Rachael Ray Roundup

I took a little blogging vacay last week to celebrate the holidays, so this is supersized Roundup. Let me also take this chance to say thank you to all of you who read this blog. I really love writing it and getting the chance to chat with you about Rachael Ray and her recipes. Here's to another year of Everything 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.
  • Rachael Ray's newest cookbook, the Big Orange Book, is at the top of the New York Times Paperback Advice list.
  • The Washington Times editorial page named Rachael Ray the Entrepreneur of the Year.
  • Mylinda of Sweet Tea in Texas made Veal and Sage Meatballs and Pasta with Gorgonzola-Walnut Sauce. She also made Jessica Simpson's recipe for Chicken and Dumplings, which Jessica shared on Rachael's talk show.
  • Debi of By~Lander~Sea Food Tales tried Pecan Caramel Surprises from Rachael Ray's magazine.
  • Jen of Jen's Home Cooking made Rach's recipe for a Peanut Butter Fudge Wreath.
  • Patricia DiGiacomo Eddy of the Seattle Sustainable Food Examiner is a fan of Rachael's recipe for Kale Gratin.
  • Carm of All This and Superpowers Too made Pumpkin Whoopie Pies.
  • Katerina of Daily Unadventures in Cooking made one of my favorite Rachael Ray chili recipes - Uptown Downhome Chili.
  • While not exactly a Rachael Ray fan, Shiv of Pithy and Cleaver is a fan of the recipe for Dark Chocolate and Ginger Crinkles in Rachael Ray's magazine.
  • Laura of Absolut(ly) Fit made Chicken Scarpariello and it turned out pretty darn spicy.
  • The Review Lady gave Rachael's recipe for Spaghetti with Mozzarella-Stuffed Meatballs a spin.
  • Heather of Heather Bakes made the very yummy sounding Red and Green Winter Stoup from BOB.
  • Amy Clark of The Motherload recommends Rachael's Rosemary Chicken for a quick weeknight dinner.
  • Michelle of My Italian Grandmother says Rachael's recipe for Devilish Sesame Chicken with Green Beans and Scallion Rice was the best stir frt she has ever made.
  • Check out Rachael Ray's portrait, done in trash.
  • Janelle tried Chicken Parmigiana from Rachael's Big Orange Book.

3 comments:

  1. Hi Madeline! I'm a first-time poster, long-time reader-I LOVE your blog. Just wanted to say thanks for your tireless efforts in sharing Rachael Ray recipes with the world (well, the blogging world). My blog isn't exclusively focused on my cooking, but I do write about what I make fairly frequently, and Rachael is my go-to girl. Belated congratulations on your sweet baby-she is beautiful! Keep up the great work!

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  2. Hi Madeline-
    I Love your blog also. I am so new to blogging but not to your site. It is fabulous. I check it daily and look forward to all future posts.

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  3. Thanks for the shout out! I just tried another BOB recipe the other night- Gnocchi with Fresh Chicken Sausage and Broccoli Rabe. It was a winner as well :)

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