The Pioneer Woman Cooks
Memorial Day is Delicious!
I usually share a roundup of Memorial Day-friendly recipes on the Friday before, because Memorial Day is the kickoff for summer holidays. Restaurant Style Salsa. Make it by the gallon! Truly the best salsa in the universe. Grilled Corn Guacamole. Dangerously addictive. Watermelon Pico
Homemade Chicken Nuggets
Chicken nuggets. What can we say about them? They’re so simple, so ubiquitous, such a steady component in the diet of American kids. And okay—American kids’ parents. And the choices—they’re abundant! From fast food restaurants to big bulk bags in the freezer section of the grocery store, there are
I love ice cream. (Duh. I’m a human being walking this earth, after all!) Unless bananas are involved (yuck! blech! ugh!), I will pretty much inhale any kind of ice cream put in front of me. Add a luscious sauce of some kind and I’m a total goner. Hot fudge, caramel…I’ll take it all. And I’m ...
I’m doing some blog cooking today and tomorrow, so I’ll have some new recipes to share with you in the coming days and weeks. Meanwhile, I posted a new recipe over on Land O’ Lakes and I wanted to share it here to make sure you saw it! They’re Strawberry Mini-Muffins with a yummy, tart strawberry
National Eat What You Want Day
Official food days crack me up. There’s everything from National Tater Tot day to National Whipped Cream day, and they’re always fun to hear about. (Not to mention observe. Ha.) I just found out that today is National Eat What You Want Day, and in honor of that, here are some recipes to help you ...
My Favorite Cinco de Mayo Recipes!
Happy Cinco de Mayo, friends! And by the way, have you ever wondered what the heck Cinco de Mayo is? Well, here’s a post explaining it! In a nutshell, it’s a holiday whose celebration is pretty much limited to America, but has come to be a time to celebrate Mexican heritage and pride. A large part
Homemade Dulce de Leche: Alternate Methods
One benefit of posting recipes and methods here is that I receive immediate feedback as well as different methods people have tried. I’ll be posting a Cinco de Mayo recipe roundup in just a bit, but first I wanted to provide some alternate methods to the simmer-the-can method dulce de leche method
Brown Eggs and Jam Jars Giveaway (Winners!)
Here are the winners! #17719 Allison L: “Grilled Panini sandwiches!” #60590 Marie: “Turkey meatloaf and fresh yeast rolls” Congratulations, winners! Contact email@example.com to claim your prize package! Some of you may be familiar with Aimée Wimbush-Bourque from her beautiful cooking ...
“Homemade” Dulce de Leche
NOTE: Please read all instructions below. It’s very important to keep the water level above the cans at all times, as well as keep the heat on very low. (See alternate methods at the bottom of this post!) Dulce de Leche is a heavenly substance. At first glance, it looks a little like caramel, but
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 ...