Rachel Ray has been hosting her party at Stubb’s for the past three years which
showcases her culinary skills and her husband’s musical talents.
Lines formed well before the doors opened at 10:30 am and filled the large
open air venue. It was indeed a party, even on the street.
Rachel “Twittered” that about 5,000 people were in line by 9:00 am.
Of the extensive lineup John Cusimano, (Rachel’s husband), played with his
band, The Cringe. During the set, Cusimano invited his friend, Billy Gibbons
of ZZ Top to the stage.
Gibbons later signed a guitar that will be auctioned off on Ray’s Facebook
page for her favorite cause.
This was the first year that Feedback fell on St.Patrick’s Day and there was
plenty of free drinks to celebrate.
The crowd waited in line for three hours to try the dishes Rachel created
especially for the party: mini corn dogs, brisket on biscuit, sloppy turkey
sliders and my favorite, vegan nachos.
Rachel came off stage to shoot photos of the bands and the crowd. Rachel
appeared to be very approachable just like her public image. I loved the
atmosphere, the music and great food. Rachel knows how to throw a party!