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Season 15 / Episode 101 and airs on 02 March 2021 16:00
Rachael Ray, also known as Rachael and The Rachael Ray Show, is an American talk show starring Rachael Ray that debuted in syndication in the United States and Canada on September 18, 2006 and also airs in other countries. It is taped at Chelsea Television Studios in New York City. The show's 8th season premiered on September 9, 2013, and became the last Harpo show in syndication to switch to HD with a revamped studio. The concept behind this program showcases Ray's culinary skills. She brings various celebrities on screen to discuss their accomplishments in the entertainment, sports, and media industries. Ray asks for tips and strategies for staying healthy and safe from various health and lifestyle experts, she includes make-over segments, and features musical performances, all of which are features along the same lines of The Oprah Winfrey Show. She does, however, keep cooking in the forefront by including at least one cooking segment at the end of each episode, and sometimes inviting her celebrity guests to join her in the kitchen. According to Ray, "People know me for my love of food, but I have so much more I want to share". The set has the audience seated on a large turntable that rotates so that the audience can always see the "action" on the circular stage that surrounds them. At the end of each show, with the exception of a few more guests after Ray's cooking segments, Ray's tagline is, "We'll see you when we see you".
Rachael tells about the fire that destroyed her upstate New York home and discusses fire safety; Denis Leary (Leary Firefighters Foundation); Rachael, husband John Cusimano and his band, The Cringe, cover Eddie Vedder's "Without You."
Jessica Alba ("L.A.'s Finest") chats with Rachael about her family's summer road trip; their husbands join the fun and try facials.
Drew Barrymore joins Rachael for a cook-along from the set of her new talk show.
Kate Hudson gives Rachael a tour of her home kitchen and shares favorite memories from the set of "Almost Famous."
Rachael's husband, John Cusimano, joins her as a special Friday co-host throughout the season; Rachael cooks up a spicy pasta dinner, John mixes up a fall-inspired cocktail, and they chat with their friend Al Roker.
Chefs Guy Fieri, Andrew Zimmern and Curtis Stone bring an hour full of recipes and cooking tips that translate to donations to restaurant relief organizations, helping those in the hospitality industry who have been financially impacted by COVID-19.
Rachael's hosting a virtual supper club — and Chef Bobby Flay is up first with a seafood appetizer. (Spoiler alert: Seared Scallops!) Then, Rachael makes Chorizo and Shrimp with Cheese Grits, and Carla Hall is serving up Banana Pudding with Vanilla Wafers for dessert. Delish!
Comic Colin Quinn; effective masks; Rachael's chicken pot-pie skillets.
Jenna Bush Hager; cobb salad with bacon and smoked chicken; Chip Wade demonstrates DIY bathroom updates.
Gloria Estefan; puppy Bella and her trainer show what she's learned; Rachael's Thai-inspired chicken dish.
Sterling K. Brown ("This Is Us"); a hearty dinner that can be served with or without meat.
Bob Harper's home workout; Dr. Ian Smith answers health questions; Rachael's chicken noodle soup for fall.
Michelle Obama; broccoli-and-macaroni casserole.
Rachael and John's guest house; chef Jacques Pépin; party planner Mary Giuliani pulls off a surprise virtual baby-shower for a viewer.
A white-wine chicken dinner; a big surprise for farmers who help their community; John's spritzer cocktail.
Actress Valerie Bertinelli makes onion rings and a salad; Rachael prepares an autumn pasta with mushrooms.
Pumpkin-spice pasta; chef Richard Blais; an entrepreneur gives back to her community and gets a big surprise.
Chef Ronnie Woo tries out food fads; home design; Rachael prepares pasta.
Comic Ali Wentworth; getting a better night's sleep; Rachael prepares a spaghetti supper with zucchini and lemon.
Pitbull tells how to attend one of his concerts from home; chef Geoffrey Zakarian and his daughters cook; Rachael prepares Moroccan-style nachos.
Jane Lynch talks about hosting "The Weakest Link"; chicken roll-ups and chili dogs; Rachael's Tomatillo Tostadas.
Kathie Lee Gifford talks about her new book for kids, and she shares memories of Regis Philbin; Rachael makes a classic beef stew.
Chef Christopher Kimball has three easy chicken recipes; a surprise for a hero firefighter; pasta with crispy swordfish cutlets.
TV host Michael Strahan; Rachael makes stuffed bread with sausage and broccolini.
