The Pioneer Woman Cooks
Roasted Carrots with Vinaigrette
Roasted vegetables are just downright delightful, no two ways about it. Something happens when the high heat of the oven hits the natural sugars in the vegetables . . . wait, what’s that called again? . . . It’s on the tip of my tongue . . . Oh! I just remembered: Bliss. Bliss is what happens. I ...
Grilled Veggie Enchiladas
I hate to state the obvious on a Thursday morning, but I’m gonna: I love Tex Mex food. Call me pedestrian, call me cliché, call me predictable, call me Herman…I don’t care. Just feed me Tex Mex food and I’m putty in your hands. You’ve gotta make these enchiladas soon. They’re easy, breezy, ...
Breakfast Patty Melt
If this breakfast sandwich and this patty melt met at a bar, flirted, began dating, fell madly in love, became engaged, got married, and went on a 3-week honeymoon to the Grand Canyon, this is what their first child—born 9 months later—would look like. And what a beautiful child it would be!
I was in Los Angeles last week, and my sister Betsy and I ate our way across the city. One thing I noticed was that toasts were absolutely everywhere, on every menu, in a million different forms. And if you don’t know what “a toast” is, you’re about to laugh at the simple description. A toast is ...
I made Raspberry Fool on a recent episode of my cooking show, and it reminded me that I had never posted it here or put it in one of my cookbooks—both of which I’m going to remedy tout de suite! Fruit Fool is such an easy dessert to make, whether on a weeknight (you can just plop it into a chipped
Food on Good Friday
Good Friday is a solemn, sacred day in the life of a Christian, and when it comes to food, those who do observe Good Friday can take a few different approaches. For many Catholics, Good Friday is a day of fasting and abstinence—basically, “putting food aside” as my BFF Hyacinth explained. Other ...
First things first: It’s Easter week, so here is my entire Easter Recipe Archive if you’d like to start planning your weekend cooking. Growing up, my family would go to Sunday brunch a few times a year, and I still remember going through the buffet line and loading up on…well, everything. From ...
Weekend Pot Giveaway!
The winners of the pot are: #25994 Rita: “The virtuous woman from Proverbs 31. She was a working woman, a mom, a wife, owned a business, was educated and remained balanced. Everything I strive to be.” #26578 Vicki: “I would love to sit and chat and dine with my grandpa!” #76936 Bobbi H: “My ...
If you’ve never tried zucchini noodles, take note: They’re delicious! A light alternative to pasta, and while I add a simple tomato/garlic sauce here, you can pretty much do any sauce you’d normally put on pasta. So dang delightful and so fun to make! (Note: There are machines available that cut ...
A couple of weeks ago, I was working on my new cookbook. My friend Andy was helping me prep food and get things organized, and to charge me up for what was about to become an epic day of cooking, he made me a concoction he referred to as BULLETPROOF® Coffee. He’d seen it on Jimmy Fallon or Jimmy ...