The holiday season is all about family time, traditions and great food.
For our second annual Holiday Eats series, TVGuide.com has lined up some great chefs, including MasterChef's Joe Bastianich, Rachael Ray, Tom Colicchio and more, as they share cooking tips and even teach television stars like Royal Pains' Mark Feuerstein and Fran Drescher how to make their favorite dishes.
Regis Philbin is coming back to daytime: The former Live! co-host has signed on for a monthly guest spot on Rachael Ray.
"I can't tell you how excited I am that Regis will be a recurring special guest on our show this season," Ray said in a statement. "Regis has been a close friend of the show and a close friend of mine for years and it'll be a blast having him on the team."
The Rachael Ray Show has been renewed for two more seasons through 2014.
"Rachael Ray has been a solid performer in stations' lineups and has had a recent surge in ratings," CBS Television Distribution's Joe DiSalvo said in announcing the renewal Tuesday. "We're thrilled to be taking the ...
What are the holidays without great food? TVGuide.com has gathered some of the best chefs, including Rachael Ray, Tom Colicchio, Ted Allen, Tyler Florence and Michael Symon, to tell us their favorite holiday cooking memories, how to put a twist on a traditional recipe, and their biggest tips for a successful feast. So make sure to watch all our videos below and tell us which dishes you plan on making throughout the holiday season!
What is Rachael Ray's best tip for cooking during the holiday season?
"Keep it simple and don't take it too seriously," she tells TVGuide.com.
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In the second video from our Holiday Eats series, Ray and other celebrity chefs, including Tom Colicchio and Michael Symon, explain the best way to prepare a big holiday meal without getting stressed out.