Rachael Ray Roundup

I'm not proud of it, but I'm going to Vegas again this weekend. I know! I was only there three weeks ago, but that time I went with my husband. This time, I'm going for a bachelorette party, so it's really an entirely different trip, right? It should be fun, but it's going to be about 115 there. I'm pretty sure that means frozen drinks are a necessity.

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.

  • Caitlyn, a fellow Sacramento Food Blogger, recently moved her blog to Knitter in the Kitchen (used to be Knot Without My Knitting). She tried my favorite Rachael Ray burgers with some home fries.
  • Nellbe of Nellbe's Scribblings is excited about the debut of Rachael's show in Australia.
  • Speaking of the show premiering in Australia, a reviewer at the Sydney Morning Herald doesn't get why we Americans clap so much during the show.
  • According to Ken's Blog, Rachael Ray has a new big little fan.
  • Julie Knudson of the Columbia Tribune tested one of Rachael Ray's $40 a Day picks for Paris with good results.
  • Allergic Girl at Please Don't Pass the Nuts adapted Rachael's recipe for lamb burger salad.
  • Christine at Chronicles of a Fledgling Cook tried Rachael's recipe for Vegetable Stew, with some modifications of her own.
  • People magazine seems to be in the mood for summer. It recently featured a little photo special about the favorite ice creams of the stars. Rachael Ray was among those featured: "Pistachio rates No. 1 in this cook's book – but not by her own hand. 'I don't bake. Do you think I make ice cream? Please. It comes in a tub.'"
  • The Juggling Mum thinks Rachael's recipe for Ravioli Lasagna is perfect for freezing.
  • Kelley at Yarn Rambles is a new Rachael Ray fan, especially after she tried her Honey Mustard and Red Onion Barbequed Chicken.

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