With Michael Strahan and a recipe for turkey and vegetable chilli.
With Dr. Phil McGraw and a recipe for a chicken dinner cooked in wine.
With Bob Harper who gives audience members weight-loss advice.
With Tony Gonzalez and recipes for tailgating.
With Neil Patrick Harris and a look at products that are and are not worth purchasing.
Peter Walsh offers tips on getting rid of your clutter.
Rachael is joined on the show by Michael Strachan.
The show offers some cost-saving tips for a trip to the grocery store.
Victor Cruz helps Racheal with some surprise marriage proposals.
The show offers some tips to help you to change your life.
Rachael creates a Sicilian Eggplant and Pepper Ragu and Pappardelle.
Rachael throws a dinner party, and her first guest is Clinton Kelly from The Chew.
Rachael is joined on the show by Sunny Anderson and James Van Der Beek.
Nick Lachey joins Rachael on the show.
Cat Deeley and Anne Burrell join Rachael on the show.
David Muir is put on the spot with rapid fire questions from the audience.
Ingrid Hoffman teams up with the show's coupon expert to show how you can make a meal for five bucks or less.
Kate Walsh talks to Rachael about her new show.
Rachael chats to Regis Philbin.
Rachael is joined on the show by Tim Daly and The Script.
Rachael is joined on the show by Nick Cannon and Buddy Valastro.
Rachael is joined on the show by Geoffrey Zakarian.
Rachael is joined on the show by Mario Batali.
Rachael is joined on the show by Tony Gonzalez.
Rachael is joined on the show by Josh Duhamel.
Rachael is joined on the show by Chelsea Handler, Mally Roncal and Graham Elliot.
Rachael is joined on the show by Martina McBride and Jim Gaffigan.
Rachael is joined on the show by Craig Ferguson, Jarod Miller and Nate Berkus.
Rachael is joined on the show by Clinton Kelly.
Rachael is joined on the show by Richard Marx, Daymond John and Michelle Phan.
Julianne Hough receives a lesson in how to create pasta on the show.
Marc Murphy shows the burger that he made that won Rachael's Burger Bash. The property brothers offer some DIY Halloween tips.
Rachael is joined on the show by Bob Harper.
The show gives away over a million dollars in gifts to heroes who work in the food service industry.
Rachael is joined on the show by Richard Blais, Jim Gaffigan and John Cusimano in a Halloween edition of the show.
Scott Wolf, Sunny Anderson, Richard Blais and Jeff Maur join Rachael on the show.
Rachael is joined on the show by Tom Bergeron.
Rachael is joined on the show by Taye Diggs.
Rachael is joined on the show by Howie Mandel, Jessica Capshaw and Kelsey Nixon.
Rachael is joined on the show by Donnie Wahlberg and Tracy Pollan.
Rachael’s new co-host is Chef Curtis Stone, he is showing the audience four ways to add a little flavor into everyone's favorite Thanksgiving side dish: potatoes! After that Rachael is going to meet a young chef who turned his life around cooking.
On the Rachael show they are saluting veterans with their first-ever; Armed Forces Cook-Off. A group of servicemen and women from the five military branches are cooking their best 30-Minute Meals in the kitchen. Air Force veteran Sunny Anderson will be judging.
Rachael is going to put Nick Lachey's taste buds to the test to see if he can guess Thanksgiving foods, but blindfolded! He will she will be making a Spicy Butternut Soup!
Rachael has the stars of TV show 'Hot in Cleveland' in the kitchen. Valerie Bertinelli, Jane Leeves and Wendie Malick will face each other in a Thanksgiving throwdown! Who can cook up the best side dish?
How can you keep the pounds off in the Holiday season? “The Biggest Loser” trainer Bob Harper is going to show the audience his holiday weight-loss survival guide. Chef Melissa d'Arabian is going to whip up a Thanksgiving treat with two new twists on spaghetti squash.
'World News Tonight' anchor David Muir is joining Rachael Ray on the show today. He is getting taught how to make the best Thanksgiving stuffing by chef Anne Burrell. 'Scandal' star Darby Stanchfield is joining Rach in the kitchen to cook up a hearty Ragu.
Katherine Heigl is in the studio today with Rachael Ray, she chats about her new show; 'State of Affairs,' in which she plays a CIA analyst. Sunny Anderson is adding fun and creativity to your Thanksgiving menu with a Beer Can Turkey,
Food Network star Katie Lee is getting everyone ready for Thanksgiving with some Turkey Day takeouts, like a no-cook Cranberry Sauce. Rachael is also showing the audience some products that claim fixes for all those family photos.
