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Home, Home on the Cooking Range

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In case you haven’t already heard, The Pioneer Woman has gotten her own show on Food Network. Yee-haw! I have been a big fan of Ree Drummond’s blog and cookbook for awhile. Apparently I’m not the only one—the woman has 13 million people following her blog. And if her on screen personality is anything like her writing style, the whole rest of the world is gonna fall right in love with her too.

If you don’t have this cookbook, check it out. I tend to use it more in the winter because Ree serves up some very hearty meals to her cowboys & cowgirls. So far my favorite recipe is the lasagna—it is always a huge hit and bound to be a future post.

Anyway, I’ll be tuning in August 27 at 10:30. Will you?

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4 thoughts on “Home, Home on the Cooking Range

  1. Yay! I love Pioneer Woman!!! I can’t wait to see the show!

  2. I am so tempted to sign up for cable just to watch PW. I have her cookbook but I have to say that while the recipes are amazing as usual, the graphic designer in me was seriously disappointed in the quality of the design and images used. Her blog does a much better job of showcasing her photography.

    • Yeah, I would agree–the cookbook graphics aren’t my favorite. I prefer things clean & simple. At least the recipes are good! I like the photos on her blog too, but sometimes I think there are too many. I’m thinking, I have already seen what a chopped an onion looks like about a million times … Anyway, maybe you can watch full episodes online?

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