Rachael Ray: Richard Blais Recipes & Jacques Pepin Cooking School

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Rachael Ray February 24 2014

Recapo update: Here are the recipes from this show.

Sometimes even the professionals are not sure what to do in a kitchen crisis. Whether you are a beginner or have been managing meals for your family for years, you may pick up a few new tricks when cooking school is in session on the next episode of Rachael Ray on Monday, February 24 2014. Bobby Flay is back to guest co-host, and he will be joined by guests Jacques Pepin and Richard Blais.

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Rachael Ray: Richard Blais Recipes

Rachael Ray: Richard Blais Recipes & Jacques Pepin Cooking School

Richard Blais, Jacques Pepin, and Bobby Flay are Rachael Ray’s guests on February 24, for an hour that’s all about basic tips for your kitchen success.

Richard Blais from Top Chef: All Stars seems to be one of Rachael’s favorite guests lately. She has him on the show all the time, and he will be sharing some of his favorite meal ideas and suggestions when he hangs out on the show for Monday’s episode.

Find out how you can take a four-hour recipe and simplify it into something that takes just 25 minutes. That’s going to be one of his best tricks on the whole show, so don’t miss seeing it happen! When it comes to Rachael Ray’s show, there is no such thing as too many cooks in the kitchen. That is just a sign that fun is about to begin.

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Rachael Ray: Jacques Pepin & Bobby Flay

Jacques Pepin is a kitchen legend, and it should come as no surprise to foodies that Rachael has him on as often as he wants to visit. He is even going to explain how you can make your own mayonnaise, because there’s nothing he cannot do. Tune in for his basic kitchen advice as he shares tricks of the trade with fellow chefs.

Bobby Flay is back as guest co-host for the hour, and he knows how to make a mean vinaigrette. And that’s not all. This Monday, February 25 episode of Rachael’s show will also feature a dinner idea for Crispy Skin Chicken Breasts served with white beans and escarole. There should be something satisfying for everyone coming up in this hour, so don’t be left behind.

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