As we mentioned some time ago, Rachael Ray spent some time in the Bay Area putting together a show for her latest series, Rachael's Vacation, which aired last week and will run again February 6 at 11 p.m., February 7 at 2:30 a.m., and February 15 at 2:30 p.m. on the Food Network.
But for those of you who'd like to read it and weep — or just follow in her tiny footsteps — we'll share her rather interesting itinerary with you.
The show's regular intro is sheer Bizarro World comedy: “Have I got a crazy life?! I mean, between 30 Minute Meals, the magazine, the shows, the books, my family, how's a girl supposed to catch her breath? Well, I'm about to show ya. I'm about to sneak away for a quick trip and the best part — you're coming with me!”
As if the show we're watching weren't on TV, just like 30 Minute Meals and her talk show, and didn't involve real work.
That aside, for this sneaky quick trip Rachael visits Berkeley, Mill Valley, and Sausalito. No cliche is left unturned — in Berkeley, “you'll find a bohemian vibe”; Mill Valley is “nestled among redwoods and canyons” and is “a creative hideaway for artists” (already rich ones, we presume); and Sausalito is “a cute little seaside village that is a must-see for any traveller' — but we approve of many of Rachael's choices, having tried them ourselves. And therefore we're also willing to follow her to the ones we haven't visited.
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