This Week on Rachael Ray's Talk Show

Back to new shows this week! 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: Supernanny Jo Frost. Supernanny Jo Frost answers tough questions from parents about divorce, God, sex, and even Jamie Lynn Spears' pregnancy. Then, two of my favorite shows come together when The Bachelor's Travis Stork comes by to talk about dating. Not sure I'd take advice from a man who's relationship after the show lasted about five seconds, but whatever. "New" Brunswick Stew is what's for dinner.

Tuesday: Cojo's Trends for 2008. Rachael has the sexiest "Human Lab" segment so far when three viewers test out products that claim to get you in the mood. Cojo offers tips on how to create celebrity looks for less. Also, find out how the color of your food could affect your health. Black Bean Chili and Apple Ebelskivers (Stuffed Apple Pancakes) are what's for dinner.

Wednesday: Bob Greene's New Year, New You. Bob Greene comes by to help us fulfill our New Year's goals. He offers four tips for making your New Year's diet work. Next, Jarod the animal guy brings by some creatures and Rachael gives away sets of her new pots and pans! Wait - new pots and pans?! Smoky Tomato Soup With Mini Grilled Cheese Sammies are what's for dinner.

Thursday: 27 Dresses' James Marsden. Actor James Marsden talks about his new movies and life at home. Gretta and Colby give makeovers to three men who have been ignoring fashion tips from the women in their lives. Mini Cannelloni Bake, Chicken Parm Bites, Goldman’s Chicken Parm Bundles, and Chicken Parmigiana are what's for dinner.

Friday: Audience Incognito. Rachael plays a round of "Audience Incognito," where her celebrity guest dresses in disguise and hides in the audience. Rachael takes us behind the scenes in a different kind of modeling agency. Then, find out how to get kids excited about healthy foods.

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