Rachael Ray News Archive
The 2014 People's Choice Awards may not be until January 8th, but the nominations are here today!
What movies, music, and TV shows do you the viewers, listeners, and also viewers think is the best?
We'll find out soon enough, with the help of co-hosts Kat Dennings and Beth Behrs!
And speaking of winners, see the full list of nominees …AFTER THE JUMP!!!
Rachael Ray was spotted strolling down the streets of NYC.
She was walking her adorbz dog through the West Village while carrying a very Halloweeny looking bag of greens.
We wonder what she's cooking up…
It better not have anything to do with that dog!
We are totally NOT cool with eating dogs! Even if they're so cute you want to just "eat them up" it's still not acceptable.
We're sure that's not the case, we bet Rachael is the best dog owner!
Way to not eat your pup, Rachael! You go, gurrrrl!
[Image via Splash News.]
The Voice super-stud took his talents and tastes to the Rachael Ray Show earlier this week and explained just how he did it!!!
Believe it or not, the lovable big guy drank loads and loads of TY KU!
Ch-ch-check out his confession…AFTER THE JUMP!!!
Summertime = hotdogs, right everyone??
Sure, if you think about them too long you'll get grossed out by how processed and awful they are — we can't really argue that. If you're blindly hungry, though, is there anything better than a properly grilled hot dog and an ice cold brew at the end of a hot summer day??
That's why we were pumped to see Rachael Ray on GMA this morning teaching the world about making a better hot dog! YES, you can be making yours better! Just watch and see! LOLz!
Now we're hungry! It's just too bad we started thinking about hotdogs and what's in them now! Ha!
Basically, the challenge is a contest that tries to inspire animal shelters across the country to try new and interesting ways to involve and engage their communities, hopefully saving as many dogs and cats as possible.
The shelter who saves the most lives during the three-month contest gets the $100,000.
Vice president of Community Outreach at the ASPCA said: