Rachael Ray

"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."

Monday to Friday 11:00 PM et/pt on Syndicated
6 Seasons, 119 Episodes
September 18, 2006
Talk & Interview
4.4/10
Cast: Rachael Ray
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  • Jeff Mauro cooks a BLT; and Daymond John stops by.

  • Nutritionist Keri Glassman reveals the superfoods of 2018, including charcoal; Matthew Rhys, star of "The Americans," talks about his role in the movie, "The Post"; Rachael makes a roasted-veggie soup; and a loveable pup and the veterinarian who rescued him are featured.

  • Katie Lee makes buffalo-chicken hoagies; Peter Walsh reveals how to clean cleaning products; "NCIS" star Emily Wickersham is in the house; and Rach cooks up sweet-onion burgers.

  • Kids test products that could solve common family dilemmas, like waking up on time and keeping school lunches hot; science experiments are featured; Anne Burrell makes a classic kids' lunch; and Rachael makes buffalo-chicken grilled cheese.

  • A man and a woman who both lost half their body weight are spotlighted; chef Richard Blais shows how to prep for a game-day party; and Hugh Bonneville chats with Rach about his movie, "Paddington 2."

  • Kitchen, beauty routine, DIY and organization essentials are discussed; Peter Walsh has an ultimate guide to folding clothes; HGTV's John Gidding reveals the design tools he always carries with him; and Rach cooks a two-sauce baked ziti.

  • Chef Curtis Stone is co-host and cooks a stir-fry dish; Rachael's real-life dentist shares his best tips for healthy smiles; Ray the Butcher has smart ways to get cheaper cuts at the meat counter; and Rachael makes a twist on the Philly cheesesteak.

  • Dr. Ian Smith breaks down five health trends; two fashion trendsetters talk about how to rock this season's styles at any size; two sisters eat their way through New York's trendiest desserts; and Rach serves up a one-skillet chicken dinner with veggies.

  • A backstage look at the prep kitchen, greenrooms and makeup and art departments; answering questions about the show on "Q and Ray." Also: a Rachael super-fan gets a surprise; and one viewer decides what's for dinner: bacon-and-onion rigatoni.

  • It's our confessions episode, and we've got a dermatologist and a weight loss pro spilling their best secrets! Is sleeping in your makeup really THAT bad? CAN you still lose weight while eating your favorite foods? We've got the answers to those questions

  • Your best self in 2018? We've got 18 weight-loss tips to help you start the year off strong! First, "Biggest Loser”’s Bob Harper says he’s putting carbs back on your plate

  • We're kicking off 2018 right

  • Buddy Valastro, the Cake Boss, demonstrates a do-it-yourself Santa-themed cake; organizing professional Peter Walsh discusses different ways to store holiday decorations; gift-wrapping tips are presented; Rachael prepares a holiday potato dish.

  • Rach and her husband, John, are rolling out holiday-cheese balls, including John's smoky bacon whiskey cheese ball; they're cooking up chicken-cordon-bleu meatballs; DIY pro Brit Morin shares easy, adorable crafts idea, like a snow globe made out of a wine glass; and one family gets a puppy for their kids as a holiday surprise.

  • A woman who's heading home for the holidays gets a head-to-toe makeover; Broadway and YouTube star Todrick Hall busts out dance moves and talks about his new role in "Chicago"; and Rachael cooks up Italian lasagna with meat and sausage.

  • The crew from Ghetto Gastro cook up dinner and a cocktail; Ginger Zee stops by; the audience goes home with a giveaway; and Rach serves up a spin on fried chicken.

  • Chef Curtis Stone is Rachael's holiday helper and makes stuffed peppers and a winter sangria; two crafty lumberjacks have last-minute holiday décor tips using stuff from around the house; and Rach is cooking up a pasta dinner with Noah Galvin, the star of the Broadway hit "Dear Evan Hansen."

  • People Magazine editorial director, Jess Cagle, counts down the magazine's top stories of 2017, including Prince Harry's engagement to Meghan Markle; the time Meghan sat down at Rach's kitchen table is revisited; chef Missy Robbins shares a recipe from her book; and Henry Winkler hangs with Rach.

  • Ayesha Curry bakes two sweet treats, including bananas foster; Kyan Douglas helps viewers pull off new hairdos for the new year with styles trending on Pinterest, like rose gold-dyed hair; and Rachael makes garlic and oil spaghetti with broccoli rabe.

  • Rachael makes bite-sized treats for a holiday bash, including lasagna cupcakes; a fashion pro shares simple tricks to get designer holiday looks for less; "The Tenors" have a festive performance; and Rach puts a twist on nachos.

  • Jason Mraz sings two songs and serves up a tune with his Broadway co-star from their show "Waitress"; Gail Simmons from "Top Chef" cooks latkes two ways; and Rach makes beef-pot pie with a cheddar crust.

  • A surprise chef hands out gifts to the audience; Rach plays a round of "What Am I Touching?" to see if she can guess the identities of different animals; an illusionist wows the audience with a trick; and Rach cooks up a hearty winter-pasta dinner.

  • "The Great Christmas Light Fight" hosts Carter Oosterhouse and Taniya Nayak are going tip-to-tip with their best holiday décor fixes; Miranda Cosgrove is hanging with Rach; and Ben Bailey is here to get ready for the revival of "Cash Cab."

  • Rene Russo dishes on her movie, "Just Getting Started"; and chef Jacques Pepin is in the kitchen.

  • Three viewers test time-saving holiday gadgets for Christmas trees, bows and cookie dough; chef Floyd Cardoz is in the kitchen with a winter-chicken dish; and Rachael makes sweet-and-smoky sausage casserole.

  • Patricia Heaton gives the scoop on the final season of "The Middle" and answers rapid-fire questions in the hot seat; Rachael makes a baked-pasta dish that can feed a holiday crowd; and John Gidding comes to the rescue of one mom who hates decorating.

  • "World News Tonight" anchor David Muir stops by; Rachael reveals how sites like Pinterest and Google can help get the biggest bang for the buck; and Rachael's making a hearty veggie soup.

  • Carol Burnett takes questions from the audience; HGTV's "Cousins" talk Christmas trees, from picking the perfect tree to secret decorating tricks; "Scandal" star Bellamy Young is in the house; and Rachael makes bacon cheeseburgers.

  • Rach's hubby, John, is shaking up cocktails with three pantry staples; design pro Genevieve Gorder has four bottom of the paint can DIY tricks; Gretta Monahan has ideas for using up the last bits of beauty product; and Rach is making chicken schnitzel.

  • Bob Saget plays a guessing game, "Stump the Saget"; chef Ryan Scott uses Thanksgiving leftovers to make great ideas for the holidays; and Rach serves up a classic eggplant and sausage ragu.

  • Six viewers deck it out in a "Holiday Viewer Tip-Off" with their best tips in DIY, fashion and food for a chance to win $5,000; design pro Genevieve Gorder, fashion expert Gretta Monahan, and the studio audience are playing judge; and Rach has a posole recipe made with leftover turkey.

  • Gayle King reveals some of Oprah's Favorite Things, and one audience member wins all 102 of them; Rachael shares the meal she serves her family every year for Thanksgiving: whiskey-brined turkey, apple-onion stuffing, mashed potatoes and no-fail gravy.

  • Tyler Perry stops by; Rachael goes on a field trip to give thanks to the troops in person; Rachael teaches "Turkey Carving 101"; chefs Marc Murphy and Amanda Freitag prep for leftovers; and Rach makes leftover-turkey chili.

  • Anthony Anderson stops by the kitchen table; and a mom who's given birth to multiple sets of multiples is given a makeover.

  • Whoopi Goldberg hangs with Rachael; and Rach tries out one of the latest dessert trends: slab pies.

