Rachael Ray Roundup

Alright people, I'm definitely in Babywatch 2008 mode. I'm at 8.5 months now, which means baby could arrive at anytime [insert dramatic music here]. My cooking has reduced even more than it was last week, mostly because of running around trying to tie up loose ends. If I could just find a lamp I like for baby's room, I think I would be golden.... Enough about me, on to what's up with Rachael Ray!

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.
  • This is a great idea. Deborah of Taste and Tell tried all of the recipes from Every Day with Rachael Ray's 7-day menu planner and is posting about them this week.
  • Boston Chef tried Lamb Chops and Mint Mashed Potatoes from Rachael Ray's recipe archive.
  • Kristina of The Chocolate Peanut Butter Gallery made Rachel Ray’s Peanut Butter Poodle Pancakes from the August 2007 issue of Every Day with Rachael Ray.
  • Mom Cooks - Recipes that Rock features another recipe from Every Day with Rachael Ray, this time for Chicken Taco Patties.
  • Jenn posted a review on Travel Pod of Rachael's favorite restaurant in the world, Il Latini in Florence.
  • Jenny at All Things Edible tried four recipes from 365: No Repeats - Mega Meatball Pizza, Citrus-Marinated Chicken and Orange Salad, Smoky Turkey Shepherd's Pie, Island Bird: Pineapple-Rum Chicken, and Sausage and Spinach Pastry Squares.
  • Endless Simmer pits Giada against Rachael in a contest to see who makes the best scallops wrapped in bacon.
  • Cate of Sweetnicks is back, this time with a test of Rachael's Power Burgers, which Cate calls Pizzaiola Burgers.
  • The Kitchen Illiterate tried Rachael's recipe for Jambasta, but decided to call it Jambalaya Pasta instead.
  • Cook. Craft. Enjoy. features a creative use for some leftovers - Rachael's recipe for Nacho Bread Pizza.

2 comments:

  1. What a thrill to see my post here! I want to try the Peanut Butter Poodle Pancakes, peanut butter plus pancakes sounds delicious! I added your link to my blogroll at MomCooks, too.

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  2. Thanks for the post and for the link, Elizabeth!

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