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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 honors her favorite mothers by making sweet deliveries; she delivers strawberry cheesecake brownies, a blood orange rosemary pound cake, a fruit bouquet, edible kisses, and vanilla meringue cookies.
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Ree explores 16-minute marvels with four weeknight dinners cooked against the clock; she makes pork schnitzel sandwiches, an Italian sausage pasta skillet, a spicy, stir-fried Kung Pao cauliflower and honey garlic shrimp skewers with garlic spinach.
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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 dishes up four incredibly easy meals in under 40 minutes; she prepares chicken with pesto cream, a cajun veggie pasta, a sheet pan shrimp puttanesca and skirt steak with bok choy.
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Ree prepares breakfast burritos packed with an all-in-one spicy meat-and-egg scramble for Ladd to share with the cowboys; braised brisket and vegetables; twice-baked sweet potatoes; chocolate slab ice cream sandwiches.
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Ree Drummond opens up in a fun interview about children; an 11-carton cake with a simple trick and vanilla buttercream frosting; a ranch pork chop sheet pan supper; teriyaki shrimp and pineapple parcels; Ravioli a la Bobbi, named after one youngster.
aired 5 days ago
Ree's favorite spicy and snappy 16-minute meals from over the years include Tex-Mex fried rice, a creamy curry Indian-inspired mulligatawny soup, Pawhuska cheesesteaks with a cayenne zip, and a spicy cauliflower stir-fry.
aired 7 days ago
Breakfast tostada topped with fried egg; pineapple chicken tacos; a bowl of pozole with plenty of fixings; quick churros with caramel sauce.
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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 makes an energizing tailgate lunch for a crew of cowboy fixers; dishes include poppin' pork chop sandwiches, roasted corn with four-chili butter, mini lemon lime cupcakes and frontier-style jalapeno berry lemonade.
aired 15 days ago
Ree fills her freezer with breakfast favorites; her to-make list includes Freezer Breakfast Paninis and Very Berry Croissants; Herbalicious Breakfast Casserole is an awesome make-ahead dish, and her frozen yogurt bark is part treat, part sweet.
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Ree spills the beans on 10 things she loves about her husband, Ladd, and the food he loves most; Spatchcock barbecue chicken with apple brown sugar barbecue sauce; waffle fries with sour cream and onion dip; spoon cake with gooey chocolate frosting.
aired 20 days ago
Ree is handpicking three of her best 16-minute chicken dinners from over the years; lighter chicken parmesan has all the yumminess of the classic dish; pepperoni chicken is absolutely unbeatable fast food for Todd and his friend.
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Ree makes care packages for her two daughters in college; she sends them homemade breakfast tarts, nut and seed brittle, salt and pepper crackers and cherry gummies; Ree's sons get involved, too, shopping for fun treats to send to their sisters.
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Italian favorites from the past include a meal kit for herbed chicken Caesar salad pizza; a new take on traditional panzanella salad features roasted vegetables, mozzarella and Italian cornbread croutons.
aired 28 days ago
Ree hosts a cooking and eating get-together with her Oklahoma City Thunder gal friends; white spinach artichoke lasagna with a butternut and kale salad; the party continues with Thunder margaritas in the team colors and boozy berries and cream.
aired 29 days ago
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.
aired 36 days ago
Ree Drummond is prepares for a party by making a tasty lineup of low-carb appetizers; sausage stuffed mushrooms; make-ahead zucchini roll ups; baked brie a la Ree; jalapeno cheese crisps; salmon and cucumber bites; Spanish marinated olives.
aired 42 days ago
Cilantro lime salmon; ginger steak salad and shrimp tacos with slaw and toppings; lighter fried pork chops served with white beans and spinach.
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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.
aired 56 days ago
Ree covers topics ranging from recipes and romance to fashion and ranch favorites; three-meat, three-bean, three-chili chili; shrimp mango lettuce cups; linguine with clam sauce; melon feta bites.

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