Barbara Corcoran ("Shark Tank"); chicken pasta.
Dr. Oz makes virtual house-calls; a fan gets a surprise; Rachael prepares risotto.
Ballplayer Nick Swisher; chef Josh Capon's ultimate steak sandwich; chef Jeff Mauro's cheesy nacho pretzel dogs; Rachael prepares pub cheeseburgers.
Chef Curtis Stone fries chicken; teens who are super heroes in their community; Rachael prepares chicken with pears and ginger.
Bob Harper helps to make a pasta dish; a DIY makeover for a viewer who lost 150 pounds.
Rachael prepares carnitas; the Downtown Boxing Gym in Detroit.
Deviled chicken with cheesy butternut squash; Lin-Manuel Miranda's dad, Luis Miranda; teachers' advice for remote learning; a DIY bedroom makeover on a budget.
An easy supper; chef Marcus Samuelsson's coconut fried chicken; breast health.
Meteorologist Ginger Zee; pumpkin soup and grilled cheese; healthy, flourless, no-sugar-added pumpkin-spice muffins.
Seasoned noodles and cucumber salad; Dr. Ian Smith answers viewers' questions; one of the latest COVID-19 headlines.
Halloween at Rachael's home; Alfonso Ribeiro (\"America's Funniest Home Videos\"); making a haunted Halloween treat with store-bought desserts; apple pie and cheddar casserole.
Jenny McCarthy (\"The Masked Singer\"); Gretta Monahan settles viewers' clothing disputes; Rachael makes Italian classic pasta with pork and potatoes.
Crispy brisket hard-shell tacos; viewers turn their porch and garage spaces into DIY oases; online steals with Jenn Falik to get ready for holiday shopping.
Viewer questions; saving money on everything from utilities to groceries; sprucing up a home with a DIY plant wall; Rachael's hearty Tuscan soup.
Chicken curry with a twist; two of the \"Impractical Jokers\" bring their top three food clips from the show.
Today is our 2,500th show! Are you ready to cook along? We're pulling off a nationwide event, inviting YOU to cook with Rachael all hour long. Crowd-pleasing pot pies are on the menu and we're joined by some of our most memorable superfans!
Today is the first day of our "12 Days of Thanksgiving," where we've got your menu covered no matter what your gathering looks like this year! Rachael is kicking it off by making stuffing balls to go alongside an easy chicken, potatoes and apples tray bake. And Chef Dan Kluger is serving up Glazed Sweet Potatoes With Yogurt And Dill AND Brussels Sprouts With Mustard Vinaigrette. Plus, Henry Winkler is back and talking about his new kids' book.
Host of "Restaurant: Impossible," chef Robert Irvine, is cooking up turkey two ways — herb-roasted AND cajun-spiced. Then, Rachael is making a turkey schnitzel! Plus, meet a hero veteran who has served our country both in the military and as an essential worker on the frontlines of the pandemic — and his very special partner, a rescue dog named Star.
"Chopped" judge Chef Scott Conant is cooking two holiday dishes today! First, he pairs simple, unexpected flavors in his Pumpkin Parmigiana. Then, he's serving up Roasted Fingerling Potatoes Recipe With 'Nduja Vinaigrette. Meanwhile, Rachael's making a vegetarian duo of spiced cabbage and spaetzle with creamy mushroom sauce for dinner. Plus, an 80-year-old firefighter gets a heartwarming surprise.
Rachael's answering your questions and making pantry-friendly recipes today. Then, Wendi McLendon-Covey from "Bridesmaids" and "The Goldbergs" is video chatting with Rach. Later, Rachael's husband, John, makes a cocktail to kick off the weekend.
A Thanksgiving side dish with sausage; answers to culinary questions; holiday meal advice; Patty Smyth performs.
A lasagna for autumn; Gail Simmons ("Top Chef") prepares maple bacon bread pudding; a teenager helps senior dogs find their forever homes.
"Cake Boss" Buddy Valastro bakes; a man helps struggling farmers provide food for those in need; Rachael makes pasta-stuffed peppers.
Actor Michael J. Fox shares stories from his new memoir; an easy one-sheet turkey tray bake.
Kristin Chenoweth ("Candy Land"); pumpkin vodka cream pasta; chef Richard Blais gives advice for Thanksgiving stuffing.
