This Week on Rachael Ray's Talk Show

Sunday, February 03, 2008

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: Baking with Julia Louis-Dreyfus. Julia Louis-Dreyfus stops by to give Rachael a baking lesson. As part of its search for America's Coolest Kitchens Rachael gives us a tour of her own home kitchen. Get a chance to win Rachael's garbage bowl, a moppine and more! Chutney & Cheddar-Stuffed Chicken Breasts With Smashed BLTPs is what's for dinner.

Tuesday: Meal or No Meal. Rachael offers a twist on game show Deal or No Deal with her own celebrity banker. Kristan transforms a small home office into a beautiful workspace for two. For dinner, Rachael's cooking up a toasty Italian feast. Rabe-Stuffed Stromboli Bread is what's for dinner.

Wednesday: Chefs' Weight Loss Secrets. Law & Order's Sam Waterston stops by to chat. Then, three chefs tell the story of how they lost a combined total of more than 160 pounds. Rachael offers a dinner that's guilt-free. Roasted Ratatouille Pasta, White French Bread Pizza, and Red French Bread Pizza are what's for dinner.

Thursday: Bob Greene's Best Life Diet. Oprah's fitness guy, Bob Greene , shares tips from his his "Best Life" diet. He also tells the story of two inspiring women. Next, we go inside Kristan's Southern California home to see her favorite things. Ranch-Style Potato Skins, Broccoli & Cheddar Potato Skins, and Turkey Bacon & Green Onion Potato Skins are what's for dinner.

Friday: Ringo Starr. Ringo Starr and Rachael Ray have a chat, then Rinog offers a rare performance. Rachael shows us how to make a rock star meal and Jarod the animal guy tells us how zoos ensure both animal and human safety. Eggplant Steaks Parmigiana a la Ringo is what's for dinner.

1 comment:

Jeff said...

I appreciated Julia Louis-Dreyfus' appearance on RR 2/4. She did a decent job preparing the orange bundt cake(from the Silver Palate Cookbook), and RR was her usual charming(if somewhat admittedly clutzy self)getting anywhere near baking--I would have used a more durable spatula, the one she used broke--I felt the show was worth watching.

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