Season 10 premieres with a surprise anniversary party; Emeril Lagasse co-hosts and cooks beef tacos; a mystery taster stops by; and Mayor Bill de Blasio honors Rachael, by declaring Sept. 14 "The Rachael Ray Show Day" in New York City.
Mindy Kaling joins Rachael to discuss her new book; chef Richard Blais makes three healthy snacks, including an avocado filled with chicken salad; a college student with a man bun gets a stylist haircut; and Rachael shares a new pasta recipe.
Heidi Klum joins Rachael to give a former model a stylish new look; Grace Gealey (Empire (2015)) teaches an audience member how to dance; Dr. Ian Smith checks in with Lionel Hollins on his weight-loss progress; and Rachael makes a grilled chicken and corn salad.
Steve Harvey (Celebrity Family Feud (2008)) helps resolve three feuds in the studio; tips on how to transform bridesmaid dresses into everyday looks are shared; and Rachael makes prosciutto-wrapped chicken.
Rachael and Anne Burrell teach two women, with the same name, how to cook a perfect burger; Morris Chestnut (The Perfect Guy (2015)) joins Rachael in the kitchen; and Rachael shares a zucchini and corn chili recipe.
Kate Bosworth shares a lemon shrimp scampi recipe; Ayesha Curry makes a meat and potato dish; a New York chef demonstrates how he cooks in his 100-square-foot apartment; and Rachael shows how to make a burger with avocado ranch dressing.
Bobby Flay shares three ways to cook eggs for brunch; organization expert Peter Walsh helps unclutter a small apartment for a family of ten; Judge Patricia DiMango (Hot Bench (2014)) stops by the studio; and Rachael makes beef-and-bacon burgers.
Michael Strahan (Live! with Kelly (1988)) discusses his new book, "Wake Up Happy", and gives a man a makeover; chef Marc Murphy shares his chicken burger recipe from the 10th anniversary issue of Rachael's magazine; and Rachael cooks a chicken diner.
Rachael celebrates New York City's Wine and Food Festival; chef Scott Conant makes a Bloody Mary and eggs; Katie Lee cooks chicken paillard; Rachael shares a beef Milanese recipe; and Valerie Bertinelli bakes a Sicilian love cake.
Angie Harmon (Rizzoli & Isles (2010)). YouTube star Daym Drops and an Italian grandmother judge a pasta contest between restaurants from the Little Italy neighborhoods of New York, Philadelphia and San Francisco; and Rachael shares her own baked ziti recipe.
Sienna Miller stops by the studio; Rachael cooks veal and sage meatballs and broken spaghetti balls; Rocco DiSpirito makes his mom's meatball recipe; and cannoli, gelato and more treats from New York's Little Italy.
Chef Anne Burrell makes braised chicken and her signature cocktail; Genevieve Gorder shares tips for decorating your holiday table; Stacy London shows off stylish party looks; and Rachael cooks baked pasta with sausage, butternut squash and ricotta.
Gayle King stops by to share some of Oprah's "Favorite Things"; and chef Ryan Scott is challenged to cook an entire Thanksgiving meal in one hour, that includes stuffing muffins and a twist on green bean casserole.
Chef Curtis Stone makes Thanksgiving mash-up dishes like collard greens with cornbread stuffing; organizational expert Peter Walsh helps a viewer, who has had a storage unit for 15 years; Donny Deutsch (Donny! (2015)) stops by; and Rachael cooks minestrone soup.
Tons of surprise visitors stop by for a "Friends-Giving" party; Emeril Lagasse co-hosts the show; Carla Hall makes green beans and potatoes; Jeff Mauro cooks a baked sweet potato; and Rachael shares a recipe for whiskey-brined turkey.
Scott Foley stops by to discuss the mid-season finale of Scandal (2012); Kelsey Nixon makes three Thanksgiving sides, without using the oven; and Rachael transforms Thanksgiving leftovers into turkey poppers.
Damaris Phillips shows off four holly-jolly recipes, including a make-ahead quiche; Peter Walsh details how to clean up holiday decorations; Allison Tolman (Krampus (2015) stops by; and Rachael prepares pork cutlets with escarole as a "30-minute" meal.
Oliver Hudson stops by to discuss the season finale of Scream Queens (2015); a man, with an out-of-control beard, gets a makeover; Dr. Ian Smith shares tips for staying germ-free during holiday travel; and Rachael makes steak tacos.
Chef Christopher Kimball shows off must-have foodie gadgets for the holidays; Victoria's Secret Angels Lily Aldridge and Elsa Hosk share tips for taking holiday photos; and Rachael makes a 30-minute chicken dinner.
