One Year Later: Simba Confirms Rachael Ray's Best Years Behind Her

January 2008
Book Publishing Report;Jan2008, Vol. 33 Issue 1, p8
Trade Publication
The article reports that Chef Rachel Ray had reached the peak of her cooking career in 2006. According to the preliminary 2006 bestseller data, out of the top 20 bestselling cookbooks of 2006, Ray wrote nine of them, and took the top three spots in Simba's Composite List. Earnings are predicted to continue for Lake Isle Press and Clarkson Potter as her published cookbooks are still hitting the market.


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