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Doesn't she just grate on your nerves sometimes? I don't have a problem with her recipes but I'd rather not listen to her chipper talk for 30 minutes! Sheesh!

She's the one that started the trend of calling extra virgin olive oil "evoo," isn't she?

Rachel Ray must go.

Retch-l Ray. Gah, I get all choky and stabby. Stabby!

IT TAKES LONGER TO SAY "E-V-O-O" THAN IT DOES TO SAY OLIVE OIL!!

Sorry, I *am* calm. I *AM* calm!!

It was actually a glen plaid and houndstooth patterned scarf. That would make sense if glen plaid and houndstooth were symbols of terrorism. I've been terrorised by the country club sect for years...

(and EVOO wouldn't be so bad if she didn't say "that's extra virgin olive oil" after every time she said it.)

Mary: Yeah, if you have to constantly explain an acronym, it's probably not worth your time to use it.

Heather: But the big picture is actually rather promising. One less Rachael Ray commercial is one less Rachael Ray commercial, after all. We should all chip in and hire her a crack team of Arab stylists.

Adele: Yes. And Yum-O was hers, too. Oh, the humanity.

Heather: I can do without her hyper-caffeinated chitchat, too, but she's still in the "winning hearts and minds" phase of the plot. Thank goodness we found her out when we did.

I have a couple of those scarves, too.
Don't wear 'em, due to jelly-doughnut stains.

CC: I have a feeling you're already on Bush's Most Wanted list!

This may not be a popular opinion here but I actually don't dislike Rachel Rey. I think she caters to a particular demographic (busy, beginner cooks) and I find her perkiness cute, though a bit over the top. I have one of her books and have found that her recipes don't really work, but other than that, I think foodies make way too big a deal about hating her. As for the ad, I find the whole thing TOTALLY ridiculous. Sweeping generalization and intolerance drive me crazy. Not everything Arab-related is jihadist. PLEASE!

This may not be a popular opinion here but I actually don't dislike Rachel Rey. I think she caters to a particular demographic (busy, beginner cooks) and I find her perkiness cute, though a bit over the top. I have one of her books and have found that her recipes don't really work, but other than that, I think foodies make way too big a deal about hating her. As for the ad, I find the whole thing TOTALLY ridiculous. Sweeping generalization and intolerance drive me crazy. Not everything Arab-related is jihadist. PLEASE!

But you've got to admit she had a great chicken violated wtih a beer can on the grill recipe.

Why am I just finding this blog now!? YOURE MY HERO!! this post is friggin hilarious. but i got to be honest - i cant stand when people say ray-ray is for the busy beginner cook... WHAT!? her meals do NOT take 30 minutes - its a big lie! if people think they need rachael ray to teach them how to cook cause they are busy then there is no hope for my faith in the food network. its all a big marketing ploy and too many americans have bought into it.

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