This Week on Rachael Ray's Talk Show

Here are the highlights and recipes 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: Celebrity Incognito. Rachael's audience today includes a major celebrity in disguise and the audience has to guess his or her identity. Kristan Cunningham helps us with our spring cleaning. A Grilled Meatball Caesar Salad is what's for dinner.

Tuesday: Size 0 Horror Stories. Rachael and her guests discuss dieting obsessions. Debbie Matenopoulos and a former model discuss their own diet nightmare stories. Magician Justin Kredible is back, this time on the orange carpet of the Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards. I heard he was the hit of the event, so it will be fun to seeing him tricking celebrities. Plus, Rachael's theme song is creating strife for one family. For dinner, Rachael makes Sea Bass with Herb Butter.

Wednesday: Dancing with Laila Ali. Dancing with the Stars' Laila Ali teaches Rachael a few moves then they make a figure friendly sandwich. Jeffrey Dean Morgan visits the show again, this time giving some behind the scenes info on the show. Colby Donaldson share three things to need to know to get a deal when you buy a car.

Thursday: To Spy or Not to Spy. A private investigator visits to share gadgets to help you spy on, I mean keep track of, your kids. Rhea Perlman serves up the snack of the day and she helps Rachael make a spicy dinner for Potluck Thursday. This episode also features beauty secrets from around the world.

Friday: Getting Real with Lauren Conrad. The Hills' Lauren Conrad provides a makeover for a teenager and chats about being a reality TV star. Basketball star Stephon Marbury stops by to share how to find affordable sneakers for your kids. Actress Nia Long shares the 411 on her leading men and and learns a recipe for kids from Rachael Ray.

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