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A Little Rachael Ray in Your Pocket

I've said it before and I'll say it again, Rachael Ray is everywhere. And now, she's even on your phone. For a "low monthly fee" ($2.99), AT&T subscribers can enjoy Rachael Ray's Recipes on the Run - 40 new recipes each month, complete with personal preparation tips from Rachael. Once a recipe is selected there's a "My Shopping List" feature that allows you to add recipe ingredients directly to a shopping list. If 40 recipes are too many to choose from, you can give the good ol' EVOO bottle a spin and get Yum-O! meal inspirations.

Folks there's no escaping, she was already everywhere, so she might as well be on your phone too. I don't think I'll subscribe, but I must admit, I love the idea of having an automatic shopping list on my phone.

Source: AT&T

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LadeeVolFan LadeeVolFan 8 years
How about getting messages from Anthony Bourdain bashing Rachael Ray...I'd pay for that...
SU3 SU3 8 years
I'd rather just get them online...
ktownpolarbear ktownpolarbear 8 years
it may be worth subscribing just to have that automatic shopping list. too bad i'm not at&t subscriber.
chancleta chancleta 8 years
wow she is everywhere...i like her shows and stuff but it's getting to be a bit much no?
ALSW ALSW 8 years
I'm gold now, yay! Hehe. And honestly? I'm getting a little sick of seeing Rachael everywhere now too!
ALSW ALSW 8 years
It's a good and interesting idea, but I don't think that I'd use it either. Cheaper (and works for me) just to look at recipes online or in a cookbook and add the ingredients I don't currently have to my grocery list!
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