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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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Cheesy bacon hot dogs and campfire quesadillas over the fire; do-it-yourself campfire cone bar; crazy cookies; sangria.
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It's chicken, chicken and more chicken with terrific recipes from the ranch.
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Spicy fried chicken sandwiches piled high with crunchy coleslaw; salmon and veggie grain bowl; blondies and Mercantile Snack Mix.
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Slow-cooked spicy shredded pork; cheese enchiladas; crunchy chipotle slaw; lemon bars.
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Barbecue chicken pizza with spicy slaw; spicy veggie stir fry; spinach Alfredo pasta bake; stuffed bell peppers.
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Ree Drummond creates a combination of Italian and Mexican with a chicken enchilasagna; prepares zucchini bread waffles with cream cheese syrup for the kids' breakfast; potato chip and chocolate chip cookies and a cheeseburger salad.
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Chicken tortilla casserole with homemade enchilada sauce; fiesta tomato wedge salad; Mexican fruit cocktail with a sweet lime yogurt.
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Ree's hits the road for a major bulk buy trip and stocks up on chicken breasts; cobb salad; skillet chicken lasagna;Thai lettuce wraps; chicken rice soup.
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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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The Drummond family tackles a big fence post project on the ranch; strip steak sandwiches with grilled onions and over easy eggs; cowboy dippers with a delicious buttermilk dip; shortcut mini pecan pies and frozen summer coolers.
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Ree Drummond shares her top five favorite puffed pastry recipes; cheese straws and sausage parmesan palmiers; individual beef pot pies; puff pastry pizzas; Ree's marvelous Mille Feuille.
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Ree Drummond uses just three ingredients in a round-the-clock range of dishes including ham and cheese loaf, penne pecorino, fried mozzarella, one-pan miracle mango salsa chicken and ice box cake.
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Ree Drummond is making freezer food for her friend and assistant Haley to enjoy after she has a baby; Ree assembles her Mean Green Pasta Casserole and a batch of White Bean and Sausage Soup for easy dinners.
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Ree Drummond prepares three lunches; beef noodle salad bowls with peanut sauce; a cowboy bento box packed with chicken wings in homemade BBQ sauce, creamy lemon basil potato salad, and apple and celery slaw; kale pasta mason jar salad.
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Ree makes foolproof pizza dough, garlic butter and a no-cook pizza sauce and uses them for her triple pepperoni pizza and her signature pie, Pizza Ree-a; a mashup of Caesar salad and Not Knots; the Naughty Cowgirl cocktail.
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Stuffed pizza crust with arrabiata sauce; orange blueberry muffin tops; a little fruit with my crisp; crispy chicken skins; incredible CLT salad with simple ranch dressing.
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Fried shrimp; curly fries; grilled corn casserole; Mexican chocolate sundaes with cinnamon hot fudge sauce.
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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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Ree is making spring favorites to share at her church potluck; glazed pineapple ham slices; primavera pasta salad with lemon and parmesan dressing; caramelized onion dip; lemon poppy seed mini scones; Ree also shares her total pantry makeover.
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Ree Drummond answers wildcard questions from friends, townsfolk and visitors to Pawhuska.
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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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