The Pioneer Woman Cooks: Food from My Frontier
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The Pioneer Woman Cooks: Food from My Frontier

I'm Pioneer Woman.

And I love to cook.

Once upon a time, I fell in love with a cowboy. A strapping, rugged, chaps-wearing cowboy. Then I married him, moved to his ranch, had his babies . . . and wound up loving it. Except the manure. Living in the country for more than fifteen years has taught me a handful of eternal truths: every new day is a blessing, every drop of rain is a gift . . . and nothing tastes more delicious than food you cook yourself.

The Pioneer Woman Cooks: Food from My Frontier is a mouthwatering collection of the simple-but-scrumptious recipes that rotate through my kitchen on a regular basis, including Perfect Pancakes, Cowgirl Quiche, Sloppy Joes, Italian Meatball Soup, White Chicken Enchiladas, and a spicy Carnitas Pizza that'll win you over for life. There are also some elegant offerings for more special occasions at your house: Osso Buco, Honey-Plum-Soy Chicken, and Rib-Eye Steak with an irresistible Onion-Blue Cheese Sauce. And the decadent assortment of desserts, including Blackberry Chip Ice Cream, Apple Dumplings, and Coffee Cream Cake, will make your heart go pitter-pat in the most wonderful way.

In addition to detailed step-by-step photographs, all the recipes in this book have one other important quality in common: They're guaranteed to make your kids, sweetheart, dinner guests, in-laws, friends, cousins, or resident cowboys smile, sigh, and beg for seconds. (And hug you and kiss you and be devoted to you for life.)

I hope you enjoy, devour, and love this book.

I sure did love making it for you.

Title:The Pioneer Woman Cooks: Food from My Frontier
Edition Language:English
ISBN:0061997188
Format Type:Hardcover
Number of Pages:293 pages

    The Pioneer Woman Cooks: Food from My Frontier Reviews

  • Nikki
    Sep 08, 2012

    In Ree's first cookbook, she covered many aspects of her golden rich white persons life in the little multi-million dollar ranch on the prairie. In her second cookbook, she reels in the gushing about ...

  • Christine
    May 09, 2012

    This is the second cookbook from Ree Drummond, also popularly known as "The Pioneer Woman." If you're not familiar with Ree and her Pioneer Woman website [where have you been?!], she was a city girl l...

  • Debby
    May 16, 2012

    What's not to love about Ree Drummond? She's witty and I like her step-by-step photo recipe format. I've been following her blog for a few years, and feel as though I know her, her family and can rela...

  • Diane
    Dec 01, 2012

    I tried several (at least 7) different recipes, and two were things I would make again. In case you are wondering: Cherry limeade and citrus butter cookies -- I'm considering putting the citrus butter...

  • Laura
    Apr 03, 2012

    I liked this better than the first cookbook because it's less folksy and personal - while there are still pics of her family and ranch, the focus is more on the food, and that's a plus for me. She doe...

  • Shannon
    Mar 24, 2012

    A visual delight! Yum! I picked this cookbook up today and plowed through it, from start to finish. In the beginning of the cookbook, when discussing her new recipes, Ms. Drummond states they're "guar...

  • Alla
    Mar 20, 2012

    As someone who loved Ree Drummond’s initial “Pioneer Woman” cookbook, filled with step-by-step recipes with accompanying pictures, I was interested in looking at her second cookbook, ‘the Pion...

  • Maureen
    Mar 31, 2012

    This is the second cookbook by Ree Drummond, AKA The Pioneer Woman. With her usual wit and charm, she shares delicious recipes, along with tidbits about her life, family and ranch living. The recipes ...

  • Bunny
    Jul 30, 2012

    The way I "read" a cookbook is, if the recipe title sounds good, I pay attention. If the picture looks good, I pay attention. If the title or picture involves a food I don't care for, or doesn't sound...

  • Shelley
    Oct 10, 2012

    Normally when I get a cookbook I page through it and find one or two recipes that look okay. If they are really good, I will write them down or copy them and then pass the book on to a friend or famil...