Rachael kicks off her two-day Thanksgiving event! She is revealing the best tricks and tips, from A-Z, to make this year's turkey the best. Chef Emeril Lagasse and Nate Berkus are joining Rach to kick off the first half of our Thanksgiving alphabet, which features everything from Apple and Onion Stuffing and Maple Orange Sweet Potatoes.
It's part two of the Rachael Ray 'Thanksgiving A-Z' her co-host is Chef Emeril Lagasse! He’s bringing a recipe for Pumpkin Custard Pie. Chef Ryan Scott and 'The Chew's' Carla Hall are helping with the second part of the Thanksgiving alphabet, with recipes that range from a Slow-Cooker Pumpkin Swirl Cheesecake to Cornbread Sausage Waffles.
It's a special show today! It's the 1,500th episode and it's all about surprises from some of her biggest guests and closest friends.
British bad boy Russell Brand is stopping by the Rachael show to answer your questions and give her the scoop on his new books. Michael Strahan is delivering a special message to his parents for their weight loss journey.
Chef Curtis Stone is in the studio today and is getting the audience prepped and ready for Thanksgiving with a Turkey Carve-Along. The entire audience is following along as Curtis shares his tips and tricks you need to perfectly carve your bird.
It's Rachael's biggest giveaway show ever, they are really celebrating Thanksgiving by giving a total of $1 million in gifts to real-life heroes in the food service industry.
It's all about the leftovers today they are challenging the 'Fridge Raiders,' chefs Richard Blais, Sunny Anderson and Jeff Mauro, to turn one viewer’s leftovers into three new dishes.
Rachael Ray's countdown to Christmas begins. Tori Spelling is kicking things off by showing the audience how to make adorable decorations at home which will include snow globes. The Property Brothers are also facing off in a Holiday 'tip-off' to see who can make the best holiday decorations on a budget.
The holiday shopping season kicks off and on the show they are taking a moment to step back and give to people in need. Rachael is donating half a million dollars to a great cause. Beth Stern stops by the show with some furry friends. Kristin Chenoweth also stops buy and has a huge surprise for a superfan whose story brought her to tears.
Rachael is delving into the 'Shark Tank,' as Daymond John joins her as co-host for the day! They're joined by Bill O'Reilly, who's giving his take on some of today's hottest topics.
Rachael has a mystery “Mystery Taster” in the house, and she's taking them through a speed round of questions to see if she can guess who it is!
Chef Richard Blais is hanging on the show today with Rachael. He's got a DIY popcorn bar to celebrate one of the stars of the latest 'Hunger Games' movie. Also, 'Full House' star Candace Cameron Bure is making some kid-friendly holiday snacks.
On 'Rachael Ray' today they are throwing their tastiest holiday party ever, co-host Trisha Yearwood is cooking up her party favorites. This includes; an artichoke-feta dip that any guests will love. Then, 'The Chew's' Clinton Kelly is giving makeovers to four classic party appetisers.
Bob Harper, from 'The Biggest Loser,' is on the show, telling the audience what he eats that makes him look so good. He's taking everyone through his daily diet for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Also, he's showing off his favorite healthy snacks.
Rachael is joined by one inspiring viewer, who shed nearly 260 pounds she is getting the makeover of a lifetime. The viewers then get to see her new look, when Gretta Monahan returns with more Deal Ticket style deals. Then, comedian J.B. Smoove is bringing the laughs when they give him 60 seconds to say anything.
Piers Morgan is in the 'Rachael Ray' house, where he makes his go-to "Spaghetti Morgan-ese.”
They are also helping the viewers look younger with incredible makeover tips and tricks that can take years off their look.
Rachael has a full hour jam packed with A-Listers, including;
music superstar Carrie Underwood. Then, 'Watch What Happens Live' host Andy Cohen drops by the show, who is there to talk about his brand-new book. 'America’s Test Kitchen’s' Christopher Kimball is showing off must-have kitchen gadgets for the holiday season.
Cat Deeley (So You Think You Can Dance) guest co-host; gift wrapping; making a "Frozen" themed Christmas tree using materials from a dollar store; Claire Coffee ('Grimm'); shrimp scampi with tomatoes.
David Venable (QVC foodie) makes spiced bacon skewers; two "MasterChef Junior" contestants make holiday cookies; Sunny Anderson makes pesto chicken wings; a super easy brisket.
Sunny Anderson gives deals on cooking gadgets; Katie Lee provides six holiday fake-out recipes; Lee Pace ('The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies'); braised short ribs.
Co-host chef Curtis Stone's sticky toffee ice cream; chef Ludo Lefebvre makes potato cakes and a chocolate dessert; holiday cocktails; a mom with cancer gets a kitchen makeover; a roasted cauliflower, broccoli and pasta bake.
Cameron Diaz answers viewers' questions; a woman's wish to feed the hungry is granted; braised pork with fennel, apple and onion.
Nate Berkus offers on-the-spot home decorating ideas; cutting down Christmas clutter; makeup fixes; fettuccine with champagne cream sauce.
Dr. Ian Smith, Olympic skater Michelle Kwan and ballerina Misty Copeland present healthy twists on holiday dishes; Christmas decor tour inside the White House with Genevieve Gorder; roast chicken dinner.
Five surprise proposals; animal expert Jarod Miller; chef Josh Capon makes fruitcakes; Christmas Eve dinner.
Organization expert Peter Walsh challenges a family with 15 kids to get organized; Dr. Ian Smith helps a woman lose weight; one-pot sausage pasta.
Gadgets that help men tackle back hair and bald spots; a "Top Chef: Just Desserts" winner prepares an easy parfait; actor Michael Emerson; a brunch sandwich.
Dr. Travis Stork discusses cold and flu season, including symptoms and treatments; big-ticket shopping bargains in January; one-pot chicken Alfredo; one-pot roasted vegetable stew.
A card game determines which 30-minute meals can be made on the fly; TV personality Kym Whitley; sausage and broccoli rabe burgers.
Actress Jane Seymour; how to look like a celebrity without surgery; hairstylist Tabatha Coffey shows how to test a hairstyle without fully committing to it; a four-cheese rigatoni.
Chef Curtis Stone makes new kinds of chicken wings; Clinton Kelly ("The Chew") gives advice on being the ideal party host; a judge from "Hot Bench"; a new spaghetti dish.
New Year's resolutions; Dr. Ian Smith and nutrition expert Keri Glassman tell how to stick to weight-loss goals; Bill Rancic discusses budgeting; ratatouille.
Home design enthusiasts John Gidding and Sabrina Soto decorate two living rooms for a family of eight; chef Kelsey Nixon shows simple ways to use staples like quinoa in tasty dishes; makeup guru Mally Roncal surprises a fan at home; shepherd's pie.
Bob Harper ("The Biggest Loser") gives the Weight Loss Warriors a workout; Casey Wilson ("Marry Me"); a hearty vegetable stew.
Actress Kirstie Alley; radio personality Angie Martinez prepares healthy game-day recipes; zucchini-tomato-potato pie.
A gender-reveal party for a viewer who is expecting a baby; Sarah Ferguson, Duchess of York; spicy turkey burgers with barbecued onions; co-host Donny Osmond.
Julianne Moore ("Still Alice"); butcher Pat LaFrieda discusses meat; Rachael's husband makes a guilt-free margarita; a weeknight pork-tenderloin dinner.
Robert Irvine ("Restaurant: Impossible") discusses new foodie trends; a viewer tests fashion trends straight from the runway; Sarah Paulson ("American Horror Story: Freak Show"); cauliflower pappardelle.
ESPN Radio's Mike Greenberg judges a Fantasy Foodball competition, sending a football fan to the Super Bowl; Amanda Peet ("Togetherness"); sliced steak sammies.
Gwyneth Paltrow ("Mortdecai"); stylist Stacy London gives a viewer a brand-new look; Italian wedding soup
Countdown to the Super Bowl; NFL star Jesse Palmer; chef Kelsey Nixon prepares Buffalo chicken sliders and an Italian hero dip; beef and Burgundy burgers
Three medical professionals give advice on runny noses, hiccups, cold sores and more; a chicken sausage dinner.
Counting down to the Super Bowl; NFL star Amani Toomer; five football-themed cheeseballs; a coupon expert; interior designers Genevieve Gorder and Taniya Nayak give ideas for game-day decor; pretzel-crusted chicken tenders.
President Bill Clinton helps Rachael prepare a healthy chili; talk-show host Michael Strahan has a message for his mother, who is updating Dr. Ian Smith on her weight loss; Buffalo-turkey chili potato skins
Three football stars and their significant others compete in a Super Bowl Recipe Playoff; co-host chef Curtis Stone.
