appreciate the guest post, Emerson Moses
I first started watching Rachel Ray when she was on the Food Network. Her bubbly personality, her infectious laugh and those cute chipmunk cheeks of hers had me hooked from day one. She is now on the local network with syndicated shows all around the clock. We have satellite programming from http://www.direc4u.com/ so we are able to pause live TV which is better because I never have to wait for a commercial to go to the restroom.
Rachel Ray features all kinds of yummy recipes that can be prepared and cooked in less than an hour and she used to have a show wherein she spotlighted meals for less than forty dollars. I have copies of every single recipe from every single restaurant she ever visited because in my mind, I am this incredibly awesome chef. In reality, I have a giant box of recipes that probably have dust on them. Although, I will say, I went to extraordinary efforts to have the prettiest recipe box of all my friends; that should count for something. This current show she has, features lots of funny guests and that is better too because on the Food Network, she rarely had other people on with her. So, now she has people who make her laugh which makes me laugh and further bolsters the idea that the chef in my head will make it big one day.