  • Organization pro Peter Walsh and chef Richard Blais share their best tips for everything from cooking to carving to cleaning; Rach is making pimento mac and cheese with chorizo; and adorable puppies rescued from Puerto Rico are featured.

  • Daphne Oz puts decadent toppings like chocolate and caramel on store-bought pumpkin pies and shares ideas for Thanksgiving hostess gifts; Krysten Ritter ("Jessica Jones") gives Rach a knitting lesson; and Rachael makes a dinner with turkey leftovers.

  • Chefs Anne Burrell and Jet Tila team up with two couponing experts to see who can create the most Thanksgiving dishes for the least amount of money; Billy Ray Cyrus is back at Rach's kitchen table; and Rachael makes cornbread and chili.

  • "DailyMailTV" host Jesse Palmer is Rachael's co-host for the day; they're joined by chef Christopher Kimball, who shares handy Thanksgiving cooking gadgets; and "Scandal" star Bellamy Young is in the house.

  • "Top Chef's" Gail Simmons teaches one cookie criminal an easy homemade recipe; "Hot Bench" judge Patricia DiMango settles foodie feuds; Shemar Moore is in the house; and Rachael makes Reubens.

  • A tired mom, a restless sleeper and a sleep eater test gadgets that claim to help people sleep; Dr. Drew Pinsky helps settle holiday family feuds; Rach's culinary team share four cranberry-sauce swaps; and Rach serves up buffalo-ranch-chicken-cobb salad.

  • Kate Hudson cooks a taco-night meal; "A Bad Moms Christmas" star Kathryn Hahn spills some of her own mom-fails; design pro Taniya Nayak helps tame one over-the-top zebra bedroom in a stylish make-under; and Rach cooks pork tenderloin for dinner.

  • Jessica Alba surprises one mom with a crash course in tidying up; organizational pro Peter Walsh is headed out on the high seas to tackle the ultimate small space; and Rachael cooks stuffed peppers for dinner.

  • Rachael and co-host chef Curtis Stone get a taste of their foodie pals' favorite spots all across the country; Curtis makes a meatball sub; chef Josh Capon prepares a meat-and-potatoes supper; Rachael cooks up steak; a favorite NYC restaurant.

  • Debra Messing; Dr. Travis Stork has easy fixes for common ailments; two tasty pressure-cooker recipes; Rachael's must-haves for fall; a one-skillet chicken dinner.

  • Sunny Anderson makes chili; supermodel Molly Sims brings birthday-party ideas; a celebrity party planner reveals her tricks for the ultimate Friendsgiving, including making one's own wine; Rachael cooks up the taste of Thanksgiving in a cheeseburger.

  • Rachael's husband, John, mixes a party-friendly Halloween grog; Rach cooks up Tuscan-style turkey legs; actress Debi Mazar and her husband, chef Gabriele Corcos, are in the kitchen with chicken strips with a spicy-pesto dip; and 'Shark Tank's' Daymond John and Barbara Corcoran share last-minute Halloween costumes.

  • Denis Leary answers rapid-fire questions; Cyndi Lauper joins Rach at the kitchen table for the first time; two décor pros have last-minute Halloween ideas for cheap, and Rachael's got a brand-new burger.

  • Actress Julianne Moore gives a tour of her home; Al Roker and wife Deborah Roberts; Rachael prepares grilled chicken and roasted squash.

  • Rachael celebrates her 2,000th show; talk-show host Oprah Winfrey; Emeril Lagasse makes a classic Italian dinner; Rachael's celebrity pals surprise her all hour long; one of the show's biggest giveaways ever.

  • Alfonso Ribeiro ('America's Funniest Home Videos'); a hairstylist gets a makeunder; Rachael makes a one-skillet supper with sausage, pepper and onion.

  • Actress Valerie Bertinelli makes easy slow-cooker dishes; French onion dip that can be turned into three different versions of French-bread pizza; a teacher gets made over with fall's hottest fashion trends.

