Host Rachael Ray visits actress Mariel Hemingway at her house in Westlake Village, CA, for a home-cooked meal and some good conversation. The day concludes with a delicious meal, shared with Mariel's daughters, and their friends Britany and Kailie.
Rachael Ray takes a trip to Montecito, CA, for lunch at the home of "NYPD Blue" star Dennis Franz. As they take a stroll through the lovely grounds, Dennis talks about his many years on the hit show. Next Dennis's daughter Tricia prepares baked crab cakes.
Rachael Ray travels to Clarksdale, Mississippi for a visit with actor Morgan Freeman. At Madidi, Rachael hears how Morgan became an actor, and learns some "Inside Dish" about his childhood in Mississippi
Rachael Ray goes to Sherman Oaks, CA for dinner with the up-and-coming star of E.R., Mekhi Phifer. The restaurant is Mekhi's favorite hang-out, Spazio, and it features fine cuisine and terrific jazz from some of the leading musicians around.
Rachael Ray travels to Malibu, CA for lunch at the beachfront home of Cheech Marin. Cheech takes Rachael on a tour of the grounds and talks about his extensive collection of Chicano art. Then, it's into the kitchen to prepare a banana blossom salad
Rachael Ray travels to Northvale, NJ for lunch with "Crossing Jordan" star Jill Hennessy. Jill and her husband own Hennessy's Tavern. Jill talks about her early struggles as an actress, and she and Paolo describe the joys of raising their baby.
Rachael visits with rock-n-roll chef Jaime Laurita and learns what it takes to cook on the road. Then she meets Aerosmith guitarist Joe Perry, who tells her about how he balances rock stardom with fatherhood, and describes his own brand of hot sauce.
Rachael Ray visits trendy Melrose Avenue in LA for lunch with actor, singer, and talk-show host Tony Danza. The location: Frankie's on Melrose. Then, the two enjoy some of Tony's favorite dishes, and talk about his upcoming talk show.
Rachael Ray spends an evening at Amalfi owned by comedian Adam Carolla, star of "The Man Show," "Crank Yankers" and "Loveline". Adam comically describes his involvement in the day-to-day operation of the establishment.
Rachael Ray travels to Sin City itself, Las Vegas, Nevada, for dinner and offbeat conversation with comic magicians Penn & Teller, hosts of the Showtime series Penn & Teller's Bullsh*t. The day starts at the Voodoo Café inside the Rio Hotel and Casino.
Rachael Ray meet at Aisha's favorite restaurant, Grace in the heart of LA. In the bar, Rachael quizzes the former poli sci student about her political interests and tells her own story about Richard Nixon. Next, over dinner Aisha talks about her husband.
Rachael Ray is one of the honored guests at Fred and Mary Willard's annual 4th of July Party. Rachael gets a chance to sit down with Fred, star of Best in Show, Anchorman. Fred talks about his love of baseball and his long and successful career.
Rachael Ray heads up into the Hollywood Hills for lunch with model and television personality Daisy Fuentes. They chat on Daisy's lovely patio, then, it's into the kitchen, where Daisy shows Rachael how to make a Cuban favorite, pica dilla.
Rachael Ray makes a big impression on her 13-year-old niece by cooking a meal with movie and TV star Raven-Symone. Raven describes her hit Disney Channel show, That's So Raven, all while Raven shows Rachael how to make her favorite - Baked Ziti
Rachael Ray makes a foray into Beverly Hills for lunch at Mr. Chow's, with director Brett Ratner. Brett describes directing music videos for Russell Simmons, and working with Jackie Chan in the "Rush Hour" movies. The two also enjoy a delicious lunch.
Rachael Ray travels to Chicago for a visit with Rick Nielsen of Cheap Trick. Rick owns Piece Brewery and Pizzeria. Rachael gets a tour of the restaurant, a demonstration of how its beer is brewed, and learns how to make one of its specialties, chocolate tiramisu pizza.
Rachael visits the home of actress Ming-Na, star of "E.R." and the voice of Disneys "Mulan." Ming-Na shows Rachael how she makes two traditional Chinese dishes, lions mane and steamed fish.
Rachael Ray travels to Miami, FL, for dinner with Latin music legend Gloria Estefan. Rachael gets a tour of Glorias nightclub, Bongos Cuban Café, and finds out about some of the restaurants specialties. The two sit down for a chat about Glorias career, her home life, and her miraculous recovery from a near-fatal accident many years ago
Rachael Ray visits Otto, the New York restaurant owned by Mario Batali, for dinner with television and stage star Mario Cantone. Mario tells Rachael about his work on the hit HBO series "Sex and the City," and his one-man show on Broadway.