Cameron Diaz is Zooming with Rach and dishing on family life and her favorite quarantine hobbies. Then, "Queer Eye's" Bobby Berk has last-minute Thanksgiving tabletop décor tips. In the kitchen, Rachael's making Turkey Parm.
Gayle King and Adam Glassman are bringing us "Oprah's Favorite Things" (even giving some away!) and Chef Michael Symon is making Grilled Pumpkin Bread Pudding. Meanwhile, Rachael's making Turkey Breast and Simply Gravy for a smaller crowd.
Rachael's got a turkey dinner you can pull off on the fly — Turkey Cutlets! Then, The Book on Pie author Erin Jeanne McDowell is whipping up easy caramel apple pie. Plus, our former staffer, Grant Melton, is going savory with two pie-themed appetizers.
Matthew McConaughey; French onion one-pot pasta.
Patricia Heaton (book "Your Second Act"); the do's and don'ts of freezing food; Rachael serves up hard-cider-braised pork.
Bobby Flay roasts spaghetti squash; Rachael prepares Greek fish or chicken; a mom gets a new look and a surprise from her favorite artist, Macklemore.
Fixes for hair problems; Boris Kodjoe ("Station 19").
Rachael's home holiday decor; chef Marc Murphy ("Chopped") prepares easy holiday recipes; chef Ronnie Woo makes salted caramel pecan pie bars.
Benjamin Bradley (Netflix's "Holiday Home Makeover With Mr. Christmas") gives decorating advice; Rachael's former staffer Grant Melton shares two delicious cookie recipes; Rachael makes a cozy chicken casserole.
Rachael prepares an easy Florentine pasta with pantry staples; Katie Lee Biegel ("The Kitchen") shares her sun-dried tomato pasta recipe.
Rosie Perez ("The Flight Attendant"); chef Ryan Scott's ideas for holiday to-go meals -- from dinner to dessert; Rachael's Shanghai-style scallion noodles.
Tiffani Thiessen ("Deliciousness"); Rachael prepares an easy brisket; an amazing nurse helps out her fellow frontline workers.
Show business legend Candice Bergen ("Let Them All Talk"); Clinton Kelly's holiday strudel; Rachael makes a flavorful seafood supper.
Chicken-and-macaroni casserole topped with potato chips; chef José Andrés shares a favorite holiday dish; two local heroes feed their neighborhood.
"The Great Christmas Light Fight'' hosts, Taniya Nayak and Carter Oosterhouse, are going head-to-head in their annual holiday décor tip-off. They're sharing four DIY tips, including how to flock a Christmas tree using materials you probably already have at home! In the kitchen, Rachael is making the perfect stuffed omelets for brunch. Plus, a special holiday performance of "Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas" by Shaggy.
Rachael is showing you how to make the slow-cooked beef and polenta dinner she plans on making for her own family this Christmas! And speaking of family, Rach's sister, Maria, is sharing two family Christmas cookie recipes — and reminiscing with a few sweet stories. Plus, creative edible wreath appetizers from our culinary staffer, Jeanette.
Actress Ryan Michelle Bathe is talking about her movie "Sylvie's Love," which she co-stars in alongside Tessa Thompson and Eva Longoria. Then, design duo Nate Berkus and Jeremiah Brent are showing off their festive tabletop. And Rach is taking us on a tour of her dreamy outdoor holiday décor!
Rachael has got a feast of holiday snacks today for Christmas Eve! She's serving up Eggplant Croquettes, Fried Stuffed Sage Leaves and her Grandpa's Artichokes. And party-planner-to-the-stars, Mary Giuliani, is ringing in 2021 early with her Carbonara Grilled Cheese Bites for New Year's Eve. Plus, a holiday performance by The Cringe, Rach + some special guests.
Chef Anne Burrell makes a Dutch baby pancake with an apple and bacon topping; financial expert Rachel Cruze.
Tim Tebow on his new children's book and three puppies; Rachael makes a frittata and spanakopita; Molly Yeh ("Girl Meets Farm").
Real estate broker Ryan Serhant ("Million Dollar Listing New York"); chef Rosemary Shrager; roasted tomato and bread soup.
Rachael cuts John's hair; TV host Jeremy Parsons; Rachael makes a French chicken dinner.
Chef Jet Tila serves up his tricks for quick mashed potatoes and roast chicken; bacon burger night.
Ben and Erin Napier (HGTV's "Home Town") demonstrate a DIY project that can be done with things people already have at home; Bruce Greenwood ("The Resident").