  • Actress Gabrielle Union-Wade; a former CIA officer gives parents trick-or-treating safety advice; Rachael makes souvlaki.

  • Favorite dishes and twists on the classics from Lidia Bastianich, Scott Conant and Fabio Viviani. Also: Lidia goeson a grocery run and teaches how to shop like an Italian; Rachael's husband, John, makes a cocktail; and Rach serves up roasted chicken and sausage.

  • Experts reveal the three most important questions to ask at a job interview, the doctor's office and more; Daymond John from "Shark Tank" shares interview tips; Andrew Zimmern answers quirky questions; and Rachael makes an Oktoberfest-inspired dinner.

  • Chef Rocco DiSpirito makes three healthy breakfasts, including a bacon, egg and cheese sandwich; Elizabeth Vargas from "20/20" is here to celebrate the show's 40th anniversary; Rachael makes minestrone soup. Also: fixes for fall allergies.

  • Paul Reiser talks joining Season 2 of "Stranger Things"; Lana Parrilla from "Once Upon a Time" is hanging with Rach; "Food Network Star" winner Jason Smith serves up TV-watching snacks; and Rachael's making lasagna.

  • How to save big bucks on food and fashion; how to eat healthy without being wealthy; foolproof recipes for chips, dips and more; how to cut a grocery bill in half. Also: one fashion pro reveals her secrets for dressing head-to-toe for under $100; and Rach has a meal for breakfast, lunch or dinner.

  • Rach cooks a two-for-one, five-ingredient pasta dish; Jeff Mauro of Food Network's "The Kitchen" makes his grandma's four-ingredient sausage bread; Clodagh McKenna makes three one-sheet suppers; and award-winning actress Judith Light joins Rach.

  • Whitney Cummings gives Rach the scoop on her new book; HGTV's "Cousins" have three easy projects to help use leftover materials from DIY projects; five ways to make the most out of a trip to the butcher; and Rachael's got a twist on spaghetti.

  • Daym Drops heads to the home of the Philadelphia Eagles to try their best game day grub; Philly native and star of "SEAL Team" David Boreanaz gets to play taste-tester; a meal-prep guru shares how to stretch his Caribbean chicken recipe into five meals; and Rachael makes Tex-Mex bowls with chipotle dressing.

  • Sarah Michelle Gellar helps one viewer turn baking blunders into wonders; three cooks from classic restaurants in Philly, New York, and Chicago test kitchen tools in "Human Lab"; Brit Morin shares easy fixes for DIY fails; and Rach cooks a fall dish.

  • Anthony Anderson answers the audience's rapid-fire questions; magician Oz Pearlman from "America's Got Talent" performs his latest trick; and Rach has a new pasta dish with eggplant sauce.

  • Regis Philbin is Rachael's co-host, and they're joined by chef Richard Blais, who is blazing through as many dishes as he can in less than 60 minutes, using ingredients from a viewer's fridge; Mark Feuerstein from "9JKL" cooks spaghetti with his dad; and Rachael makes chicken salad.

  • A man gets a makeover weeks prior to his wedding; Rachael prepares upside-down cakes; actor Keith Carradine visits

  • Jussie Smollett of the television series "Empire" takes a blind taste test; Jack Smollett visits; a dog gets a makeover; chef Alex Guarnaschelli prepares roasted chicken; Rachael prepares spaghetti and meatballs.

  • Queen Latifah discusses the television series "Star!"; a celebrity party planner discusses some of the methods she utilizes while working; ways to use an old smartphone are discussed; Rachael prepares a dish of orange-glazed pork chops.

  • Rachael talks with three women who look younger than they really are about their anti-aging secrets; a nutritionist discusses foods with anti-aging properties; Deborah Norville of "Inside Edition" visits; Rachael prepares a gluten-free quesadilla.

