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The Pioneer Woman

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Noted food blogger and cookbook author Ree Drummond, known to her fans as "The Pioneer Woman," is a sassy former city slicker who has moved to a ranch in Oklahoma to live with her rancher husband and their children (not to mention her extended family, a menagerie of animals). Drummond makes the jump from print to TV in this series as she invites viewers into her life (and kitchen), sharing her brand of home cooking, from suppers that are thrown together in a hurry to preparing elaborate celebrations.

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Ree Drummond is making quick family meals at home on the ranch, including pork marsala with mushrooms and a gorgeous grilled shrimp panzanella; Ree makes spinach artichoke calzones and shortcut creamy tortellini soup, a real 10-minute wonder.
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Ree Drummond is geared up for an action-packed morning of ranching and get-ahead cooking; she stocks the freezer with a Meatball and Polenta Casserole, Everything Bagel Bombs with Everything Bagel Seasoning along with a chicken cordon bleu.
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Cheesy bacon hot dogs and campfire quesadillas over the fire; do-it-yourself campfire cone bar; crazy cookies; sangria.
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Ree Drummond makes divine chocolate treats for her daughter, Paige, to share with her school friends, and she sneaks in a few for her husband, Ladd, at the same time.
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The Drummond family is throwing a farewell dinner for college-bound cousins Paige and Caleb, featuring a spread of their favorite food; Ree makes two side dishes, brown butter mashed potatoes and roasted cauliflower salad.
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Ree Drummond's family spends a hot afternoon hauling hay at her brother-in-law's house, so she makes slow-cooked ribs, a cheesy hominy casserole, Ladd's grandmother's legendary broccoli salad, and an ice cream layer cake.
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Ree prepares a tailgate lunch consisting of a beef taco bar with green chile queso, chipotle salsa and chili beans, angel sugar cookies and homemade blueberry lemonade.
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Ree's sister Betsy visits the ranch; frittata; kale citrus salad; mystery rolls; lemon-lime pound cake.
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Black Beans takes center stage in mango guacamole, taco pizza, grilled veggie burritos and a quick black bean burger.
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Chicken mozzarella pasta; shrimp scampi; pasta puttanesca; quick shells and cheese.
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Ree cooks Tex-Mex marvels and fills the freezer with family favorites; she makes a big pot of green chili pork stew and a batch of Fiesta Mac and Cheese; her All-Purpose Tex-Mex Veggies go in soft tacos, veggie taco salad and quesadillas.
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Ree Drummond answers wildcard questions from friends, townsfolk and visitors to Pawhuska.
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On-the-go food ideas include breakfast bagel burgers, taco chicken Caesar salad wraps, spinach phyllo hand pies and doughnut ice-cream sandwiches.
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Ree hosts a girls' night at the lodge, complete with a tasty spread of canapes and cocktails; her recipes include citrus shrimp nachos, zucchini quinoa cakes with herbed yogurt, slow-cooker fondue, goat cheese truffles and butterfly martinis.
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Ree Drummond shares her cajun surf and turf pasta, pineapple chicken stir-fry, shortcut broccoli and tomato flatbread pizzas and a street corn quesadilla --all ideal for Monday to Friday meals that need to be ready in moments.
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Ree serves up easy, delicious Labor Day eats; there are crispy wings with hot honey sauce and spicy pimento cheese grits; for something sweet, Ree makes divine peach shortcakes and a refreshing ginger cherry limeade spritzer.
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Ree Drummond prepares old-fashioned comfort foods; tuna noodle casserole; meatballs in sweet and sour sauce; glazed apple dumplings; cheesy Welsh rarebit.
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Ree packs a kitchen-equipment care package for her daughter; there's a Quarter Sheet Pan Supper that's fast to make after a day in the office; Wonton Taco Cups made in a mini-cupcake tin; a nonstick skillet to cook a Cheddar and Apple Grilled Cheese.
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Ree Drummond is delivering a tailgate lunch to her husband, Ladd, and the cowboys who are out working cattle; when she delivers the food, it's Cowgirl Ree in action as Ladd ropes her into helping out.
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Peach whiskey chicken; ideas for casseroled and fried chicken thigh dishes; applesauce; apple pancakes, with pork chops; healthy breakfast muffins; brisket tostadas.
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Monster cookies; calzones with homemade marinara sauce; cherry and pomegranate sherbet.

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