Rachael serves up viewers' 10 favorite recipes; Simon Helberg ("The Big Bang Theory"); pasta with Parmesan fondue; co-host Cat Deeley.
Abby Major ("MasterChef Junior"); a 16-year-old guitar prodigy performs; a 4-year-old golfer; a 12-year-old dancer gets a surprise from one of his heroes; white chili-turkey tacos.
Naomi Campbell ("Empire"); a dad gets a makeover; chef Anne Burrell prepares two party starters; meatball stroganoff.
Tony Goldwyn ("Scandal"); three viewers compete in a musical face-off, and one gets a surprise; roasted pork chops with green beans and potatoes.
Rachael and talk-show host Dr. Phil McGraw have a big surprise for a person who answers the phone; "The 20/20 Diet"; Florentine-style baked eggplant parm.
Dr. Mehmet Oz discusses weight loss and puts on a body suit to see what happens to the body when one drinks alcohol; talk-show host Montel Williams; slow-cooker chili; sausage and butternut squash skillet supper.
Actor David Duchovny; the host of the Westminster Kennel Club dog show helps to find homes for dogs; a crispy chicken dinner.
A mystery taster; baked brie; professional organizer Peter Walsh; roast chicken ragout.
Skinny stuffed bell-peppers; a man loses 370 pounds; Victoria's Secret angels make over an audience member; mushroom faro soup with kale; co-host Bob Harper.
Talk-show host Steve Harvey; a couple marries in the studio; makeup artist Mally Roncal's wedding makeup advice; a meal that can be served for brunch, lunch or dinner.
Lara Spencer ("Good Morning America"); Terry Crews ("Brooklyn Nine-Nine"); interior designer Nate Berkus; cheesy tomato sandwich.
NASCAR driver Dale Earnhardt Jr.; mad scientist food challenges; model Camila Alves brings her favorite king cake recipe; pinwheel steaks; co-host Regis Philbin.
Chef Mario Batali makes linguini with anchovies; chefs Lidia Bastianich and Fabio Viviani discuss pasta; interior designer Nate Berkus; Chianti-glazed spaghetti.
Marcia Gay Harden ("Fifty Shades of Grey"); makeovers for people with gray hair; rigatoni with tomatoes, sausage, kale and ricotta.
Baymax ("Big Hero 6"); chef Richard Blais makes Oscar nominee-inspired party snacks; breaking down the races for the biggest awards; skillet steak stroganoff.
Chef Emeril Lagasse; Phil Keoghan ("The Amazing Race"); NBA star Jason Collins; a make-your-own-takeout dish.
Elisabeth Hasselbeck ("Fox and Friends"); gluten-free barbecue chicken sliders; a former CIA agent reveals clues people give criminals; deals on hot new beauty products; a brand-new pasta dinner.
William H. Macy ("Shameless"); Dr. Ian Smith makes guilt-free cheesy chicken; new technology helps a viewer see for the first time in five years; espresso chili.
Bob Harper ("The Biggest Loser"); the best time of day to do just about anything; quick desserts; actor Rainn Wilson; chicken Suiza soft tacos.
Actress Tiffani Thiessen; steak fajitas; co-host Curtis Stone.
James Purefoy ("The Following"); cheesy penne pasta; answers to questions one should ask the mechanic, butcher and pharmacist; a crispy chicken dinner.
Anthony Anderson ("blackish"); coupon pros tell how to make money straight from the couch; taco-baked stuffed potatoes; carbonara baked potato.
The audience must guess which celebrity is sitting incognito among them; interior designer Nate Berkus; Meghan Markle ("Suits"); tomato soup with toasted spaghetti.
A former cop gets a makeover; three new egg-dyeing techniques for Easter; Jason Ritter and Rob Benedict ("The Sidekick"); Sicilian-style cauliflower pasta.
Jane Lynch ("Glee," "Hollywood Game Night"); the most famous dog on Instagram; ordering smarter and saving at restaurants; chicken burgers with sriacha ketchup.
Clinton Kelly ("The Chew") makes a boozy milkshake; comic Bill Bellamy; an HGTV star shows how to make easy, DIY home upgrades, including a chalkboard cabinet; a burger that tastes like bratwurst.
Co-host Curtis Stone makes his family's favorite foods; the stars of "Welcome to Sweetie Pie's" make macaroni and cheese; a hometown hero makes a snack; Rachael's husband's favorite carbonara with spring veggies.