  • "Blue Bloods" star Donnie Wahlberg and Jenny McCarthy answering the audience's relationship questions; foodie correspondent Daym Drops learns how to make authentic mozzarella that Rachael uses to make pork pizzaiola for dinner.

  • Catherine Zeta-Jones stops by; three viewers test-run three innovative bras, including one bra that can be worn ten different ways; and Rachael's making her twist on an Italian classic, zucchini parmigiana.

  • Wyclef Jean celebrates his new album; a couple that lost over 300 pounds combined get makeovers; and Rachael makes spaghetti topped with buttered-almond breadcrumbs.

  • Dr. Oz and his daughter, Daphne, square off in a foodie tip-off; fitness legend Denise Austin duels with her daughter to see who brings the best health and fitness tips; the mom and daughter behind HGTV's "Good Bones" share DIY décor tips; and Rachael makes a chicken-and-veggies dinner.

  • Jake Gyllenhaal is at the kitchen table with Rach with the real-life star of his movie, "Stronger," Jeff Bauman; Rach cooks a double cheeseburger; and rapper Action Bronson serves up onion rings from his cookbook.

  • Chef Ryan Scott tries to redeem himself after a customer's bad Yelp review; a heartbroken bride gets a second chance at her dream-wedding dress; "Star Trek: Discovery" star Sonequa Martin-Green stops by; and Rachael makes grilled-chicken Reubens with bacon.

  • Two kid chefs square off in a "Big Chef/Little Chef Showdown" with help from Cooking Channel's "Pizza Cousins" and Duff Goldman; chef Jacques Pépin and his granddaughter are the judges; and Rach cooks smoky pulled-chicken-BBQ sandwiches.

  • Nate Berkus shares three DIY tricks and gets a lesson in the kitchen from chef Chris Kimball, who shows him three ways to cook perfect eggs; Walton Goggins from "Vice Principals" shows Rach how to make a cocktail; and Rach has spicy steak for dinner.

  • Drew and Jonathan Scott answer viewers' DIY questions; Drew's showing off his moves from the upcoming season of "Dancing With the Stars"; Graham Norton is hanging with Rach; and Rachael's putting her favorite pizza toppings on spaghetti.

  • For National Cheeseburger Day, Eva Longoria shows Rach how she builds her perfect burger; NASCAR drivers compete in a high-speed burger-stacking challenge; the guys behind BuzzFeed's hit series "Worth It" put three of New York's burgers to the test; and Rachael's making a bacon and egg cheeseburger.

  • Clinton Kelly from "The Chew" pulls off a red-carpet-worthy makeover for one woman who hasn't cut her hair in years; "Entertainment Tonight" host Kevin Frazier breaks down the Emmy's award races; and Rachael's husband, John, goes on a foodie field trip.

  • Rach and chef Curtis Stone are cooking up an hour's worth of winner-winner chicken dinners; Curtis breaks down the three basic methods of preparing a chicken cutlet; and Rachael's cooking chicken under a brick with rosemary and garlic.

  • DailyMailTV host Jesse Palmer is hanging with Rach; New York Giants super fan Sunny Anderson teams up with Big Blue legend Amani Toomer to compete against Anne Burrell and Bart Scott; Julianne Hough gives Rach the scoop on her new workout routine; and Rachael serves up garlic-parm chicken wings.

  • Rach unveils her brand-new set kitchen; Emeril Lagasse surprises one super-fan live from New Orleans, and they're heading straight to his restaurant; "Biggest Loser" trainer Bob Harper has a surprise reunion with the woman who helped him get his start in the fitness world; and Rachael's cooking up the dish Bob's been craving for months.

  • In the Season 12 premiere, Dr. Ian Smith is back with a "Human Lab" that helps viewers test products that could make them look ten pounds thinner; and Rachael makes a steak dinner. Also: a facial mask made with wine; how to trim a DIY budget with tips from a blogger who makes over entire rooms for just $100.

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