This Week on the Show
Actor Max Greenfield + Author Brad Meltzer Talks New "True Story" Book
"New Girl" and "The Neighborhood" star Max Greenfield is telling Rachael about his new children's book and what it's like reaching 100 episodes of "The Neighborhood". Then New York Times bestselling author Brad Meltzer is here chatting about his latest book, "The Nazi Conspiracy"—a political intrigue based on a true story that Rach says she couldn’t put down. And, it's a meat and potatoes night at Rach's.
The Latest Viral Skincare Trend + Jeff Mauro's Crispy 10-Minute Pizzas
Dermatologist Dr. Whitney Bowe breaks down "skin cycling," the skincare trend that went viral on TikTok after she posted about it. Plus, Jeff Mauro is back and making crispy 10-minute pizzas. You're going to want this recipe! Meanwhile, we've got a $10,000 surprise for a nonprofit who provides kids in need with coats and shoes. In Rach's kitchen, she's cooking up a new twist on eggplant parm for dinner.
How to Make Butter Candles + David Burtka's Classic Pot Roast
Chef Jordan Andino is showing off his new NYC restaurant, Carriage House + shows you how to make the incredible butter candles he serves up there. Yes, you read that right! Later, Chef and author David Burtka is back with his take on a classic pot roast. Then, it's a souped up dinner with Italian-style vegetables.
Rach's Pork Chops with Sweet Cream Sauce + Jacques Pépin's Chicken Salad
Chef Jacques Pépin is here with his book and a chicken salad you're going to love. Then, foodie and "Bachelor in Paradise" host Jesse Palmer is doing a taste test and answering viewers' questions about "The Bachelor." In Rach's kitchen, she has a supper that can be made with pork chops or chicken in a sweet cream sauce—yum!
Super-Easy Football Food from Sunny + Rach's Twice-Baked Dinner Potatoes
Sunny Anderson is back and tackling football food! She's making her buffalo-chicken guacamole dip and taquitos (both made with an easy shortcut: rotisserie chicken!). Plus, Rachael's making twice-baked, overstuffed dinner potatoes.