She created a media empire built of talk shows, magazines and an endless number of recipes, but is Rachael Ray really as nice and bubbly as she appears on TV? Fans say yes, but her detractors claim otherwise. She's been accused of everything from tipping food servers poorly, to feuding with both her mentor, Oprah Winfrey , and one-time ratings rival, Martha Stewart. Haters even claim she played dirty politics during the presidential election, and that doesn't even scrape the surface. Ray's also got a buffet of family drama going on, with a husband who's been accused of infidelity and a father who's a little too friendly with the tabloids.
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To Picture index. Video index. To Blog. Rachael Ray: Lives in the Adirondacks with her dog, a cat and two fishes. Has a brother named Emmanuel Manny and a sister named Maria.
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This scone recipe calls for red velvet cake mix but you can use whatever kind of cake mix you prefer. These British scones with jam and clotted cream are a teatime treat from across the pond—and a fun recipe to try for Galentine's Day. Rach shares a new recipe for veggie-packed lo mein you can make with flank steak, pork, chicken, shrimp or tofu.