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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 thanks the crew helping to open her store; juicy Asian beef skewers; retro ham salad in endive cups; a no-cook crudite platter; decadent clack and white brownies; chewy caramel nut truffles; pawhuska prohibition punch.
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Summer cooking and ideas for easy entertaining include rigatoni with creamy corn, Greek-style turkey burgers stuffed into pitas, jalapeno popper potato salad, and red berry frozen sangria.
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Ree prepares a tailgate lunch consisting of a beef taco bar with green chile queso, chipotle salsa and chili beans, angel sugar cookies and homemade blueberry lemonade.
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Creamy overnight oatmeal with crisp caramel and fresh berries; lamb chops with mint; green beans with lemon and blue cheese; baked sweet potato with cream and mint; boozy dulce de leche coffee.
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Chicken taco salad; roasted red pepper pasta; six varieties of French bread pizzas.
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Black Beans takes center stage in mango guacamole, taco pizza, grilled veggie burritos and a quick black bean burger.
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Make-ahead dishes including chicken satay with peanut sauce and a spinach and artichoke dip with salted pita wedges.
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Ree Drummond improves her potluck game with four portable ideas for barbecue season; she serves up an eight-layer dip, barbecue potato salad, blueberry cornbread panzanella, and a lemon icebox pie.
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When Happy Hour comes at the boarding house that Ree and her family opened, she surprises guests with a cocktail hour spread; she makes Bloody Mary shrimp cocktails, steak and brie bites, Buffalo deviled eggs and glazed mini brownies.
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Ree Drummond's family is throwing a joint birthday bash for Todd and his cousin Caleb, so she's cooking up a barbecue favorite of Caleb's, spicy pulled pork sliders and make-ahead slow cooker baked beans; a three-layered homemade confetti cake.
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Ree Drummond is whipping up fantastic five-ingredient dishes; bruschetta chicken; sweet and spicy honey chili shrimp; veggie ravioli bake; Ree's daughter Paige helps with blissful, fruity frozen yogurt bites.
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A tailgate picnic featuring spicy roasted chicken; cowboy bacon beans; deviled eggs and mocha brownies.
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Ree welcomes Cowboy Cameron to the ranch with a frontier-style dinner kit of his favorite food; short rib sandwiches; roasted butternut squash salad; salted caramel frosted brownies; sweet tea lemonade.
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Pasta dinner with seafood; easy salad lunch.
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Cinnamon-baked French toast; sushi; pasta salad; cookies.
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Scones; eggs Benedict; breakfast potatoes; breakfast burritos.
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Ree makes her father's favorites including a filet topped with roasted asparagus spears, juicy shrimp and a drizzle of hollandaise sauce.
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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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Burgundy beef stew; creamy cheese grits casserole; blistered green beans with a surprise ingredient; mini chocolate-cherry bundt cakes.
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Ree and her son, Todd, are delivering dinner to her dad and stepmom, so Ree makes creamy chicken cacciatore soup, parmesan herb drop biscuits and Italian salad; for dessert, she makes her recipe of dark chocolate cheesecake.
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The family celebrates Ree's father-in-law, Chuck's, birthday; beef tenderloin and jumbo shrimp; Cajun mashed potatoes and garlic butter dinner rolls; strawberry shortcake cake.

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