Rachael Ray Roundup

Lots of interesting stuff is going on behind the scenes at Everything Rachael Ray this week. I don't want to jinx it, because these things are sort of iffy, but one involves me being interviewed and the other one involves me interviewing someone else (I will tell you it's not Rachael Ray). Think good thoughts for me so that it will all work out, because both are exciting.

I'd like to wish you a Happy Early Cinco de Mayo! We're having a mini-party tonight because my college roommate, her husband, and their daughter are in town. It should be a low-key, fun night and a great chance to catch up. Oh, and there will be margaritas, too.

Here are the Rachael Ray posts from around the blogosphere this week. If you see a post that you think would be good for the Roundup, or you write on yourself, e-mail me so I can be sure to include it.

  • Tracy at Kitchen Spark tried Rachael's Wingless Buffalo Chicken Pizza and declared it "a very good grown-up pizza."
  • Merri at Merri Musings is not pleased about Rachael Ray's decision to invite one of her recent guests.
  • Petri Darby at darbyDarnit Public Relations says Rachael's name is on the list of those being thrown around as a replacement for Rosie O'Donnell on The View. I sure don't want that to happen, since she'd have to stop doing her own talk show.
  • Les Jones is going to have some pictures featured in Every Day with Rachael Ray. Congrats, Les!
  • Bob Sassone at Slashfood is not a fan of the new Rachael Ray commercials for Dunkin' Donuts.
  • Jessica at Food TV and Me highlights some wedding tips from the Food Network, including a video of how to make a wedding brunch mimosa from Rachael Ray.
  • Knitting Bag Therapy features a story that happened often when I was a kid. Her son refused to eat perfectly good Macaroni and Cheese! Her husband loved it though. In my house, I was the kid that refused to eat stuff. Sorry, Dad!
  • The Real Life Test Kitchen at shelterrific tested lemon cookies from Every Day with Rachael Ray. The simple recipe yielded surprising results.

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