Restaurant cites worldwide freakout over its french fries
WATERVILLE, Maine (AP) — A Maine restaurant says news about the anger surrounding a change in its french fries has reached people all over the world.
RIGHT AT HOME: Storage for the urban kitchen
For city dwellers, adaptability comes in handy in the kitchen. Urban kitchens are typically tiny, presenting storage challenges.
And for food storage, there's also the frequent problem of unwelcome houseguests, like mice or bugs.
Luckily, there's a lot of great gear to keep perishables and pantry goods organized and protected, much of it pretty stylish too.
Technicolor hair: Painted rainbow masterpieces refine the vivid coloring trend
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WELLINGTON, Kan. — Ursula Goff has brought waves of color to small-town Kansas — and the rest of the nation.
She was recently on the Rachael Ray Show with a segment featuring her rainbow hair art.
“The rainbow hair trend has been flooding our social media feeds for quite some time now — but one extremely popular hairstylist from Kansas named Ursula Goff, has truly taken the phenomenon to another level,” Cristina Corvina wrote for the Rachael Ray Show.
Smucker to buy company behind Rachael Ray dog food
NEW YORK (AP) — J.M. Smucker Co. said Wednesday that it will buy the maker of Rachael Ray-branded dog food as it looks to expand into the premium pet-food business.
Greenwich fund sells Rachael Ray Nutrish maker for $1.9B
J.M. Smucker is spending $1.9 billion to acquire Ainsworth Pet Nutrition from the company’s founding family and Greenwich-based private equity fund L Catterton, which invested in the maker of Rachael Ray Nutrish pet food in 2014.
Correction: Rainbow Hair Art story
WELLINGTON, Kan. (AP) — In a story March 24 about a Kansas woman gaining attention for rainbow hairstyles, The Associated Press misspelled the last name of a writer for the "Rachael Ray Show." Her name is Cristina Corvino, not Cristina Corvina.
A corrected version of the story is below:
Kansas woman gains popularity with rainbow hairstyles
A small-town Kansas woman is gaining national attention for her rainbow hair art
Delish! Whitehall library’s Cookbook Club to be featured on Rachael Ray show
The hottest restaurant in town might just be a local library.
That comes as no surprise to members of the Whitehall Public Library's Cookbook Club, who will be featured on the Feb. 23 episode of Rachael Ray.
Following an email inquiry about the group, producers of the daytime talk show visited the tiny library at 100 Borough Park Drive and filmed an impromptu cookbook club discussion about Ray's latest book, "Everyone Is Italian on Sunday."
UTSA grad and Spurs loyalist Michelle Beadle embracing new TV gig
(Note: Jeanne Jakle is on the West Coast screening new shows and interviewing stars at the Television Critics Association’s spring preview)
PASADENA, California — ESPN star Michelle Beadle, a University of Texas at San Antonio grad with a fierce love for the Spurs, will leave “SportsNation” soon to start a new TV gig that promises to be a perfect fit for the playful and opinionated Texan.
Squish the San Antonio rescue dog brings Rachael Ray to tears
The story of Squish the rescue dog in San Antonio is about to hit a national television audience right in the feels.
The once-abused pooch with the crooked jaw and one eye will appear on “The Rachael Ray Show” at 9 a.m. Thursday on KMYS in a video call segment between the celebrity host and Squish with his San Antonio-based veterinarian owner, Danielle Boyd.
Dave’s Sweet Tooth Toffee sees sweet success
Dave Chmielewski would make toffee for fellow Detroit firefighters. It's now spread like fire across the world
Harrison Township — As a Detroit firefighter, Dave Chmielewski loved cooking for the guys stationed at Engine 60. He especially loved baking banana bread, cookies, pies — anything a sweet tooth would enjoy.
At a picnic one day, he tried a piece of toffee made by a woman who'd send it to a friend's engine house during the holidays.
Martha Stewart, others to attend women’s empowerment event
NEW YORK (AP) — Some famous friends will be on hand for Mika Brzezinski's latest "Know Your Value" event.
Martha Stewart, Sarah Jessica Parker and Jane Pauley are among those expected Oct. 30 for an all-day conference at Manhattan's Grand Hyatt hotel.
"Know Your Value" is based on the best-selling book by the co-host of MSNBC's "Morning Joe."
It takes a special type of person who loves the job of playing second fiddle to TV stars.
Comic Joey Kola is one of those gregarious and effusive individuals who loves interacting with TV audiences, having spent nearly three decades warming up folks for the likes of Rosie O’Donnell, David Letterman, John Stewart, Jane Pauley, Kevin James, Martha Stewart and celebrity chef Rachael Ray.
Chrissy Teigen's daughter won't eat the food she cooks.
The 31-year-old model has 13-month-old daughter Luna with her husband and musician John Legend, and has said it "breaks her heart" that the tot won't eat the food she prepares for her, but has no problem eating her grandmother's cooking.
As with her food, Rachael Ray delivers a versatile, timeless approach to home furnishings
On a recent morning, Phil Lodato, whose family runs the home furnishings store United House Wrecking in Stamford, heads to a settee from the Rachael Ray Home collection in the store’s design center. The shape is eye-catching, with a back that is a bit taller than one would expect.
Culinary class helps kids hone cooking chops in Sauk Rapids
SAUK RAPIDS, Minn. — Mary Levinski might not be teaching the next Bobby Flay or Rachael Ray. But if she can get her students to think outside the box — the box of macaroni and cheese that is — when it comes to cooking, she has done her job.
And that is what has drawn so many juniors and seniors at Sauk Rapids-Rice High School to introductory and advanced culinary classes, now in their 10th year at the school.
A Willow Grove couple, who went on their first date 33 years ago, will get married on today's Rachael Ray Show.