Monday Jul 28
Dallas Morning News
With just four chefs remaining on 'Food Network Star,' two call Texas home
In Sunday's episode of 'Food Network Star,' contestants joined Rachael Ray's show and cooked a meal for a family with some kind of dinner dilemma.
Sacramento Bee Newspaper
What's Cooking: Jam, the secret ingredient
Basmati rice and black beans go well with this spicy pork tenderloin dish. The fig-and-chili glaze also works well with chicken thighs.
Council OKs fee waivers at shelter
The City Council has approved a four-month waiver of some adoption fees at the Stockton Animal Shelter, a move that could put the reform-minded facility over the top in its quest to win $100,000 in a national contest.
Rachael Ray Kicks Off Tour to Help Shelter Cats in Need
At a chic studio space in New York, television host, foodie extraordinaire and pet lover Rachael Ray is in her element.
The Globe and Mail
J. Crew blasted for introducing size 000
As if the double-zero wasn't tiny enough, clothing companies have stooped to new lows with the launch of a new vanity size: 000.
Rachel Ray thinks new 000 size is 'ridiculous'
July 10, 2008. Rachel Ray, host of the syndicated talk/lifestyle program Rachael Ray and two Food Network series, shivers against the morning chill as she arrives at the 26th annual Allen & Co conference in Sun Valley, Idaho.
New York Daily News
TV chef Ray says tiny sizes are for zeroes
Rachael Ray says you'll never find her in a size triple-zero, the new size offered by retailer J. Crew.
Food Network's major oversight: Why a quest for ratings comes at a price
The Food Network has changed the way America cooks. It has turned a broad swath of Americans, me included, into amateur foodies.