Next Episode of The Pioneer Woman is
Season 37 / Episode 6 and airs on 24 February 2024 15:00
Take one sassy former city girl, her hunky rancher husband, a band of adorable kids, an extended family, cowboys, 3,000 wild mustangs, a herd of cattle and one placid basset hound and you have The Pioneer Woman.The Pioneer Woman is an open invitation into Ree Drummond's life: The award-winning blogger and best-selling cookbook author comes to Food Network and shares her special brand of home cooking, from throw-together suppers to elegant celebrations. The series, set against the incredible story of life at home on the range, is the next best thing to actually sitting on a stool in Ree's kitchen.
Ree Drummond is throwing a cocktail bash for the crew helping to open her store in town. There's a delicious line up of make-ahead portable canapes on the menu: juicy Asian Beef Skewers, retro Ham Salad in Endive Cups, simple Salami Roll Ups, a no-cook Crudite platter and divine Tiny Tomato Tarts. There are sweet treats too -- decadent Black and White Brownies and chewy Caramel Nut Truffles -- plus a Pawhuska Prohibition Punch to toast the team.
Ree Drummond is sharing delicious new ideas for Christmas cooking. She has a trio of fast, fabulous bites; Grilled Chicken Skewers, Fig and Goat Cheese Bruschetta and no-cook Cheesy Mini Peppers. Chocolate Candy Cane Cookies are left out for Santa, and she's shaking up her sides for the big feast with Yorkshire Pudding. Plus, a warm, fragrant Mulled Apple Cider that's perfect for friends and family.
Ree Drummond is sharing her top five favorite things to do with puffed pastry, her secret weapon for entertaining made easy! First, Cheese Straws and Sausage Parmesan Palmiers are a duo of divine quick and easy canapes, then individual Beef Pot Pies are perfect for company. A quartet of Puff Pastry Pizza ideas definitely make it to the party circuit, and there's a thousand reasons to love her Marvelous Mille Feuille!
Ree Drummond is cooking against the clock to make four of her favorite recipes over into lighter, healthier 16-minute meals. There's Lighter Chicken Parmesan for a quick kids' dinner, then Lighter Asian Noodle Salad is a perfect speedy lunch for when Ree's up against it. Next, she's transforming her tasty Taco Skillet, a wonderful help-yourself meal. Finally, Lighter Fried Pork Chops, served with super fast white beans and spinach, is perfect for dinner.
Ree Drummond is spending quality time with her son, Bryce, and making him Beef Fajita Nachos for dinner. The next day, she's getting ahead with a delicious Slow Cooker White Chicken Chili for the family's dinner. Then, as a post-football breakfast treat, Ree's making Orange-Vanilla Monkey Bread while Bryce cooks up a Meat and Potato Scramble.
Ree Drummond's transforming random cuts of beef into four delicious dishes. She's turning stew beef into Slow Cooker Sunday Stew and serving it with fabulous Buttery Parsley Lemon Noodles, then bottom round steak is unbeatable in a Teriyaki Beef Stir Fry for lunch. Good ol' ground beef is used as a filling in amazing Meat Pies, then last but not least, a slab of top round London broil stars in a stunning Grilled Beef Salad.
Ree Drummond is cooking up some crazy, fun ideas for game night food. There's a whole new take on a football favorite with pull-apart Pizza Rolls, then over-the-top Hawaiian Burgers piled high with grilled pineapple. She mashes up two winners with Taco Quesadillas, then finally, supersizes some Husky Bark inspired by Coach Ladd and the team colors.
Ree Drummond has opened her store, The Mercantile, and she's sharing the epic tale of opening day while making three get-ahead dinners. There's family favorite Butternut Mac and Cheese, then Tuscan Bean Soup. Next, she cooks up Ready to Go Chili Packets to turn into Chili Dogs, Chili Nachos and Chili Cheeseburgers -- a trio of delicious standbys!
Ree Drummond is sharing the good stuff with the chocolate lovers in her life, and she's starting big with a magnificent Triple Chocolate Tiramisu as a thank you to her best friend. Then, she's layering divine on delicious in Chocolate Butterscotch Caramel Bars for her father-in-law, Chuck. Next, Ree takes things to a whole new level with a sweet and salty mash-up of Crispy Chocolate Dippers to use in a Crazy Chocolate Shake, assisted by her son, Todd.
Cowboy Cameron's the new recruit at the Drummond ranch, so Ree's welcoming him with a frontier-style dinner kit of his favorite food. While he's out working, she prepares hearty Short Rib Sandwiches and an easy kit for a Roasted Butternut Squash Salad. For dessert, there's a pile of Salted Caramel Frosted Brownies, and to drink, a vat of Sweet Tea Lemonade.
It's comfort from start to finish, and Ree Drummond's spelling it out in an old-fashioned, feel good way. First, C is for casserole -- Tuna Noodle Casserole, that is. O is for open spaces and the great outdoors. M is for Meatballs in Sweet and Sour Sauce, and F is for Ree's four-legged friends. The second O is for orange, from sunsets to kitchenware. R is remembering, which Ree does when making Glazed Apple Dumplings. Finally, T is for toast, starring in cheesy Welsh Rarebit!
It's a tale of three lunches, all ready to go! For lunch number one, Ree Drummond makes Beef Noodle Salad Bowls with peanut sauce. Lunch two is a Cowboy Bento Box, packed with Chicken Wings in Homemade BBQ Sauce, Creamy Lemon Basil Potato Salad, and Apple and Celery Slaw. Lastly, lunch number three is a Kale Pasta Mason Jar Salad, the perfect portable meal.
Ree Drummond's driving to town, but dinner's all ready to go when she gets home! There's a great Shepherd's Pie made from a hearty Beef Stew with Beer and Paprika, covered in a thick layer of Horseradish Mashed Potatoes. To serve on the side, there's a kit for Roasted Carrots with Vinaigrette, and for dessert, a stunning Raspberry Cream Pie.
Family favorite 16-minute meals; chicken mozzarella pasta; cowboy chopped salad; french bread pizzas with six different toppings; beef with snow peas stir-fry.
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