Michael Symon's favorite meatball recipe; Sunny Anderson's collard greens; Katie Lee's beef stroganoff; Rachael's husband makes a cocktail; Rachael makes her mom's chicken curry.
Two stars of "Cinderella"; nurses get surprise makeovers; lemon poppy-seed cake; an easy summer pasta.
Four big college-basketball foodie fans prepare their best recipes in order to impress NBA star Grant Hill; Easter crafts to satisfy a sweet tooth; Italian slow-cooked ribs.
Chef Clodagh McKenna makes Irish soda bread, Irish soda bread ice cream and Guinness cake; organizational pro Peter Walsh discusses spring cleaning for appliances; Old Bay battered-cod sandwiches.
Ted Allen ("Chopped"); how to get iconic hairstyles like those made famous by Farrah Fawcett and Diana Ross; pork chops and gnocchi with Gorgonzola and walnuts.
Tim Gunn ("Project Runway"); Elisha Cuthbert ("One Big Happy"); "Property Brothers" Jonathan and Drew Scott show off easy DIY projects.
Elizabeth Hurley ("The Royals"); Antonio Sabato Jr. ("Fix It & Finish It"); five easy treats that can be made with a box of red velvet cake; white-bean-and-bacon soup.
Rachel Brosnahan ("House of Cards," "The Dovekeepers"); vodka pizza; photo-friendly makeup advice; stuffed veal chops with oven fries.
Chef Fabio Viviani makes recipes with five ingredients each; the hosts of "Impractical Jokers"; Roma Downey ("The Dovekeepers"); springtime lamb shanks.
Viewers test out products that are advertised to be fast fixes for everything from the bust to the booty; YouTube's Daym Drops; Becki Newton and Zachary Knighton ("Weird Loners"); one-pot chicken dinner.
Jesse Tyler Ferguson ("Modern Family"); Colin Quinn ("Cop Show"); rollover recipes for Easter treats; beer-battered fish tacos.
Former MLB stars Al Leiter and Willie Randolph; Billy Gardell ("Mike and Molly"); sausage, peppers and onion hoagies.
Judge Patricia DiMango ("Hot Bench"); Chris D'Elia ("Undateable"); a light and easy pasta supper.
Kym Whitley and Emily Osment ("Young and Hungry"); getting beach-body ready for summer; chrorizo and zucchini posole.
Dr. Ian Smith shares the inside scoop on dangerous medical trends; Finola Hughes ("General Hospital")
Chef Curtis Stone; Derek Hough ("Dancing with the Stars"); the dancing duo from the Radio City Rockettes' "New York Spring Spectacular.
Actor Kevin Bacon; Dr. Ian Smith tells five ways to make a home healthier and safer; an Italian meat sauce and pasta dish.
Katie Lee makes BLT burgers, chili dogs and potato salad; Hilary Duff and Sutton Foster ("Younger"); a woman confesses to her husband that her gravy is not homemade; Buffalo bacon cheeseburgers.
TV personality Regis Philbin; Mel B. ("America's Got Talent"); chef Jason Roberts and HGTV's Genevieve Gorder bring food and home-design hacks; meatballs with tomato-tarragon sauce.
Co-host Curtis Stone makes a breakfast sandwich and an enchilada from leftovers; Mally Roncal turns old makeup into brand-new products; an orange/chicken dinner.
Kevin James ("Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2"); Eddie Kaye Thomas ("Scorpion"); a brand-new chicken dish.
Actress Jessica Alba; a deserving volunteer gets a $25,000 surprise; Christopher Kimball (" America's Test Kitchen") tries out cooking gadgets; spaghetti with bacon.
David Hyde Pierce and David Burtka (Broadway's "It Shoulda Been You"); how a family's clutter can become cash; Jonathan Kite ("2 Broke Girls"); barbecue beef and pepper stir-fry
Three mothers test out products for babies; a woman gets back into a bikini for the first time in 10 years; make-your-own takeout; co-hosts NFL star Tony Gonzalez and wife October.
An hour of surprises for Rachael; actor Nick Cannon; Carla Hall ("The Chew"); singer Patrick Monahan.
The results of the viewers' vote on which family gets a new kitchen; TV personality Carter Oosterhouse presents potential design plans for the new kitchen.
A Mystery Taster; grilled guacamole; triplets get makeovers; a pesto pasta dinner.
