Rachael Ray Roundup

So last weekend I said I wasn't going to do anything and I ended up being a busy little bee the entire weekend. I really mean it this time. Me. PJs. Couch. That's it. Well, and I might do some blogging. And some cooking. Let's be reasonable, huh?

We have no more travel plans until June (when we'll be going to Vegas, baby) and I am sooo looking forward to doing some spring cleaning and trying out some new recipes. So wish me luck for doing nothing. I obviously need it.

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: Broadcasting and Cable says that Rachael Ray's talk show ratings followed the upward trend for talk shows this week. She was up 5% to a 2.0 rating.
  • The Girl Scouts have video of Rachael Ray helping some girl scouts getting a cooking badge.
  • Mrbunsrocks at The Daily Struggles of the Domestic UnGoddess adapted Rachael Ray's recipe or Chicken Marvalasala and Pappardelle with Rosemary Gravy with good results.
  • Jacob at Food Network Addict compares Rachael's old style and her new style.
  • Adam at Men in Aprons discusses Santoku knives, including Rachael Ray's.
  • Cate at Sweetnicks tried "a new recipe from Rachael Ray, Peas Pullao, from the May 2007 issue of her magazine." Cate calls it "[s]imple to make and pretty darn flavorful to boot...."
  • Angela M. at Shelterrific gave Rachael's Pea-sto Pasta a try and says: "despite the goofy name, it’s really amazing and so simple."
  • Rachael Ray is among those being considered for inclusion on Time's 100 Most Influential People list. Go vote for her!
  • Jamie Leigh tried Smoky Sweet Potato Chicken Stoup with Roasted Poblano Quesadillas from Rachael's Food Network show, 30-Minute Meals. You can see Rachael make this meal when the episode re-airs on Saturday.
  • Idgie at Idgie's Front Porch offers tips on how to carry out Rachael's $40 a Day concept with a Southern spin.

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