The Pioneer Woman Cooks
Mini Blueberry Galettes
So here’s the torture I’m faced with anytime I have to figure out what to call a recipe: Basically, what these are are mini flat blueberry pies. But when I typed “Mini Flat Blueberry Pies” I didn’t really think it rolled off the tongue. So then I typed “Mini Blueberry Pies” and I thought that was
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 ...
I got up the morning of the Fourth made sangria! And because these photos are from the actual batch I made for the party, and because the day of the party was nuts around here, I don’t have the number of detailed photos to show you that I normally do. But you gotta trust me on this…this was ...
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
Coconut Curry Shrimp
As I lamented on Saturday, I completely forgot to throw a bunch of shrimp on the grill during our party on the Fourth, so wound up stuck with approximately nine million tons of the stuff. I wound up using it to my advantage, though, and making a handful of really delicious shrimp dishes. This ...
Man, do I love a Cobb Salad! My mom used to order them at restaurants when I was younger, and I knew I had truly become a grown-up when I started ordering them, too. And when I could no longer eat Ding Dongs with impunity, but that’s another story for another time. I love Cobb Salads because ...
Veggie Cream Cheese Spread
This is a homemade version of the veggie cream cheese spreads you can buy in the grocery store (Philadelphia, to be specific!), and I love its delicious versatility! Of course, you can spread it on crackers, crostini, or (as I did the other day!) toasted mini-bagels…but it’s also exceedingly ...
Oven BBQ Chicken
I can’t believe Fourth of July is almost here. I have so many questions! WHO can believe a year has passed since the last Fourth of July? WHAT in the world is happening? WHEN will time stop flying by? WHERE in the world are my lawn chair cushions? WHY do my dogs prefer sleeping on the freshly lain
Kale Pasta Salad
I made this fresh-and-lovely pasta salad to go with the Oven BBQ Chicken Thighs I made Sunday, and I’ve been enjoying it all the live-long week. Not to be clichéd or anything, but I’m a huge lover of kale…and it happens to be totally delicious tossed around with bowtie pasta and some simple, ...