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.
With the kids out on the town at a street party, Ree Drummond and Ladd enjoy a night in. They're cooking Surf and Turf Skewers with Cajun Hollandaise, a Romaine Wedge Salad with Loaded Ranch Dressing and Rummy Pineapples and Cream to keep things sweet.
Ree Drummond is getting ready for two busy days by preparing a variety of make-ahead marvels! For day one, she's making Maple Sausage Breakfast Burritos for the guys to eat at a big cattle working and a Cobb-Wedge Salad Kit with Thousand Island Dressing to throw together for supper. For day two, there's a great get-ahead dinner kit that includes Chicken, Red Pepper Sauce and Roasted Green Vegetable Medley.
Ree Drummond has been stocking up for four make-ahead meals that are as cheap as they are easy to make. There's inexpensive Slow Cooker Teriyaki Ribs with Quick Slaw, Tex-Mex Meatballs, BBQ Chicken Baked Potatoes and a Cheesy Rigatoni Pepper Bake.
Ree Drummond is making a classic cowboy lunch for her husband, Ladd, and the other cowboys. She starts with a Cheeseburger Meatloaf that's everything they love about two favorite foods in one dish. Then she makes Quick Ranch Potatoes and Spicy Green Beans because cowboys like a little kick. For dessert, Ree makes her chocolatey Cow Patty Cookies and wraps them up for the guys to grab and go.
Ree Drummond is hoping to score big with dinner for the boys after quarterback training. She's making Ranch Chicken Taquitos with Sour Cream Ranch Dip, hearty Mexican Rice and Beans, Southwestern Broccoli Dippers with Cheese Sauce and a kit for delicious Blueberry Crumble Sundaes.
Ree Drummond is saying thanks with chocolate, appreciating people on her very own chocolate appreciation day. She makes Mississippi Mud Cake and White Chocolate Macadamia Nut Cookies to start, followed by her Easy Chocolate Tart. She whips up an old-fashioned Chocolate Fridge Roll and drives around delivering the good stuff to some special people, including her best friend, her pastor and the football coach.
At the end of the workday, Ree Drummond and her team are having a casual office-warming party at their new space in town. For the appetizer menu, Ree makes Maple Bacon Dip with Apples, easy Italian Cheese Sticks and Marinara Sauce with a store-bought shortcut and Greek Guacamole with tortilla chips and cucumber rounds. She also has seafood-lovers covered with classic Crab Rangoon Dip and Fried Wontons. Finally, Ree adds some sparkle to the party with glamorous Strawberry Rose Bellinis.
Ree Drummond is making a special meal to deliver to Beverly, the curator of the Drummond family's historic home and museum. She makes a delicious, edible thank you package featuring recipes from Addie Drummond, the home's original owner. Ree mixes her own recipes with originals from Addie, making Grape Lemonade, Old-Fashioned Chicken Stew, Brown Bread and Lemon and Raspberry Cream Cake. Beverly shows Ree the house and some of its treasures and gives her a peek into the life of the original owners.
It's all about chicken as Ree Drummond whips up four speedy 16-minute meals. First, her Buffalo Chicken Burgers are perfect when time is short and hungry teenagers are waiting. She breaks the 16-minute dinner barrier with Tex-Mex Pulled Chicken that's unbeatable when you need to feed the family fast. A snappy soup, 16 Min-estrone, makes a quick lunch for Ree's niece, Halle, and Ree's final whirlwind meal is Balsamic Chicken for a great solo supper.
Ree Drummond has a half-empty nest while her daughters are off at college, but she still needs good, hearty food at her fingertips for her hungry teenage sons. So she's cooking up dishes that she can serve half now and freeze the rest for another time. She starts with Shrimp Scampi Stuffed Shells and a Nacho Cheese Casserole. Then she assembles a Ranch Pizza Pie and goes low and slow with her Slow Cooker Drip Beef Sandwiches.
Ree Drummond updates the classics as she makes frontier food with a twist. She uses a multicooker to turn seriously delicious Short Ribs with Collards into fast food, and she punches up the flavor in her Spicy Brussels Caesar Salad. Then there's Zucchini Carbonara, with the vegetable stepping in for traditional pasta noodles, and finally, Ree sneaks beets into Hidden Secret Brownies that are chocolaty and out of this world.
Ree Drummond is making a family dinner with her son Todd's favorite foods to celebrate his football team taking on their rivals. As she prepares Cheesesteak Paninis and Homemade Cheese Sauce, she flashes back to the highlights of game day, from morning practice to the junior high clash itself. Ree also makes Carrot Fries and Ketchupy Ranch, with Peanut Butter Chocolate Chunk Cookies for dessert.
Ree Drummond is making spring favorites to share at her church potluck. She starts with get-ahead Glazed Pineapple Ham slices and tosses a Primavera Pasta Salad with Lemon and Parmesan Dressing. Her Caramelized Onion Dip is a crowd pleaser, and she bakes adorably irresistible Lemon Poppy Seed Mini Scones. Ree also shares her total pantry makeover in the spirit of spring cooking and spring cleaning.
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