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by Richard Gorelick and The Baltimore Sun | March 26, 2013
Cal Ripken Jr. is among Rachael Ray's guests on Wednesday's "Ballpark Bites" edition of the "Rachael Ray Show. " In the pre-taped segment, Ripken and Ray chat about Ripken's cooking specialties, their favorite parts of the game and his children's book series. Also on the show, which is dedicated to ballpark food, Ripken tries Ray's banh mi hot dog recipe, and Ray will also be making a brunch dog and BLT dog. The "Rachel Ray Show" with Ripken airs Wednesday morning at 10 a.m. on WMAR channel 2. #sigshell { padding: 10px; float: left; width: 320px; height: 52px; margin: 20px 0px; display: block; }
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By Susan Reimer, The Baltimore Sun | April 22, 2014
A Baltimore woman, who has been planning parties and weddings for two decades, is among five finalists in a cookbook competition sponsored by celebrity chef Rachael Ray. Linnyette Richardson-Hall is one step closer to having a cookbook published and winning more than $20,000 in prizes, including an appearance on Ray's show.  A spokesperson for Ray's "Great American Cookbook Competition" said the five finalists, chosen from entries from all...
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October 23, 2013
Baltimore Police officer Dan Waskiewicz responded to a call for a "vicious dog" last year and fell in love. The dog, a pit bull, had his tail between his legs and was being pelted by bottles thrown from nearby homes. Waskiewicz, who is stationed in Baltimore's Southern District, offered the dog water from his water bottle. "He was just scared," Waskiewicz told celebrity chef Rachael Ray last week. "Instead of calling the pound, we put him in the back of the patrol car and he fell asleep in my lap. I knew he was going to be mine.
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Richard Gorelick and The Baltimore Sun | November 14, 2013
Here's a round-up of Baltimore-area restaurants, diners and food-industry personalities that have appeared on various travel, cooking and reality TV shows.  Take a look at some memorable moments with Bobby Flay, Rachael Ray, Anthony Bourdain and Gordon Ramsay. View the full photo gallery here.      
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By Stephanie Shapiro and Stephanie Shapiro,Sun Reporter | September 17, 2006
She's groovy. She's cool. She's yummo! She's Rachael Ray and even if you own all of her cookbooks, (soon to number 16), have seen all of her Food Network programs, (a total of four), and read every issue of her magazine, Every Day with Rachael Ray, (going monthly in October), you still haven't spent enough time with her. Thank goodness Rachael Ray, a daily, one-hour syndicated talk show, launches tomorrow. Described in press materials as "an exciting and unpredictable hour of fun that celebrates the can-do spirit in every person and gives viewers the essentials for whole-hearted living," the show was tailored to Ray's bubbly personality and infectious curiosity.
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June 10, 2006
Quick marinade--Use a bottle of your favorite salad dressing as an instant marinade. - Every Day With Rachael Ray
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Richard Gorelick and The Baltimore Sun | November 14, 2013
Here's a round-up of Baltimore-area restaurants, diners and food-industry personalities that have appeared on various travel, cooking and reality TV shows.  Take a look at some memorable moments with Bobby Flay, Rachael Ray, Anthony Bourdain and Gordon Ramsay. View the full photo gallery here.      
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April 28, 2005
In the News Amber and Rob are registered for bridal gifts Not content with their $1 million-plus combined Survivor prize winnings and numerous trips won during The Amazing Race, reality lovebirds Amber Brkich and Rob Mariano have registered for various items essential to marital bliss at Target and Bed, Bath & Beyond. The registries indicate that well-wishers have already snapped up the cutlery, linens, soap dispensers, tortilla warmer, paper shredder and $550 Dyson vacuum cleaner. Rob, 29, and Amber, 26, actually married April 16, but as everyone knows, wedding gifts are still encouraged up to one year after the ceremony.
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December 14, 2003
National best sellers from data gathered and reported by Publishers Weekly. The number in parentheses indicates last week's position and may be greater than 10 as PW lists the top 15. Fiction . Weeks on list 1. (1) The Da Vinci Code, Dan Brown 38 2. (2) The Five People You Meet in Heaven, Mitch Albom 11 3. (3) The Big Bad Wolf, James Patterson 3 4. (4) Trojan Odyssey, Clive Cussler 2 5. (5) Wolves of the Calla (The Dark Tower, Book 5), Stephen King 5 6. (6) Shepherds Abiding, Jan Karon 7 7. (10)
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By KEVIN COWHERD | August 11, 2008
I go out to the mailbox the other day and there, curled up in the middle of the bills and junk mail that arrive like daily torture, is the new issue of O: The Oprah Magazine. This magazine is so thick, you could club somebody to death with it. It has 7,000 stories in every issue and all these ads and photos. If you're a mail carrier, you have to join a gym or start taking steroids to lift this thing out of your truck. This is why you see so many mail carriers with back problems. Lug a dozen O's around on an average route and you're wearing a truss for the rest of your life.
