Rachael Ray Roundup

I may not have posted much this week (we were on vacation in Arizona, the Biosphere was cool!) but I did put together a jumbo-sized Roundup this week. So many Rachael Ray posts out there! You guys are doing some serious home cooking. Maybe it's the economy that's making people cook at home again? Whatever the reason, the restaurants' loss is the Roundup's gain.

Also, since today is the first Friday of Lent, I thought I would share that Rachael Ray's website has a great list of Lent recipes!

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 (everythingrachaelray at gmail dot com) so I can be sure to include it.

  • Access Hollywood informs us that Rachael Ray will be one of Jimmy Fallon's first guests when he takes over Late Night on NBC.
  • The Food Snob was inspired by Rachael Ray to create Pretzel Coated Chicken Salad.
  • In other Pretzel Crusted Chicken news, Cheap Cookin' Mama has her own spin on the recipe.
  • Donna at Tasty Treasures made Rachael Ray's recipe for succotash.
  • Silvana Nardone, Editor of Rachael Ray's magazine, Everyday With Rachael Ray, talked about cooking for the food allergies in her family.
  • Josh Ozersky of The Feedbag reports from the South Beach Wine and Food Festival that he is in love with Rachael Ray.
  • Laurelop of Edible Ventures made Italian Chicken and Dumplings adapted from Rachael Ray's Big Orange Book.
  • Rachael Ray offered some support to Jessica Simpson via People magazine.
  • Cathy of Noble Pig features a recipe for Corn and Salsa Tortilla Soup that was adapted from a Rachael Ray recipe.
  • Stephanie of Stephanie Cooks made Neapolitan Baked Ziti.
  • Kate of Cooking During Stolen Moments made a variation of Chicken, Veal, or Pork Schnitzel with Red Caraway Cabbage from 365: No Repeats.
  • The Recipe Fairy made Double Chicken Dumpling Stoup.
  • Barb of Quick Like a Bunny! tweaked Rachael's recipe for Jambasta.
  • Yumsugar has a few pictures of Rachael at the Amstel Burger Bash.
  • Jennie of Adam's Brag Book made Spring Pea-sto with Whole-Wheat Penne.
  • Cheap Healthy Good features a funny post about Rachael's recipe for Pasta Puttanesca.
  • Katie of Notes from the Kitchen Sink made Black Pepper and Coriander-Crusted Tuna with Orange and Fennel-Roasted Potato Salad, which just sounds impressive.
  • Krista of Krista's Kitchen made Stuffed Cabbage Stoup.
  • Beth of Domestic Pursuits adapted Rachael's recipe for Turkey, Tomatillo, and Bean Burritos from 365: No Repeats.
  • Cat of Bradenton Bites was lucky enough to have someone else make her Gorgonzola Filled Meatballs, Bay and Onion Creamy Tomato Gravy.
  • Sweet Tea In Texas posted another recipe that I added to my list: Creole Meatloaves with Trinity Gravy.
  • Josh Ozersky of The Feedbag really loves Rachael Ray.

1 comment:

  1. Thanks for the mention and the link to the Lent recipes - exactly what I need right now!


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