This Week on Rachael Ray's Talk Show

Another week with five all new episodes. 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.

Monday: Drew Carey. Drew Carey is the new host of the Price is Right, but he also hosts "Stump the Rach" for this episode. Rachael sets up an intervention for a mom that is chronically late and shares four tips to make sure you aren't late. Philly Cheesesteak Pizza and Antipasto Salad are what's for dinner.

Tuesday: Michael Bublé. Rachael shares tips to feeling sexy and comfortable with your body. Then, Michael Bublé stops by to perform his hit single. He also joins Rachael to create a perfect date dish. Limoncello Pasta and Sage-Stuffed, Pancetta-Wrapped Jumbo Shrimp With Baby Panzanella Salad are what's for dinner.

Wednesday: Halloween Mystery Trick-or-Treater. Rachael welcomes one of TV's hottest stars as a mystery taster, then Justin Kredible gives us a tour of the scariest haunted house in America. Evette shows us how to decorate for Halloween. Deviled Eyeballs, Bat Wings, and
Dracula’s Transylvanian Ghoul-ash are what's for dinner.

Thursday: Christie Brinkley. Christie Brinkley shares her secret for staying sexy after 50 and talks about her head-to-toe beauty secrets. Then, Christie and Rachael make a recipe from Rachael's brand new cookbook, Just in Time. Buffalo Baked Chicken With Blue Cheese, Celery & Carrot Slaw and Sliced Steak Stroganoff In French Bread With Dill-Relish Dressed Salad are what's for dinner.

Friday: Jerry O'Connell. Carpoolers star Jerry O'Connell stops by to talk about his new movie, his wedding day, and what it's like to be married to a woman who can't cook. Gretta gives us a makeover for our underwear. Rachael makes Chili Dog Chili With Spicy Mustard Cornbread for dinner.

2 comments:

  1. Got a chance to see Monday through Wednesday episodes. Drew Carey was funny...and it's some sort of coincidence he recently married a young lady who(IIRC)graduated culinary school. Michael Buble was good, too, especially singing in Italian over the evening's meal...and the Hallowe'en eats are something I'll try soon.

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  2. They are still waiting for me on my DVR, but good to know they turned out well! I'm excited to watch the Michael Buble one. Hooooommmmmeeee......

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