NEWS
October 23, 2013
Baltimore Police officer Dan Waskiewicz responded to a call for a "vicious dog" last year and fell in love. The dog, a pit bull, had his tail between his legs and was being pelted by bottles thrown from nearby homes. Waskiewicz, who is stationed in Baltimore's Southern District, offered the dog water from his water bottle. "He was just scared," Waskiewicz told celebrity chef Rachael Ray last week. "Instead of calling the pound, we put him in the back of the patrol car and he fell asleep in my lap. I knew he was going to be mine.
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by Richard Gorelick and The Baltimore Sun | March 26, 2013
Cal Ripken Jr. is among Rachael Ray's guests on Wednesday's "Ballpark Bites" edition of the "Rachael Ray Show. " In the pre-taped segment, Ripken and Ray chat about Ripken's cooking specialties, their favorite parts of the game and his children's book series. Also on the show, which is dedicated to ballpark food, Ripken tries Ray's banh mi hot dog recipe, and Ray will also be making a brunch dog and BLT dog. The "Rachel Ray Show" with Ripken airs Wednesday morning at 10 a.m. on WMAR channel 2. #sigshell { padding: 10px; float: left; width: 320px; height: 52px; margin: 20px 0px; display: block; }
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By Catherine Mallette, The Baltimore Sun | August 2, 2012
The race is on to save animal lives, one adoption at a time. The 2012 ASPCA Rachael Ray $100K Challenge kicks off Aug. 1. It's a 3-month competition among 50 animal shelters across the nation. Each shelter's goal is to increase their adoptions so they'll win some of the more than $500,000 in prize grants to be given away, including a grand prize of $100,000. Baltimore Animal Rescue and Care Shelter is one of the 50 contestants. They'll try to save at least 300 more cats and dogs during the months of August, September and October than they did during that same time period last year.
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By kevin cowherd and kevin cowherd,kevin.cowherd@baltsun.com | September 21, 2008
Let me begin by saying I'm not a foodie. I don't cook. The only thing I know about food is that I like stuffing my fat face with it. Yet somehow, I've gotten hooked on Food Network. Who knows how these things happen? But they happen fast. One minute you're watching an ESPN SportsCenter update on Peyton Manning, the next minute you're clicking over to Paula Dean rubbing herbs into a pork loin. Part of the reason I watch Food Network is that I've never seen people get so excited about food.
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By KEVIN COWHERD | August 11, 2008
I go out to the mailbox the other day and there, curled up in the middle of the bills and junk mail that arrive like daily torture, is the new issue of O: The Oprah Magazine. This magazine is so thick, you could club somebody to death with it. It has 7,000 stories in every issue and all these ads and photos. If you're a mail carrier, you have to join a gym or start taking steroids to lift this thing out of your truck. This is why you see so many mail carriers with back problems. Lug a dozen O's around on an average route and you're wearing a truss for the rest of your life.
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By Jill Rosen and Jill Rosen,Sun reporter | May 7, 2008
Sometime between parting with $80 for dubious pantry staples, discovering the scent of baking cat food to be something less than potpourri and nursing a blister earned trying to carve pounds of kibble into kitten-sized morsels, it sunk in: I'm a buyer, not a maker, of pet food. And that's not even counting the kitty's disparaging review of my labors on his behalf. Yet after a number of dogs and cats died last year from contaminated commercial pet food, more animal owners are consulting cookbooks, scouring the Internet for tips, investing in odd ingredients and devoting hours of free time, all to serve their furry companions homemade casseroles, soups and stews.
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By kevin cowherd and kevin cowherd,kevin.cowherd@baltsun.com | September 21, 2008
Let me begin by saying I'm not a foodie. I don't cook. The only thing I know about food is that I like stuffing my fat face with it. Yet somehow, I've gotten hooked on Food Network. Who knows how these things happen? But they happen fast. One minute you're watching an ESPN SportsCenter update on Peyton Manning, the next minute you're clicking over to Paula Dean rubbing herbs into a pork loin. Part of the reason I watch Food Network is that I've never seen people get so excited about food.
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By SLOANE BROWN | May 24, 2006
The new Red Sky Steak & Fish House in Laurel is for those folks who live between Baltimore and D.C. and want a taste of fine dining, but don't want to travel to either city for the experience, according to general manager Bruce Hicks. Hicks says Red Sky is the fourth restaurant owned by Harvey Blonder, whose other eateries include Buddy's Crabs & Ribs in Annapolis, Yellow Fin in Edgewater and Big Fish in Crofton. Hicks says the original idea was to bring to the Laurel area something close to Yellow Fin -- "a big local hangout with a [popular]
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By Liz Smith and Liz Smith,Tribune Media News | May 7, 2007
I like American TV reality programming - the worse the better. I love seeing people humiliated, made fun of, brought down," said Hugh Grant. That was just about the time he was throwing baked beans at a paparazzo. Let's consider our British cousins for a moment. Queen Elizabeth II is now making her royal progress in the United States. Her grandsons are geared up for their big July blowout concert to salute the 10th anniversary of their mother's untimely death. And their father, Prince Charles, and his newish wife, Camilla, have decided they won't horn in on the Diana magic.
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