This Week on Rachael Ray's Talk Show

Lots of repeats this week, so here's your chance to catch up. 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: A Salute to Summer. Rachael shares her top grilling tips and Kristan Cunningham teaches us how to do a backyard makeover on a budget. For dinner, it's Sicilian Style Swordfish burgers.

Tuesday: Montel Williams (Repeat). Montel Williams chats with Rachael about his fight against multiple sclerosis, and tell us "how you can live so you're getting the most out of every day." And now we move closer to Jerry Springer territory again, when Rachael features a viewer who uses a medium to connect with her deceased mother. Orange-Cashew Chicken with Broccoli, Ginger Noodles, and Mini Baked Wonton Cups are what's for dinner.

Wednesday: One Meal, Many Ways (Repeat). Tips from Rachael and Gretta on how to clean out your closet and update your wardrobe. Rachael helps a viewer confront her fear of elevators and Rachael helps a woman who makes the same meal every night. I sure am glad someone is helping her. Brisket, Leftover Brisket Ragu with Pasta, and Debris are what's for dinner.

Thursday: Food for Thought (Repeat). Rachael has a doctor come by to talk about what we should be eating to have a healthy 2007. We also get to learn the one food that will help us lose weight and tips on the perfect haircut. I am looking forward to this - The Office's Jenna Fischer helps Rachael make 15-minute chili. Green Tortilla Chili and Tortellini in Brodo are what's for dinner.

Friday: Curvy Girl Fashion (Repeat). This episode show features fashion for curvy girls. Rachael also shares crafts for the un-crafty, a bottom-of-the-jar recipe for Carolina-Style BBQ Sauce, and she and Joan Cusack prepare Not Tuna Casserole.

No comments:

Post a Comment

Thanks for leaving a comment! Reading comments and responding to them is one of my favorite parts of having a blog, so thanks for contributing.