Rachael Ray Roundup

Happy Friday! Phew, what a week. I should have some exciting news to share on Wednesday, so keep your fingers crossed for me and make sure to come back and check it out. Also make sure to watch This Week with George Stephanopoulos on ABC on Sunday, since Rachael will be interviewed about her involvement with a great charity, Share Our Strength.

I bet you've never had this happen in your workplace - my boss planned a Rachael Ray potluck. That's right, I said my boss planned a Rachael Ray potluck. She wanted to get us together for a meeting and decided to take advantage of my encyclopedic knowledge of Rachael's recipes. Everyone prepared something (hand picked by yours truly) and the results created some new RR fans. How lucky am I to work in a place that is so much fun?

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.

  • DB of Food Candy interviewed Daisy Martinez of the TV show Daisy Cooks. She was recently featured in Rachael Ray's magazine and has appeared on her talk show.
  • Cate at Sweetnicks included Rachael Ray's Creamed Spinach in her Mother's Day menu.
  • Tracy at Foodie Obsessed highlights a gadget featured on Rachael Ray's talk show.
  • Jessica at Food TV and Me made Rachael Ray's Rosemary and Ham Scones, but she made them her own by adding cheese and making them mini-sized.
  • Josie at New Persuasion got a package in the mail from Every Day with Rachael Ray that was was full of free goodies. Seriously, where's mine? Have I not proven my devotion to that magazine? Do they want my first born child or something?
  • Alysha at the Savory Notebook tried one of my favorites, Spanikopita Burgers. Although, hers looks much nicer than mine do!
  • Celebrity Baby Blog discusses Rachael Ray's stance on having kids.
  • Mike at TV Food Fan talks about Rachael's deal with Dunkin' Donuts.
  • Sparky Duck of Philly Transplant includes several Rachael Ray cookbooks on his top 13 cookbooks list.
  • The Detroit News has a twist on the usual critiques of Rachael Ray's recipes - they had an 8-year old test Rachael's recipe for Stuffed French Toast.
  • The Cheap Chica shares a clip from Rachael Ray's talk show about how to save money on summer fashions.
  • Sarah Canon of Cucina Bella tried her first Rachael Ray recipe and adapted it to fit her taste.

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