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.

There are some repeats this week, so if you're behind, it's your chance to catch up!

Monday: How to Do Anything. This is a self-empowerment episode. We will learn about age-defying foods, how to walk in high heels, how to keep kids safe on the Internet and how to teach your kids about money. We also get to meet the winner of Rachael's nationwide hunt for the best burger recipe and Rachael shares a recipe for veal gorgonzola burgers.

Tuesday: Empty-Nest Mom. Rachael helps an empty nester single mom get back into the social scene. She also plays a new game with food called "Real or Not So Real?" This episode also includes home remedies for first aid and "the perfect meal for a girls night in." the meal includes healthy tostadas and fabulous gazpachos.

Wednesday: Marcia Cross (repeat). Desperate Housewives star Marcia Cross talks about pregnancy and Rachael takes a look at "brutally honest dating" to help determine what you should and should not share on a first date. Since this episode originally aired near Thanksgiving, Rachael shares recipes for Pecan Pesto Roasted Turkey Breasts, Green Beans with Caramelized Shallots, Corn Muffin Stuffing, and Five-Layer Turkey Dip.

Thursday: Toddler 911 (repeat). Dr. Ari helps with common toddler parenting problems and Rachael tells the story of a deaf girl and her teacher who are parting ways. This episode also includes an ER set crash with John Stamos and a MYOTO (Make Your Own Take Out) recipe that kids will like. Orange Cashew Chicken Stir-Fry and Stuffed Apples are what's for dinner.

Friday: How Safe Is Your Home? Rachael shares tips to make your home safe from burglars. A woman uses a spot on Rachael's show to reveal to her husband that they're pregnant and the show's resident home designer shares creative ways for displaying meaningful things in your home.

Updates: Check out a behind-the-scenes viewpoint on the kitchen makeover done for America's Worst Kitchen in this article about the contractor who did the job.

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