The Pioneer Woman Cooks
My sister Betsy just left yesterday after a nice, long visit and while she was here, we did our share of cooking and eating. And cooking. And eating. And eating. The evening before she left, we were trying to figure out how to use a bunch of yellow cherry tomatoes Bets has picked from my garden. ...
Hamburger Hamlet’s Zucchini Zircles
Years and years ago, when my mom and kid sister (who was just twelve at the time; she’ll turn forty next month!) drove me out to Los Angeles to drop me off at college, one of the first restaurants we went to was a place called Hamburger Hamlet. It was delicious and while the restaurant offered a ...
Mexican Macaroni Salad
I’ve made this simple pasta salad for years and years, and have always loved the heck out of it. It’s zippy, flavorful, and fun, and is as delicious by itself as it is alongside grilled chicken, shrimp, or steaks. I made it recently on one of my Food Network episodes, and realized I’d never shared
Pesto, Tomato, and Mozzarella Sandwich
I returned home from Colorado on Sunday to find that my garden, in the week I’d been gone, had gone berserk. The Oklahoma heat had fully set in, which made my peppers, tomatoes, and other full-sun plants very, very happy. But nothing—nothing—went as crazy while I was gone as my basil. It’s huge, ...
Le Creuset Giveaway! (Winners)
The winners of the Le Creuset sets are… #4404 Carolyn: “C. S. Lewis…” #5047 Whit H: “I would have dinner with my Papa.” #21765 Erin D: “Definitely Jesus Christ! Although I would probably be too overwhelmed by emotion to actually eat anything…” Congrats, winners! Contact email@example.com
My White Rectangular Casserole Dishes (Winners!)
The winners of the sets of casserole dishes are: #5537 Sandy A: “Cinnamon rolls.” #14584 Maria R: “Baked ziti and Carmel covered brownies!! So delicious.” #47316 Nikki: “Stuffed shells.” Congratulations, winners! Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to claim your dishes. I know you’ll love ‘em. I
Berry, Berry Good!
I’ll be headed home from Colorado Sunday, and I’ll have new recipes to share here on P-Widdy Cooks next week! Meantime, while we still have a little summertime left, I wanted to share some of my favorite berry recipes here on The Pioneer Woman Cooks. If you have berries on the brain…these links ...
Lemon Basil Shrimp Risotto
I wanted to share another one of the recipes I made with some of the roughly five trillion pounds of leftover gigantic shrimp from our Fourth of July party. And I shouldn’t even be calling it leftover shrimp. That would imply that I actually used some of the shrimp at our Fourth of July party, and
Jalapeño Cheddar Scones
I was shooting a new episode of my Food Network episode on Saturday, and I made a batch of Lemon Rosemary Scones. If you haven’t made them yet, please do so soon because they will rock your ever-loving world. But that’s not the point of this post. The point of this post is to tell you that because
I made Panzanella this week for a segment on a future Food Network episode, and I was reminded once again just how much I love and adore it. In a nutshell, Panzanella is tomato-bread salad. I imagine it was originally created as a way to use up old, staling bread, as that is Panzanella’s key ...