The Pioneer Woman Cooks
Rosemary Caprese Skewers by Ree
A few years ago, my sister-in-law Missy made some adorable skewered appetizers for a baby shower we hosted together. Only she didn’t use regular wood or metal skewers for the skewered appetizers; she used gorgeous, woodsy rosemary sprigs. They completely transformed the appetizer she brought, ...
Risotto with Brussels Sprouts and Browned Butter by Ree
As many of you know, Land O’ Lakes and I have been butter buds for the last several years, and it’s been an incredibly simpatico (considering butter is my life) and super-fun, and tremendously tasty partnership. Part of this is that I occasionally get to try new products before they’re released!
Kiwi Pie by Ree
I wanted to make a kiwi pie a few months ago, and on my first try, I pureed the kiwi and integrated it into the pie mixture itself. While I loved the idea and it looked pretty at all, it had a weird, tannic aftertaste that was a little too strong and persistent to be […]
Seasoned Buttery Crackers by Ree
Mmmmm. These crackers! These really are delicious and so simple to make. I really don’t know what happens in the oven to make these little numbers so otherworldly…but something definitely does happen. They’re perfect as a snack or with a yummy bowl of soup. Or crumbled on a salad! Make ’em ASAP.
7-Can Soup by Ree
I made this soup on my Food Network show a few weeks ago, and it’s seriously one of those recipes that makes a person say phrases like, “Uh…could you repeat that?” and “Whaaaaa?” and “Crazytown!” and other questions/exclamations that convey surprise over how such a simple list of ingredients could
Cayenne Cheddar Breakfast Biscuits
There are biscuit sandwiches…and then there are OH MY GOODNESS, BISCUIT SANDWICHES!!!!! This one happens to be in the latter category. Start with the dry ingredients for the biscuits: flour, powdered milk, and sugar… Then cayenne… Baking powder, cream of tartar, and kosher salt. Stir
Labor Day Faves!
It’s Labor Day, which is, symbolically, the last summer holiday of the year…and the day of the year that I suddenly feel compelled to drink all the lemonade and eat all the watermelon I can get my hands on. Along those lines, I wanted to share a link to all my very favorite summertime/Labor Day […]
PB&J Streusel Muffins
Basically, I’m out to figure out how many thousands of ways I can top an English muffin. You can go the tuna melt route, the mini apple pie route, the apple peanut butter delight route, and lots of other routes. And avenues. And directions. This is probably the simplest route: Peanut butter and ...
Lettuce wraps are everything. Absolutely everything. And I know they’ve been around forever, and I know they’re everywhere, and I know I shouldn’t have worn turquoise mascara when I got my senior pictures taken back in the eighties. I get that. But I’m not sorry. (For the lettuce wraps or the ...
Edna Mae’s Escalloped Cabbage
This is a version of a recipe from my husband’s beloved grandmother, Edna Mae. And that means just one thing: It is going to be splendidly delicious! All things from Edna Mae generally are. It’s a cheesy, satisfying cabbage casserole that’s perfect as a side dish with things like beef brisket or ...