Rachael Ray Roundup

I am seriously so glad the Sac Bee interview thing is over. Phew. Deep cleansing breaths. I am so grateful that Bob interviewed me, but I think worrying about it took 4.6 days off my life. Just an estimate. I'm also grateful that food blogging and so many great food bloggers got the attention they deserve!

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 one yourself, e-mail me so I can be sure to include it.

  • According to Yahoo's Buzz Log, Rachael Ray's name is number 2 on the list of most misspelled words from Yahoo searches.
  • Audra at Taste of the Town tried one of Rachael's $40 a Day picks for Milwaukee, Three Brothers Restaurant, and it was a winner.
  • Carrie Meathrell at LAist writes a funny (NSFW) post about Pasta Puttanesca. Don't let you boss see you reading this one.
  • I think I already reported this (I think I have some sort of memory loss, seriously), but Parade Magazine informs us that Rachael Ray made $6 million in 2006.
  • Cate at Sweetnicks cracked me up with this post. It really was kick ass Chocolate Chip Coffee Cake. I have photographic proof that will eventually be published!
  • Lots of bloggers were interested in Rachael Ray's new deal with AT&T, Rachael Ray's Recipes on the Run, including Yum Sugar.
  • The Lemon Cookies that Caitlyn at Knot Without My Knitting tried have certainly been making the rounds on food blogs. She thought they were a little too sweet, but still a keeper.
  • Vegie Girl finally got what she wanted from Rachael Ray's magazine.
  • Cooking with Sherry features Apricot Chicken, a recipe I have never noticed before and now have to try.
  • Cara at The Trueman Show is a fan of Rachael's Moo Shu Pork Pockets.

This little girl is such a cutie and at four years old, she has mastered Rachael's theme song and one of her tag lines ("That's what's for dinner tonight"):



5 comments:

  1. I really enjoy your roundup posts because it's nice to see which recipes have been successful for others!

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  2. That's what I like about it too! In fact, one of the reasons for starting this blog was that I could never find recipe reviews all in one place.

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  3. Hey Rachel I have a great easy to make recipe to tell you about I call it Easy Breezy Garlic Bread

    4 slices of plan white bread cut into strips and place in a baking pan

    sprinkle dried basil leaves and just a little bit of dried oregano leaves on the strips

    take butter and garlic powder in a small bowl together and melt in a microwave

    use a teaspoon to spoon the butter and garlic on the strips indivedually and then heat oven about 350 and place under broiler until nice and crispy, be careful not to burn the bread turns golden brown quickly or you can grill it either way is very good.

    By the way love your shows and God bless.

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  4. I love you shows, and some of the this you make does look to this food loving girl, in some ways we are alike I come from a family that enjoys comfort food, like homemade stews, bbq pork chops on the grill or baked in the oven, and fried chicken, cakes, pies, spaghetti, but one thing we're not to big on is sea food what turn me off is lobster because after seeing live lobsters in my hometown Food City store and knowing what to do to fix it just turns me away, all though shrimp don't look to bad, but I still have to work up a nough nerve to try it. Well I better go but I have a question have you ever tried deer meat?

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  5. Anony and Eagle - Thanks for stopping by Everything Rachael Ray, but it's not an official Racahel Ray site. It's written by me - Madeline.

    If you'd like to contact Rachael, her contact information can be found here: http://www.rachaelrayshow.com/?q=contact-rr. Good luck!

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