A birthday cocktail; chef Marc Murphy makes beer-can chicken; pork ramen bowls; an ice cream sundae; co-host Sunny Anderson.
Bob Harper ("The Biggest Loser"); a Weight Loss Warrior shows off her new look; Anthony Anderson ("blackish"); a burger for spring.
Viewers test products that are advertised to turn back the hands of time; Jonny Lee Miller ("Elementary"); three desserts that can be made in a skillet; chicken cobb salad with avocado ranch.
Singer Tim McGraw surprises a fan; chef Ryan Scott prepares batter that can be used for pancakes and waffles; a baby chef; combining pasta carbonara and macaroni-and-cheese.
LL Cool J ("Lip Sync Battle," "NCIS: Los Angeles"); a sex expert helps a couple; a date-night chicken dinner
Chef Rick Bayless judges chefs Katie Lee and Josh Capon's tacos and margaritas; Pauley Perrette ("NCIS"); frito pie burritos.
Actor Jerry O'Connell; baby animals; a makeover for a man who has been wearing the same sneakers for nearly 30 years; Gina Rodriguez ("Jane the Virgin"); a classic chicken dinner.
Dr. Jill Biden; the National Teacher of the Year; Dr. Travis Stork shows how fruit and vegetables can help common health problems; TV personality Bill Rancic; the 9 Million Meals campaign; a patty melt with a twist.
Chef Curtis Stone and wife, actress Lindsay Price, prepare brunch cakes; the design chosen for the America Designs Your Kitchen winner; chicken paillard; pots de creme.
Lily Tomlin ("Grace and Frankie"); Cookie Monster prepares a recipe from his new cookbook; NFL star Deion Sanders; Mexican chicken pizza.
Three Tuition Competition finalists compete for full tuition to the International Culinary Center; chef Jacques Pépin; singer Thalía surprises a fan; a hearty vegetable soup.
Author Tom Brokaw; friends and heroes who have worked toward the goal of raising 9 Million Meals for hungry Americans; BLT spaghetti.
Michael Strahan's mother and Dr. Ian Smith return for her final weigh-in; Michael's surprise for her; Skylar Astin ("Pitch Perfect 2"); the America Designs Your Kitchen makeover is complete.
Sharon Osbourne ("The Talk"); five-ingredient healthy dinners; roasted tomato tart; Italian roast beef sammies.
The final weigh-in for the Weight Loss Warriors; TV personality Melissa Rivers; Dr. Ian Smith tells of his day on the set of "General Hospital"; chutney chicken salad.
Michael Symon ("The Chew") makes roast chicken with salsa verde; spicy chicken and cheddar waffles; Curtis Stone's croque madame sandwich; Fabio Viviani's lasagna Bolognese; Buddy Valastro's must-bake brownies.
Grillmaster Adam Perry Lang prepares spice-rubbed steak and barbecue sauce; Clinton Kelly ("The Chew") reveals five style secrets; Bella Thorne ("Scream"); a make-your-own-takeout dish; co-host Curtis Stone.
Watermelon pizza; making a watermelon frog; Camila Alves makes treats; Derek Theler ("Baby Daddy"); Southern-style chili burgers.
Dr. Ian Smith reveals four common health mistakes; cooking mistakes; bra sizes; "Cake Boss" ladies; one-pot chicken dinner.
Regis Philbin challenges Peter Walsh to clean out his memorabilia box; Elisabeth Hasselbeck gets questions from the audience; beef stir fry.
Dr. Ruth speaks to audience members; Jonathan and Drew Scott give tips for sprucing up your yard; hot dog flautas.
Cat Deeley and Paula Abdul ("So You Think You Can Dance"); stylists Gretta Monahan and Robert Verdi help a bride find her dream dress; chicken-and-chipotle tacos.
Chef Geoffrey Zakarian shows off three new kitchen gadgets; a simple skillet dinner.
Stacy London ("What Not to Wear"); three cool desserts for hot summer days; design pro John Gidding settles two decor debates; spicy steak salad with sriacha dressing
Bert Kreischer jumps on a Velcro wall to win prizes for the audience; 15 tasty ways to top burgers; grilled chicken tacos.
Organizational pro Peter Walsh learns how to get a better night's sleep; a woman who does not wear dresses gets help finding a style she loves; creamy chicken and garlic soup.
Chef Melissa d'Arabian helps a woman feed her family on $60 a week; an audience member gets her first haircut in 30 years; using trash to transform a living space; a spaghetti dinner with prosciutto.