Speaking of Darcy, she is slowly making her way into the culinary world. Yesterday she had some squash and then went wild over blueberry applesauce. I included a picture of her joy at the end of this post!
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.
- Jennie of Adam's Brag Book made Rachael Ray's Tennessee Whiskey Cake. She also used her recipe and Robin Miller's recipe to create her own Chicken and Dumplings and she made Cider Doughnuts.
- Katelyn of Katelyn's Food tweaked Rachael's recipe for Fajita Burgers.
- Faith of I Pray to Gouda made some comfort food - Greek Wedding Soup.
- Rachael Ray's new cookbook, Rachael Ray's Big Orange Book, debuted at number three on the New York Times Bestsellers List.
- Erin Murphy of What I Made Yesterday is not really a Rachael Ray fan anymore, but she is still a fan of Rachael's recipe for You Won't Be Single for Long Vodka Pasta.
- The New York Daily News has a budget recipe from Rachael Ray that I haven't seen anywhere else, but it looks really good: Chicken and Potatoes in the Oven.
- Sleepwalker of Liberty on 10th Street adapted Rachael's recipe for Turkey Chili to make it a little easier on the tummy.
- Ken of Only Knives included Rachael Ray on his list of 25 Hottest Women Celebrity Chefs.
- Rachael Ray's recipe for Meatball Subs is so good that Detroit Cooking Examiner's Courtney Monigold's brother in law put in his order for them this weekend.