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Originally posted 01/23/2015 06:25PM
It might be unimaginable to think that kissing Johnny Depp could more trouble than it's worth, but that appears to have been the case for his Mortdecai costar, Gwyneth Paltrow.
Paltrow, 42, stopped by The Rachael Ray Show to discuss working with Depp and the mustache that made her laugh so much she was afraid she was going to get fired from the film.
In the movie, Depp, 51, who plays the titular character, wears a particularly insane mustache that makes his wife, played by Paltrow, gag.
Originally posted 12/17/2014 04:00PM
Less is more! Especially when it comes to cooking a weeknight meal
Originally posted 08/21/2014 06:00AM
Leave it to the food pros to add some special flavor to their version of the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge
Originally posted 03/03/2014 06:00PM
An 11-year-old gets the surprise of a lifetime on television.
Originally posted 02/16/2014 07:45PM
Looking for a special way to celebrate birthdays with your pet? Let them eat cake – courtesy of Rachael Ray!
The celeb chef created a scrumptious bacon and beef birthday cake for dog Isaboo's 9th birthday last week, and here's your chance to do the same for your favorite pups.
In addition to being taste-tested by Ray's team, the cake easily earned Isaboo's bark of approval. "Paws down, best cake ever!" she Tweeted, sharing a picture of the pit bull digging in.
Originally posted 10/24/2013 06:35PM
The decadent burger – complete with garlic butter and Fieri's famous Donkey Sauce on a brioche roll – won at the New York Wine & Food Festival's Burger Bash
Originally posted 10/10/2013 10:40AM
Bill and Hillary Clinton have very strong powers of persuasion. Just ask their daughter, Chelsea – she's feeling the pressure from both of them to have a baby.
The 33-year-old – who recently admitted that she'd like to become a mom in the next year – tells Rachael Ray on Friday's episode of her show that the former president and secretary of state are using strong-arm tactics on her.
"There is completely unapologetic pressure. In private and in public," she admits. "If one of my parents were sitting here, they would tell you without blinking an eye that it would make them the happiest thing on earth if I were to make them grandparents, and they would say it so effusively, and I would feel a bit of pressure."
Originally posted 09/18/2013 03:00PM
Linda Ronstadt, the 11-time Grammy-winning recording artist who has been diagnosed with Parkinson's, says that her "painful" disease has not only forced her to stop singing but also now requires her to have assistance with daily activities.
"It is painful ... I can't sing at all," the singer, 67, admits tells Rachael Ray on her show airing Friday. "Things that require a lot of coordination with your hands, like brushing your teeth or washing your hair ... It's hard to ask other people to do things for me. I feel like a big demanding baby."
The silky smooth songstress, whose book Simple Dreams: A Musical Memoir was released Sept. 17, tells Ray and co-host Regis Philbin that music is still a large part of her life and that there are a number of current artists she greatly admires.
Originally posted 10/25/2012 05:05PM
Rachael Ray, zookeeper?
She's not quitting her day job, but for a fun visit to the Philly Zoo, the talk show host got to work closely with the animals, like this giraffe.
In addition to feeding an entire family of giraffes and giving watermelon to tortoises, Ray approached a lion named Zenda (staying a safe distance outside the female's den) and fed Zenda some evaporated milk, one of her favorite treats.
Originally posted 10/18/2012 11:25AM
If it seems like the food truck trend has gotten a bit ... mutty lately, blame Rachael Ray.
The talk show host introduced a mobile food truck to New York City on Thursday, and its intended clientele are of the four-legged variety: dogs.
Ray, a passionate animal advocate, used the "pup-up truck" as a vehicle to unveil a new line of wet dog food from her charitable pet food company, Nutrish. The first in line at Columbus Circle were local rescue pooches from Best Friends Animal Society. On the menu? Chicken muttballs, chicken paw pie, beef stroganwoof and tail waggin' turkey.
"I cook doggie versions of all the human meals I make," Ray told PEOPLE at the pup-up truck's first stop. She first toyed with the ideas for the wet food line, called Nutrish Naturally Delish, in Every Day with Rachael Ray magazine.
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