Genevieve Gorder shows you how to wap up one holiday chore in no time; Rachael shares four different ways to dress a Christmas ham; Sara Gilbert and Linda Perry stop by to discuss their new kids album; and Rachael makes a cheesy chicken pasta dinner.
Bill O'Reilly stops by and answers rapid-fire questions in the hot seat; the magicians from The Illusionist (2006) perform magic tricks; coupon tips for the holiday season are shared; and Rachael makes a shepherd's pie in 30 minutes.
Dr. Ian Smith shares a plan for cleansing your body, after eating too much; chef Sara Moulton makes three holiday side dishes, including an apple crisp; Linda Cardellini stops by to discuss her new movie, Daddy's Home (2015); and Rachael makes a holiday stew.
Rachael helps three viewers solve their sleeping problems with a 5-minute mattress test; a daughter, mother and grandmother get the same trendy haircut; and Rachael makes healthy macaroni and cheese with cauliflower.
Clodagh McKenna makes three easy suppers that don't require cleanup; Genevieve Gorder shows off three design looks, made from one bookcase; former Miss Universe Olivia Culpo shares three uses for coconut oil; and Rachael cooks a roast chicken dinner.
Dr. Ian Smith shares his top five weight-loss myths; Lorraine Pascale makes two delicious, low-calorie desserts; a former CIA agent reveals three phone apps that could save your life; and Rachael makes a steak that tastes like buffalo wings.
Design pros Genevieve Gorder and John Gidding face off in an awards-show party décor competition; Graham Elliot, from Masterchef (2010), shares weight-conscious recipes for breakfast, lunch and dinner; and Rachael makes a healthy black bean tortilla soup.
Firefighters representing different NYC boroughs compete in the annual Five-Alarm Cook-Off by making hero sandwiches; chef Anne Burrell joins Rachael in the kitchen; and professional bull rider J.B. Mauney teaches Rachael how to ride a bull right in the studio.
Sports analyst Jesse Palmer stops by the studio; New York Jets quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick and his wife, Liza Fitzpatrick, share their favorite slow-cooker dish; John Gidding shares game-day décor ideas; and Rachael makes mini-meatball pasta.
Rachael tests products that claim to cut cooking time in half, in the latest edition of "Human Lab"; Colin Hanks stops by to discuss his new show, Life in Pieces (2015); and Rachael makes a pasta dinner.
Bob Harper (The Biggest Loser (2004)) co-hosts for the day and makes three dishes, that will help slim you down; Daymond John (Shark Tank (2009)) makes the hosts guess whether six crazy products are real or fake; and Rachael makes steak fajitas.
Tim Gunn (Project Runway (2004)) helps a mom get out of a style rut, that she's been in since 1979; Rachael teaches a couple, who cook the same dish every night, how to switch up their supper; and Rachael makes a reinvented tuna casserole.
Emeril Lagasse's set from his old show is recreated; Rachael visits her favorite spots in New York City, in honor of her original show, $40 a Day (2002); Peter Walsh and Genevieve Gorder travel back to the shows that made them famous; and Rachael makes hot browns.
Four NFL stars make their best game-day dishes, as they compete in the annual Super Bowl Recipe Playoff; Emeril Lagasse cooks chicken wings and cheesy beer dip and visits a restaurant owner, who was inspired by him; and Rachael makes a DIY sloppy-joe bar.
Curtis 50 Cent Jackson is the Mystery Taster of the day; a woman and the daughter she put up for adoption are reunited; a man, who gave the shirt off his back in an act of kindness on the NYC subway, is honored; and Rachael makes a skirt-steak dinner.
Rachael and her husband, John M. Cusimano, get handcuffed together for "The Marriage Test"; actor Jerry O'Connell wears a Velcro suit and plays a game, to win prizes for the audience; and Rachael makes a Bolognese bucatini.
Joe Morton, from Scandal (2012), plays the guitar; Insanity trainer Shaun T. reveals that he was once a back-up dancer for Mariah Carey; and Rachael reveals one of her hidden hobbies and makes a chicken-Caesar Cobb-salad supper.
One man literally sees his girlfriend for the first time, then proposes to her; daddy duty is taken to a hair-raising level in the latest edition of "Human Lab"; Brandy Norwood stops by to discuss her new show, Zoe Ever After (2016); and Rachael makes chicken cacciatore.
Katie Lowes stops by to discuss her show, Scandal (2012); "Wedding in a Week" continues with a cake tasting; Dr. Travis Stork (The Doctors (2008)) shares tips to protect yourself from the Zika virus; and Rachael makes a chicken and vegetable pasta dish.
