Rachael Ray's Tasty Travels

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Rachael Ray's Tasty Travels
Genre Cooking
Created by Rachael Ray
Wade Sheeler
Written by Kristine A. Tata
Don Colliver
Lisa Clinard
Stephen Guerrieri
Jennifer MacLean
Lesley Mayer
Directed by Adjani Vivas
Wade Sheeler
No. of seasons 5
No. of episodes 56
Production
Executive producer(s) Rachael Ray
Tara Sandler
Scott Templeton
Robb Weller
Steve Lange
Jennifer Davidson
Gary H. Grossman
Wade Sheeler
Producer(s) Wade Sheeler
Lauren Metzger
Lisa Clinard
Adjani Vivas
Courtney MacGregor
Stephen Guerrieri
Editor(s) Kathie Burr
Javier Fuentes Leon
Cinematography Jeff Doser
Mark Daniels
Forrest Stangel
Frederic Menou
Stan McMeekin
Running time 30 min.
Production company(s) Pie Town Productions
Weller/Grossman Productions
High Noon Entertainment
Distributor Food Network
Broadcast
Original channel Food Network
Original airing August 26, 2005
Chronology
Related shows $40 a Day
External links
Website Website

Rachael Ray's Tasty Travels is a television show based on cook Rachael Ray and her travels around the world (somewhat similar to her 2002 Food Network show, $40 a Day). However, in this show she is not restricted by a budget and showcases food from more upscale eateries. She tries different types of food from each place she visits, and gives a "Hot List of Values", which includes some of her favorite places visited from $40 a Day. The show airs on the Food Network and is her fourth Food Network program. It first aired on August 26, 2005. She provides voiceovers for most of the show and is shown at only one or two places. Her husband, John Cusimano, usually accompanies her at the one or two restaurants she visits per episode. The show was developed with Producer Wade Sheeler following the success of her first travel show on Food Network, $40 a Day.

Forty-one episodes were produced during the series' first two years; Ray stated on a September 7, 2007 appearance on Late Show with David Letterman that she had just completed work on twenty additional episodes, which had begun airing the previous week.


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