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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 makes comfort food the easy way starting with carrot cake French toast, a tasty combo of two classics in one make-ahead breakfast; she makes corn and green chili chowder in a multi pot, butterscotch lava cake and a fried red tomato sandwich.
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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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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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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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Ree has been stocking up for four make-ahead meals that are as cheap as they are easy to make; her recipes include inexpensive slow cooker teriyaki ribs with quick slaw, Tex-Mex meatballs, BBQ chicken baked potatoes and a cheesy rigatoni pepper bake.
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Ree Drummond is focusing on quick and easy one-pan meals, starting with fresh and crunchy Turkey Taco Lettuce Wraps with Pico de Gallo; Then she makes Shrimp and Bell Pepper Stir Fry and Four Seasons Skillet Pizza and Pizza Sauce using a shortcut.
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Ree makes mini chocolate-pecan-caramel cheesecakes perfect for impromptu entertaining; ice cream truffles two ways; grab-and-go peanut butter protein bars power up the kids; frozen tiramisu cake packs classic flavor into a frosty slice.
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The Drummond kids are in the kitchen for a fun collection of culinary collaborations; Paige and Bryce get creative with make-your-own own grilled fruit pizza; a strawberry shortcake cake; mother-daughter reboot of the cutest marshmallow pops.
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Ree Drummond is sharing her favorite comfort food classics from over the years, starting with chicken and dumplings; she also makes Beef Stroganoff and Welsh Rarebit, and for a sweet finish, she bakes a skillet apple crisp.
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At the end of the workday, Ree Drummond and her team are having a casual office-warming party at their new space in town.
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Ree makes a classic cowboy lunch with cheeseburger meatloaf, quick ranch potatoes, spicy green beans, and her chocolate Cow Patty cookies that she wraps to grab and go.
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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.
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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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It's the tale of three prairie breakfasts as Ree Drummond welcomes the morning at the ranch; savory breakfast kabobs; sweet breakfast kabobs; shortcut doughnut holes; honey yogurt dipping sauce; pancake pockets; egg-in-a-hole sandwich.
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Ree Drummond is preparing for a night of canapes, cocktails and canvasses with a fun painting class at The Merc and she has the fine art of finger food covered.
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Ree Drummond is making lunch for two of her favorite ranchers: Ladd, who is her husband, and his dad, Chuck.
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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 answers cookout questions from friends and locals; she shares a chicken fajita salad and cilantro lime dressing arranged as a stunning centerpiece, plus pepperoni potato salad and Southern panzanella; Ree also makes grilled sheet pan s'mores.

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