No Charity Too Small

You probably have not have heard of Peace of Bread Community Kitchen of the United Presbyterian Church in Whitinsville, but Rachael Ray agreed to sign items for a fundraiser for the charity.

According to the Worcester Telegram, the host of an event to benefit Peace of Bread, Leslie Reichert, met Rachael Ray at a trade show. To benefit the charity, Rachael signed a copy of her magazine and an apron to be auctioned off at a silent auction.

Reichert said that when Rachael learned about the event, "she was very gracious." Here's how the paper described Reichert's experience meeting Rachael:

Ms. Ray did a cooking segment during the show. “She’s gorgeous,” Ms. Reichert said. “She’s very young-looking, very pretty.”

And she was equally lovable, Ms. Reichert said. Ms. Ray, whose family has roots in Sicily, was popular among fellow Italian-Americans in the audience, Ms. Reichert said.

“Little Italian ladies were hugging her,” Ms. Reichert said, chuckling. “It was adorable.”

Reichert also got a signed cookbook from Todd English at the event.


  1. despite what everyone says I LOOVE rachael and i think all those haters seriously need a life i mean did u see that fat pig on her E! true hollywood story! she wishes that she possed the talent rachael has!

  2. Now, now, Ella. We don't want to stoop to their level. I don't condone name calling (nor do I condone misspelling while name calling).

    I think there has to be RR haters out there, so that there is balance in the force. Have I watched Star Wars too much lately?


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