Rachael Ray Roundup

Off to Arizona to visit the fam this weekend! They finally have a direct flight from Sacramento to Tucson, but I'm a little worried about how small the plane will be. We'll see. Have a happy weekend and make the most out of it, since summer is almost over!

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.

  • Talk Show Update: The New York Post's Michael Starr informs us that: "Over 110,000 people are on the waiting list for tickets to fall tapings of "The Rachael Ray Show," says a show spokesman. The new season kicks off Sept. 10." So, not tooooo much longer to wait for all new shows, all the time.
  • Magazine Update: According to Ad Age, "Every Day with Rachael Ray from Reader's Digest Association, one of the young ones, turned in an impressive 57.6% increase in average paid and verified circulation, according to the new Fas-Fax report from the Audit Bureau of Circulations. That came with a 25.8% decline on the newsstand, but 184.7% growth in subscriptions."
  • Check out a review of The Cringe's new CD. What? You don't know who The Cringe is? It's Rachael's husband's band, of course!
  • Celebrity Snap has more pictures of Rachael when she was a waitress at Bubby's in NYC for her talk show.
  • I'm a fan of Anthony Bourdain, but I'm beginning to think the only way he knows how to promote the new season of his TV show is to bash Rachael Ray. This time it was in Forbes, of all places.
  • Rach is also getting picked on by a Wall Street Journal blogger, The Informed Reader. Dude, we just want quick food. What's the big deal?
  • Ashley at Sweet Tea and Sushi made Spicy Avocado Soup that was inspired by a recipe in Every Day with Rachael Ray.
  • Go vote for Rachael Ray in a poll being run by Endless Simmer about which chef is the hottest.
  • I love the way Red Sea School refers to Rachael Ray's critics. She says they have a food police attitude. So true. Check out the rest of her comments about Rachael's recipes.
  • The Household Executive tried Lime and Honey Glazed Salmon with Warm Black Bean Corn Salad from 365: No Repeats. I have been eyeing that recipe, so now I'll have to try it, since the results were delicious.
  • Genevieve Choate at Momalogue discusses her transition into being a Rachael Ray fan.

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