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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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Chicken fried steak sliders piled on warm buttermilk biscuits and served with buttermilk gravy; perfect fried potatoes; cherry pie cookie bars.
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Ree Drummond is all about speedy seafood, and she starts by whipping up snappy Coconut Shrimp and Mango Dipping Sauce; shrimp, lobster and calamari star in Mixed Seafood Pasta, and Greek Grilled Salmon with Veggies includes a handy shortcut.
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Roasted lemon chicken legs; Mexican macaroni salad; watermelon pico de gallo; brown sugar oatmeal cookies.
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Five-ingredient meals; chicken fennel bake; Spanish baked salmon; teriyaki pork; spaghetti carbonara; eggs in tomatoes; a dreamy veggie tortellini soup.
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Ree Drummond shares treats that her sons love the most, including chocolate spreads with all sorts of toppings for football camp; breakfast quesadillas make an easy on-the-go meal for when Bryce and Todd are too busy playing to stop and eat.
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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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Ree Drummond uses random cuts of beef; slow cooker Sunday stew with buttery parsley lemon noodles; bottom round steak in a teriyaki beef stir fry; ground beef in meat pies; top round London broil in a grilled beef salad.
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Ree Drummond tries to win back her husband; she makes the Farmer's Breakfast, with over-easy fried eggs, honey-glazed ham, fried sausage and bacon, plus crispy bits potatoes and sticky buns; Ree versus her own restaurant.
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Brie-stuffed mushrooms; bacon-wrapped shrimp with chili butter; prime rib and horseradish sauce; whisky glazed carrots; roasted asparagus; chipotle salted chocolate truffles; a tower of cupcakes.
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Ree Drummond reclaims kitchen scraps and transforms them into star dishes; roasted potato peels, stir-fried broccoli stems and an all-purpose overnight chicken broth; crisper crash frittata; leftover fruit bread.
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Ladd's dad grills his famous chicken a la Chuck while the family's at church; deviled bacon and eggs; a big pot of pork lovers' baked beans; a country-style peach slab pie.
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Bartlesville cream pie; sweet and sour lollipops; lemon bread pudding with bourbon whipped cream; Mike's crispy treats.
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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 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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Ree Drummond's focus is on her father-in-law as the family helps him work cattle and she makes him dinner; the menu includes all of his favorites: Chuck's enchiladas and quick roasted salsa is totally rancher-worthy.
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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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Ree makes buffalo chicken totchos, assembles a fun twist on pizza with her broccoli cheese stromboli and makes a simple, one-pot beef noodle skillet.
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Chicken mozzarella pasta; shrimp scampi; pasta puttanesca; quick shells and cheese.
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Ree Drummond stocks her kitchen with the ingredients for some of her favorite meatless meals; she whips up broccoli cheese baked potatoes, Greek grilled eggplant steaks, roasted vegetable panzanella, Italian cornbread, and tofu lettuce wraps.
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Ree Drummond spends some quality time with her son, Bryce by making him beef fajita nachos; slow cooker white chicken chili; orange-vanilla monkey bread; meat and potato scramble.
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Ree Drummond turns four of her favorite recipes into lighter, healthier, 16-minute meals; a quick chicken parmesan for the kids' dinner; lighter Asian noodle salad; tasty taco skillet; fried pork chops with white beans and spinach.

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