Rachael Ray Roundup

Well, last weekend's little dinner party went very well! The Salmon en Croute was just outstanding, although it almost landed in the Beyond My Skill Level category due to the difficulties of dealing with puff pastry for a rookie. I have quite a backlog of recipes going, but I plan on posting all the Top 10 recipes I have tried all in a row. I still have to try Chicken in Creamy Mushroom Sauce Over Chive Egg Noodles and The Ultimate Spaghetti and Meatballs Supper. For the most part, the recipes have not disappointed so far!

Don't forget to watch the premiere of the second season of Rachael's talk show! It starts on Monday.

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.

  • Sarina at TriniGourmet tried a classic Rachael Ray recipe: You-Won't-Be-Single-for-Long Vodka Cream Pasta.
  • Cate at Sweetnicks included Rachael Ray's Chicken Chimichurri bites in a birthday celebration.
  • Foodea features Rachael's tips for opening a jar, plus a few more.
  • Nick O'Connor of Nick's Blog 2.0 recounts his experience as a recent audience member at Rachael Ray's talk show.
  • Perez Hilton has some pictures of Gloria Estefan's birthday party, including one of Rachael Ray and her husband John Cusimano. I wonder if Perez apologized for getting that divorce rumor wrong?
  • Sometimes I think journalists just write a piece about Rachael Ray because they want a little attention. This article about, well, nothing, is a good example.
  • Jennifer of Bento Yum included a potato salad from Rachael Ray in her most recent Bento Box.
  • The Cook's Kitchen discusses olive candles after a recommendation from Rachael Ray.
  • 21Q, the Sacramento Bee's entertainment blog, gives us a sneak peek of the premiere of the second season of Rachael's talk show.
  • The Clumsy Cook tweaked one of Rachael's recipes to create her own Spanish Stew.

2 comments:

  1. Thanks for the link to Bento Yum!

    I'm actually a huge fan of Rachel Ray's 30 minute recipes for my bentos. I've been working my way through the 365 day cookbook trying new things to toss in there.

    Looking forward to testing out even more.

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  2. My pleasure. Thanks for your post! 365 is a good one, so I look forward to checking out how they work for you.

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