Rachael Ray Roundup

Rachael Ray celebrated her 41st birthday on the 25th, so Happy Birthday Rach from all the ERR readers! My birthday is in about a month and I seriously cannot decide what I want. Is a trip to Hawaii too much to ask? Miss Darcy absolutely loves the beach, so I'm thinking I can sell it to my husband that way.... I haven't shared a picture of Darcy in awhile, so check her out in her beach gear at the bottom of this post from our recent trip to San Diego.

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.
  • Jenny of Lucky in Love made Cajun Chili. In response to Jenny's initial comments, Rachael often emphasizes that her recipes are made to be tweaked, so you can always use less oil and swap ingredients to your taste!
  • Heather Lalley of The TOC Blog gives some behinds the scenes info on the Block Party Rachael recently hosted at Wrigley Field in Chicago.
  • Amy of Living Locurto adapted a Rachael Ray recipe for Turkey Burgers with Horseradish and Cheddar Cheese to make her own kid-friendly Krabby Patties.
  • The Unclutterer points out some back-to-school organizing tips from Rachael Ray.
  • Mak at Keeping my Wits About Me adapted a Rachael Ray recipe from 365: No Repeats to create Fresh Harvest Veggies and Creamy Polenta.
  • Rebekah of Food Food Food! made Chicken Suizas Sandwiches.
  • YumSugar put together a slideshow of the top 10 wackiest-named Rachael Ray recipes. I think I'll try that Broccoli Breadzagna.
  • Bob Sassone at TV Squad shares some video of Rachael Ray from her recent appearance with David Letterman.
  • Kristen of Dine and Dish made Zucchini and Bow Ties from 365: No Repeats.
  • Debbie McDuffee of CliqueClack made Delmonico steaks with balsamic onions and steak sauce.


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