Julianne Hough, Paula Deen, Cheryl Hines and Katherine Heigl visit “Rachael Ray” next week!

Monday February 11th:  “Paula and Bobby Deen”  -  Paula and Bobby Deen are here to help us kick off a whole hour in the kitchen with their tastiest slow-cooker recipes! Then – Paula lets our audience in on the fun and answers their kitchen questions! Plus – Rachael whips up chicken-caesar stuffed bread pizzas!

Tuesday February 12th:  “Fat Tuesday”  -  Fat Tuesday is one of the biggest parties of the year and we’re cooking up a celebration of our own! Then – Suburgatory’s Cheryl Hines and 1600 Penn’s Jenna Elfman go head-to-head in a “King Cake-Off!” Plus – Rachael makes Italian Fat Tuesday lasagna and one couple in our audience gets a life-changing surprise!

Wednesday February 13th:  “Ginnifer Goodwin and Rev Run & Tyrese”  -  We’re throwing down a star-studded game night! Ginnifer Goodwin chats with Rach about her hit show, Once Upon a Time. Rev Run and Tyrese Gibson answer our audience’s deepest relationship questions. Then – Rach joins all of them for a round of “Kitchen-ary!” Plus – Rach makes cheeseburger quesadillas for a game night snack and hearty paprika burgers for dinner.

Thursday February 14th:  “Julianne Hough and Valentine’s Day Desserts”  -  Today’s the day to make sweets for your sweetheart! We’re joined by one of the sweetest ladies around, Julianne Hough and she learns how to make a romantic dessert for her Valentine, Ryan Seacrest, with the help of TLC’s Cake Boss, Buddy Valastro. Then – Rach makes chicken francese and pot de crème!

Friday February 15th:  “Katherine Heigl”  -  Katherine Heigl is here today and she’s got some adorable puppies with her to help spread the word about pet adoption! Then – Dr. Travis Stork investigates food mysteries! Plus – Rach kicks off the weekend by cooking up Cincinnati spaghetti!

“Rachael Ray” airs weekdays @ 9am on WDAY/WDAZ.  For more information on “Rachael Ray” visit  www.RachaelRayShow.com

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