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Wednesday, May 14

One Night's a Big Night

Rachael Ray and President Bill Clinton's one-night-only pop up restaurant in New York City, Cafe Una Notte, was a big success--raising more than $200,000 for Rach's charitable organization Yum-O.

Rachael's Food Network colleagues Bobby Flay and Mario Batali were on hand to show their support.

The event was catered by five teenage aspiring chefs, along with the help of Iron Chef Michael Symon. Each teen got a $10,000 scholarship.

My oh my... Rachael's becoming quite Oprahesque, isn't she?!


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At 5/14/2008 11:55 AM , Anonymous oatmeal cookie guy said...

I worry about Mario...he's gotten huge! And Rach is looking a little stretched too thin...you can see it in her "smile."

At 5/14/2008 12:20 PM , Anonymous Alec Smart said...

On occasions like this, you usually see and hear Rach's sad sack husband, Millstone buzzing about.

What do you think happened to Mr. Ray ?

Hey maybe he didn't clear Secret Service security and was told to stay away ? Hmmmm......

At 5/14/2008 12:43 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Rach does not look like she is really into the whole event. Bobby's wife looks happer and her. It may be that she is just tired, but picture one looks fake and picture two and three look bored.

At 5/14/2008 7:53 PM , Anonymous Pat said...

"Rachael's becoming quite Oprahesque, isn't she?"

On the charity front: yes.

On the personal care front: umm....

RayRay's doin' a bit too much o' the Botox. Eeesh! Of course, Oprah doesn't need that, 'cuz "black don't crack."

At 5/16/2008 1:51 PM , Anonymous Alec Smart said...

Wow, Bobby really does look like a McGillicuddy here, doesn't he ?


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