featured (Mr. Delaware).

2 comments:

  1. My No. 1 tip for looking good in the nude: dim lighting.

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