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: Picky Eater's Lunchbox. Eva LaRue of CSI Miami gets some lunchbox ideas from Rachael. Also, learn how to get rid of bacteria when "The Accidental Housewife" answers questions. Rachael shares a recipe for 15-minute Pasta with Shrimp, Pancetta and Pas.

Tuesday: Valerie Bertinelli. Former sitcom star and current Jenny Craig spokewoman Valerie Bertinelli discusses her very public diet. Rachael also discusses how to control what your kids see on TV without banning them from watching shows they like. Gnocchi, Spinach, Gorgonzola and Toasted Walnuts is what's for dinner.

Wednesday: Unluckiest Bride. Rachael introduces us to a woman who may be the unluckiest bride ever. The show gives us a behind the scenes pass to see what it's like to be in Rachael's studio audience. Life coach Harriette Cole offers tips for parents to make sure they are treating all their children the same. Rachael also shares a recipe for Stuffed Eggplant.

Thursday: Does Marriage Matter Anymore? Rachael takes on several issues related to marriage, like what if one partner wants to get married and the other doesn't want to and whether marriage really matters. We will also hear three rules for determining treasures from trash when shopping. Ugly Betty's Mark Indelicato shares secrets from the show and helps Rachael make a huge Italian dinner.

Friday: Babysitting Horror Stories. Hear confessions from former nannies about what they do when you aren't around. The Insider's Lara Spencer even shares her own babysitting stories. Use this knowledge and some helpful tips before you hire a babysitter. Jennifer Love Hewitt answers questions about cocktail parties and there's a new round of Stump the Rach.

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