Michael Strahan (Live! with Kelly (1988)) faces off against Rachael, in a celebrity-guessing game; three viewers make their best burgers for a chance to compete at Rachael's "Burger Bash"; Carla Hall (The Chew (2011)) makes fries three ways; and Rachael cooks a bacon-queso burger.
Clinton Kelly (The Chew (2011)) shares snack recipes, including buffalo chicken dumplings; Genevieve Gorder gives a makeover to a small apartment; Rachael makes tapas. Also: a dessert recipe for nut elephant ears; a visit from three little goats.
Sara Moulton demonstrates techniques to make dishes taste better and cooks baked chicken and bananas-foster crepes; Gretta Monahan reveals the best lesser-known beauty products; Daym Drops stops by with his daughter to eat ribs; and Rachael makes soup.
Dr. Ian Smith co-hosts the show and shares four DIY medical tests; Rachael Harris stops by to discuss her show, Lucifer (2015) and Suits (2011)); chef Stuart O'Keeffe makes a quick chicken-pasta Alfredo; and Rachael cooks a 6-minute meal and a make-your-own-takeout dish.
Laila Ali stops by to discuss her upcoming appearance on "Celebrity Apprentice"; Sophia Bush, from Chicago P.D. (2014), surprises Rachael with an interrogation; an inspiring 7-year-old is given $10,000; and Rachael makes a steak dinner.
Two families compete in the "Bracket, Lunch and Dinner Cook-Off" for a chance to win tickets tot the NCAA Final Four, and ESPN analyst Jay Bilas is the judge; a way to lose 15 pounds in three weeks is revealed; and Rachael makes chicken and cheerio tacos.
Lauren Conrad shares DIY dinner-party decorating tips, including how to make a margarita bar; Daym Drops stops by for an etiquette lesson; a YouTube star gives a makeover to a fellow burn survivor; and Rachael makes beef Milanese and garlic oven fries.
MLB legends Bob Ojeda and Bobby Valentine team up with super fans to compete in the "Grand Slam Showdown", and chef Ryan Scott chooses the winning dish; Gabriel Iglesias stops by to play "Stump the Rach"; and Rachael makes Detroit-Coney Island hot dogs.
Rachael joins Bob Harper (The Biggest Loser (2004)) in his daily workout; Rachael and Bob attend Auto Shop 101 with an expert mechanic; Ray the Butcher shares tips for buying, storing and preparing chicken and pork; and Rachael cooks a seafood supper.
HGTV's "Cousins" share their favorite décor tips; the guys from Pizza Cuz (2013) discuss the best ways to cook frozen pizza and serve leftover spaghetti; Gregory Zarian and Lawrence Zarian share their go-to fashion tricks; and Rachael makes spaghetti with bacon, tomatoes and peas.
Jacques Pepin stops by, with his daughter and granddaughter, to cook two family-favorite recipes; look-alike mother-daughter duos get advice on spring fashion trends; a mom and daughter house-flipping team share DIY tips; and Rachael makes pork fricassee.
Lin-Manuel Miranda and his mother stops by to discuss his Broadway show, "Hamilton", and what it's like working with Dwayne Johnson on the newest Disney musical; Stacy London shares organizational tips; and Rachael makes Puerto Rican tripleta sandwiches.
Rachael tries to guest a mystery taster's identity, while cooking stuffed treats three ways, including Philly cheese steak rolls and pizza rolls; style pro Gretta Monahan gives on viewer an instant makeover; and Rachael makes patty melts.
Bob Harper (The Biggest Loser (2004)) is co-host for the day and takes viewers inside his NYC pad; Curtis Stone goes home from the market with an unsuspecting shopper to cook dinner; HGTV's Cousins Undercover (2013) show off a few tricked-out homes; and Rachael makes gazpacho with tequila shrimp.
Dr. Travis Stork shares life-saving tips everyone should know; Rachael gives a makeover to a 70-year-old farmer's wife, who has never worn makeup; the Entertainment Tonight (1981) offices get a makeover; and Rachael cooks make-your-own-takeout udon bowls.
Peter Walsh pulls off a laundry-room makeover; Robert Herjavec (Shark Tank (2009)) pitches products to Rachael, who's guessing if they're real or fake; an animal expert stops by with baby sharks and other tiny creatures; and Rachael makes black bean chalupas.
Chef Mario Batali (The Chew (2011)) grills a skirt steak with cherry-barbecue sauce; celebrity party planner Mary Giuliani shares summer entertaining hacks, including how to make Popsicle cocktails; and Rachael makes gluten-free lasagna.