Rachael Ray Roundup

I'll be recovering from my double cooking weekend (bday party for my best friend and Halloween), so I see a tremendous amount of television in my future. However, both parties went off without a hitch! The Turbo Classics menu for the birthday party was a hit, even with the picky eater in the bunch.

For Halloween, all the food I made was gone by the end of the night, which was definitely a great sign. I made the Sweet Balls of Fire and the Sinfully Stuffed Potato Skins from Every Day with Rachael Ray. I also added something quasi-healthy with Sundried Tomato Dip (there were veggies!). I highly recommend all the recipes.

Here are some 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.
  • Looks like the National Enquirer needs to sell more papers - it's reignited the Rachael Ray divorce rumor yet again. I think this makes three times now? None of the previous rumors were true so I'm not holding my breath with this one either. It's been about a month since Rachael's last denial of the rumor. She has to be getting tired of this.
  • The news of Rachael Ray's magazine going green is still making the rounds, this time on Ecorazzi.
  • Joe at Culinary in the Country adapted Rachael Ray's Twice Baked Sweet Potatoes. Those Butterfinger Eyeballs look pretty oustanding, too.
  • From this Serious Eats post, it looks like Anthony Bourdain still hasn't given up the tired and incorrect pre-chopped onion statement. At least someone points it out in the comments (I swear i wasn't me).
  • According to Eater, Rachael Ray will participate in Sweets, the preveiw event for the South Beach Wine and Food Festival.
  • Over at Wine Sediments, Cate O'Malley highlights a wine recently included in Rachael Ray's magazine.

1 comment:

  1. another great party, madeline. tommy LOVED the meatballs and i loved the pumpkin pie martinis (i know they werent rachael ray but yum!)

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