Rachael Ray Roundup

So, what are you doing this weekend? I'm doing nothing and I couldn't be happier about it. After our trip to Europe we went to a wedding in Orange County, so we are looking forward to an entire weekend of zero activity (except some cocktails with friends tonight). We were thinking about going to our local Strawberry Festival, but word on the street is that it's going to rain. The whole "April showers bring May flowers" thing is very true in Northern California. How else do we get that water that Southern California steals from us? I kid!

Here are the Rachael Ray posts from around the blogosphere. If you write a post about Rachael Ray or see one that you think would be perfect for the Roundup, please e-mail me. Have a great weekend.

  • Talk Show Ratings Update: TV Week refers to Rachael Ray's talk show as a "breakout hit." Media Life Magazine echoed this sentiment, saying that "no new shows that can be labeled hits, outside of "Rachael Ray," the new talk show."
  • Kalyn at Kalyn's Kitchen gives a plug to Rachael Ray's Dijon Asparagus. Kalyn also offers an eloquent defense of Rachael Ray, calling her "someone a lot of food snobs love to underestimate, but I credit the bubbly Ms. Ray for inspiring people with the idea that cooking at home doesn't need to be time-consuming, and this recipe is definitely a keeper." Yeah, what she said!
  • Cate at Sweetnicks tried Chocolate-Raspberry Truffle Bars from the February issue of Every Day with Rachael Ray. She says: "Simple, simple, simple, and sure to impress your guests, and better still, a perfect one to make if you're a little pressed for time."
  • Merri at Merri Musings discusses Rachael Ray's involvement in the planning of the Enterprise High School prom. The episode will air on April 30.
  • Annie of Mixed Salad Annie was inspired by Rachael's Chicken with Wild Mushroom and Balsamic Cream Sauce to make her own recipe for something similar.
  • Rachel at Rachel's Bite shared her take on the recipe for Jumbo Chocolate Chip Cookies from the April 2007 issue of Every Day with Rachael Ray. Everyone at her work raved about them.
  • Bob Sassone at Slashfood features the newest issue of Every Day with Rachael Ray.
  • The Deseret News informs us that Rachael Ray is among the chefs and foodies praising the Silver Palate Cookbook on it's 25th Anniversary.
  • Tracey at Foodie Obsessed highlights Rachael's cute idea of painting your kids' toast.
  • Office Tally shares an excerpt from Rachael Ray's magazine where Ed Helms (Andy Bernard) is interviewed about what he eats.
  • Heather at Eating for One tried a few of Rachael Ray's recipes, Turkey Taco Salad Bowls and Janet’s Chocolate Chip Coffee Cake, with great success.
  • Yumsugar has more pictures of Rachael Ray's hosting gig for the City Harvest 25th Anniversary party.

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