This Week on Rachael Ray's Talk Show

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: Bindi and Terri Irwin. In a show aimed at kids who are home for the day, Bindi Irwin stops by with her mom. Rachael makes a meal for picky eaters and Matt Dallas of Kyle XY is brings dessert. Racahel also tries to get back in with a little girl who "desperately wanted Rach at her birthday party." Swedish Meatballs & Egg Noodles are what's for dinner.

Tuesday: Mystery Taster. The year's first Mystery Taster stopsby and two women share their no-exercise plan to get rid of that "muffin top." Fans have been asking for more vegetarian meals (just in time for Lent!), so Racahel shares one for the whole family. Oven-Baked Samosas With Mint-Cilantro Dipping Sauce and Vegetable Curry are what's for dinner.

Wednesday: Enrique Iglesias. Enrique Iglesias plays a game of "Stump the Rach" and Dancing with the Stars champ Helio Castroneves gets a cooking lesson. Then, have breakfast, lunch and dinner with two-time Dancing with the Stars winner Cheryl Burke. Brazilian Vatapa, Brazilian Chicken Cutlets With Raw Tropical Sauce, and a Caipirinha (try the Caipirinha!) are what's for dinner.

Thursday: Jeff Probst. Survivor host Jeff Probst is back, then the show has its first "Instant Human Lab" when three audience members test bras. Rachael shares a recipe with two surprise ingredients for barbeque chicken. BBQ Bourbon Orange Chicken Skillet With Cornbread Topper is what's for dinner.

Friday: Dennis Quaid. Dennis Quaid gives an updateo on the medical status of his twins after they endured a medical nightmare. The "Coolest Kitchen in America" segment features the kitchen of a Grammy-winning guitarist. Kristan shares double-duty storage ideas. Lara Spencer tells us how to eat breakfast, lunch and dinner in Egypt. Asian Tuna Sliders, Wild Mushroom Beef Sliders, and Ritzy White Pizza are what's for dinner.

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