Daphne Oz makes a healthy, cheesy comfort food; save vs. spend with affordable athleisure trends; Rachael makes a simple winter stew.
Daymond John ("Shark Tank"); a woman who started a program to help students adapt to remote learning.
Bacon-cheddar burgers; Ali Wentworth (podcast "Go Ask Ali").
Roast chicken dinner in one pan; Amanda Freitag ("Chopped") makes pork tenderloin; Gina Torres ("9-1-1: Lone Star").
Maple pork chops with garlicky mashed potatoes; Tom Payne ("Prodigal Son").
Rob Lowe talks about his hit show "9-1-1: Lone Star" + shares the behind-the-scenes scoop on what it's like working with his son who's a writer on the show. (Spoiler alert: His son calls him "Rob" on set. LOL!) In the kitchen, Rachael's cooking Roasted Cauliflower Orecchiette for dinner.
Rachael is serving up a Lemon Risotto that can be stirred up in no time. Then, Nico Santos from "Crazy Rich Asians" is dishing on the new season of "Superstore." Plus, we're breaking down the best online deals for Valentine's Day gifts and skincare gadgets.
Today, we're gearing up for the biggest day in football with New England Patriots player Brandon Copeland! In the kitchen, Rachael is making the perfect game day dish — Stuffed Potato Skins!
Rachael's ending the week with a pasta and bacon dish! Then, she and John are answering more of your questions in another Q & Ray + J segment. Plus, meet an incredible chef who pivoted in a big way during the pandemic.
Quarterback Alex Smith; chef Carla Hall prepares chicken tortilla meatballs.
Using kitchen gadgets to make tacos; stuffed eggplants; a gadget guru shares the hottest new tech of 2021.
Chef Richard Blais has to make a delicious dish using buttermilk and ground pork; an expert breaks down home trends at low prices.
New York Giants' Rashad Jennings and Kansas City Chiefs' Trent Green compete in a virtual Super Bowl recipe cook-off; Jeff Mauro ("The Kitchen") judges and cooks.
Katherine Heigl (Netflix's "Firefly Lane"); husband Josh Kelley performs; Bobby Flay makes bucatini in a traditional Italian sauce; Rachael serves up a meat-free ragout.
Priyanka Chopra Jonas; Rachael makes a classic lentil soup; former staffer Grant Melton prepares Valentine's Day cookies.
Camila Alves McConaughey makes a bacon bouquet; Rosemary Shrager bakes up scones; Rachael prepares beef lo mein.
John Cusimano makes an easy chicken saltimbocca; Rachael's sister Maria prepares chocolate-almond tarte; Rachael and John end the show with a song.
Parenting during a pandemic; Time magazine's first Kid of the Year; Rachael makes a dish that can be eaten for breakfast, lunch or dinner.
Ty Pennington's home renovation; two super-foods that can be easily added to any meal; Rachael serves up English muffin burgers for brunch, lunch or dinner.
How to get better sleep; online steals; Rachael makes a Moroccan chicken dinner.
Drew Barrymore ("The Drew Barrymore Show"); medical must-haves for the home; Rachael makes a comfort meal for a cold day.
Meals with bagels; Lou Diamond Phillips ("Prodigal Son").
Freddie Prinze Jr. ("Punky Brewster"); reversible DIY home décor advice for the commitment-phobic; pasta night at Rachael's house.
Lauren Ash ("Superstore"); a virtual event for the Muttville Senior Dog Rescue; eggplant parm for dinner.
Michael Peña ("Tom and Jerry"); Jay-Z's stylist, June Ambrose; Rachael makes dinner using a store-bought rotisserie chicken and easy egg noodles.
Jason Biggs ("Cherries Wild"); chef Michael Solomonov makes Moroccan donuts; Rachael prepares Italian-style chili.
Ethan Suplee ("Remember the Titans"). Mally Roncal ayuda a una madre a cambiar su aspecto. Rachael prepara un platillo sencillo.
Clinton Kelly prepares a no-bake dessert; Rachael makes salad with sliced steak and a Caesar-style dressing; relaxing with the voice from Netflix's "Headspace Guide to Meditation."
Rachael makes a tomato pizza on a sheet pan; Nadiya Hussain ("The Great British Bake Off") prepares a chicken dinner.
French onion risotto; Rachael and husband John Cusimano answer viewers' questions; Kyan Douglas shows off his favorite at-home grooming gadgets.
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