Rachael Ray November 13 2015 Recap
Rachael Ray kicked off her Friends-Giving with a visit from the one and only Emeril Lagasse. He brought with him a recipe for Wild Mushroom Bread Pudding, proving that bread pudding doesn’t always have to be sweet. Rachael also shared her own recipe for Whiskey-Brined Spatchcock Turkey, saving you time on Thanksgiving Day, but certainly not skimping on flavor.
Rachael Ray: Whiskey-Brined Spatchcock Turkey Recipe
Rachael’s Whiskey-Brined Spatchcock Turkey recipe was a big hit among all those who tried it, which is all the more reason for you to try a spatchcocked turkey on Thanksgiving this year.
Rachael Ray: Emeril Lagasse Wild Mushroom Bread Pudding
Emeril then stopped by to join Friends-Giving, bringing Wild Mushroom Bread Pudding with him, because when it comes to bread pudding, there are no rules!
Rachael Ray: Cheddar, Bacon, Apple, & Pecan Spoonbread
Emeril then shared a recipe for Cheddar Bacon Apple and Pecan Spoonbread, a southern favorite that should be added to your Thanksgiving table this year.
Rachael Ray: Cooked-To-Death Green Beans With Potatoes
Carla Hall stopped by Rachael for Friends-Giving, making a batch of Cooked-To-Death Green Beans With Potatoes, another southern favorite!
Rachael Ray: Roasted Broccoli With Asiago & Pine Nuts
Finally, Jeff Mauro surprised Rachael with a visit during her Friends-Giving episode, bringing a Roasted Broccoli recipe that is good enough to get kids eating their vegetables.
Rachael Ray: Pecan Praline Thrice Baked Sweet Potatoes
Jeff Mauro then shared his recip for Thrice Baked Sweet Potatoes that are actually much easier to make than you would think.