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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 uses a multicooker to turn seriously delicious short ribs with collards into fast food, and punches up the flavor in her spicy Brussels Caesar salad; zucchini carbonara; Ree sneaks beets into hidden secret brownies.
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Ree Drummond is sharing recipes and stories from an engagement fiesta she hosted for a family friend; she re-creates the Tex-Mex party menu by making crispy cerveza battered fish, with a fiery salsa roja and cooling charred lime crema.
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Ree Drummond makes a ranch-style holiday meal: pumpkin rum cake with maple whipped cream, glazed ham, broccoli rice casserole, slow cooker sweet potatoes.
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Ree makes a dinner to celebrate her son's football team taking on its rivals; cheesesteak paninis and homemade cheese sauce; carrot fries and ketchupy ranch; peanut butter chocolate chunk cookies.
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There's a new cowboy on the ranch, and Ree Drummond is making him dinner to go and sharing the epic story of delivering his massive, ready-built house; the main course is an easy chicken jalapeno popper casserole with fresh-baked pretzel rolls.
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Ree shares some of the chocolate recipes her family loves; Ladd's Chocolate Pie; Chocolate Butterscotch Caramel Bars; Dipped and Decorated Waffle Cones with triple mint chocolate chip ice cream; microwave chocolate cake in a mug.
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Ree Drummond celebrates the opening of her new sweet shop with a lineup of treats and sundaes; she makes an old-fashioned Jeweled Divinity and shares the secrets to two of the over-the-top sundaes.
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Ree Drummond is making a special meal to deliver to Beverly, the curator of the Drummond family's historic home and museum.
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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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Skillet chicken lasagna; a meal kit for spinach alfredo pasta bake with all the elements packed and portioned for a time-saving dinner; pasta ai quattro formaggi; a make-ahead cheesy sausage rigatoni casserole.
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Ree cooks up dishes that she can serve half now and freeze the rest for another time, including shrimp scampi stuffed shells, nacho cheese casserole, ranch pizza pie and slow cooker drip beef sandwiches.
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Ree Drummond dishes up great ideas for quick and easy game day dishes; five-cheese Pepperoni Pizza Queso; caramel and chocolate cookies; Sheet Pan Sausage and Pepper Hoagies; Garlic-Ranch Party Mix.
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Ree Drummond is hoping to score big with dinner for the boys after quarterback training.
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Ree Drummond trades the ranch for the Brady frontier as she cooks dinner at the newly renovated Brady house for Jasmine Roth; the menu is a throwback to the Brady era with a little Ree-modeling inspired by some of her favorite characters and moments.
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With the kids out on the town at a street party, Ree Drummond and Ladd enjoy a night in; they cook surf and turf skewers with Cajun hollandaise, a Romaine wedge salad with loaded ranch dressing and rummy pineapples and cream to keep things sweet.
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For breakfast, Ree whips up chilaquiles, a Mexican breakfast with Osage County style; Ree's lunch is Speedy Teriyaki Salmon, and she makes a fast steak sheet pan supper before wrapping things up with Midnight Toast.
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Ree Drummond whips up four speedy 16-minute meals: buffalo chicken burgers, Tex-Mex pulled chicken, a snappy 16 Min-estrone soup, and balsamic chicken.
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For Ree Drummond, it's out with the old and in with new favorites that are all quick and easy; she makes over a cowboy classic; Then there's a marvelous mashup in Very Green Orzotto, a miracle one pan pasta and risotto combo.
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It's chicken all ways as Ree Drummond whips up four quick and easy chicken dinners; for company, she makes mustard herb chicken cutlets and garlic spinach and a classic sandwich in her chicken nugget bacon ranch club.
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Ree Drummond puts together a quick and easy ranch-style cookout; she makes Caribbean Burgers with mango slaw for a taste of the islands in Oklahoma, and her Sunshine Pasta Salad and lemon mustard dressing is a colorful side dish.
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Ree Drummond is sharing 100-percent kid-approved recipes that are all quick and easy to make; Ree makes mini burgers and bite-sized fries for her Waffle Fry Sliders; 4-Cheese Pepperoni Pizzadilla is a combination of two favorites.

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