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    Pioneer Woman Gets Rave Reviews

    Browsing the bookshelves at Barnes & Noble (cookbooks--what else is there?) and came across this one by Dee Rummond, and FELL IN LOVE with her folksy writing style, down-to-earth real wife and girl-next-door friendliness! She reminds me of Susan Branch's writing, too (only younger!). So, here is a place to gather her recipes, or ones that are very similar to the ones I've found in her book or blog, to keep for heifer and heifer!
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    She does it again and again! THIS RECIPE IS A HALF OF HER BATCH.

    Recipe #393807

    Amazing reciepe complements of <A HREF="http://thepioneerwoman.com">The Pioneer Woman</A>. For step-by-step photographs, please refer to the Cooking tab of Pioneer Woman's website.

    Recipe #303132

    a healthier twist on the pioneer woman cinnamon rolls!

    Recipe #421002

    An incredibly rich, luscious espresso cake by Ree Drummond. When iced with caramel frosting (Recipezaar #2030136) it tastes like a decadent caramel macchiato! To die for!

    Recipe #417535

    this is a very filling sandwich that you will enjoy!!! I'm sorry I didn't credit the orginal woman who made this sandwich I put it on here for the Convience of having it in my recipes it isn't my own recipe no,but it is one that i enjoy oftenand you will too

    Recipe #290028

    This is an easy, fast and super yummy weeknight meal. Pioneer Woman is right....this is a big time man-pleasing recipe! Everyone in my house loves this. Adjust ingredients depending how many sandwiches you are making.

    Recipe #329967

    A simple, decadent steak sandwich. Credit goes to a rancher's wife known as Pioneer Woman. :) Based on comments received, I have reduced the amount of worcestershire sauce from 1/2 cup, to 1/4-1/2 cup. I suggest starting with the lower amount and adding more if you like.

    Recipe #220872

    Another winner from the Pioneer Woman. I love that I can have these sandwiches on the table in 20 minutes. It's also a very flexible recipe; you can choose your cheese and your sandwich toppings. Delicious with mayonnaise & dijon mustard, and lettuce & tomato.

    Recipe #329678

    One day, I stumbled across one of the best food blogs I've ever found. Pioneer Woman is FUNNY, a great photographer, and one amazing cook! Try this one--you won't be disappointed!

    Recipe #430778

    I love this soup but also wanted to know the calories. Simply amazing soup.

    Recipe #409590

    This is my favorite recipe adapted from the Pioneer Woman. A decadent lunch! I tweaked it a little from her original: I reduced the sodium and fat by reducing the chicken base and butter, and changing the heavy cream to half-n-half. And I thought way more fresh basil was needed to make it taste spectacular.

    Recipe #326015

    This is a delicious fork tender way to cook brisket and the "au ju" is so good. I serve with her Fluffy New Potatoes (which I have posted to food.com) with the au ju spooned over them, Ree's The Bread (which I've posted as well) and my own Orange Ginger Glazed Carrots, also posted here. . Cooking time does not include 24 - 48 hours marinading time. You can see the entire recipe with picture directions here: http://thepioneerwoman.com/cooking/2007/06/brisket_baby

    Recipe #443579

    I have just discovered Pioneer Woman and she sure knows how to please meat lovers. I tried this recipe the other night and "fantastic" just doesn't do it justice.

    Recipe #410757

    It seems like a no-brainer, pot+roast=pot roast, and I used to do it that way. This is better. All you Pioneer Woman fans out there, you know she has a knack for making everyday things better and scary things easy so give this a try if you want to taste the best pot roast of your life!

    Recipe #441783

    These really are so delicious, folks. They’re almost like little “meatloaf balls”, with a lot more flavorful surface area than a big slice of meatloaf. And the sauce is just a classic sweet/sour ketchup concoction and it makes you think of Grandma. My kids love this dish, which is a miracle. And they’re delicious warmed up the next day and placed on a toasted sandwich bun with melted mozzarella on top. Yikes. *Note that these meatballs are not in the same category of regular Italian meatballs that would go in Spaghetti and Meatballs—those have more of a breadcrumb/parsley/Parmesan flair. These are more in the comfort food/meatloaf category. If you’d like to serve them with pasta, regular egg noodles tossed in a tiny bit of melted butter would be divine.

    Recipe #404057

    YUM! Another one courtesy of Pioneer Woman. These look delicious and I can't wait to try them!

    Recipe #353271

    From the blog of The Pioneer Woman. It's yummy. I let the chicken in the marinade overnight.

    Recipe #401287

    Mama Mia! This is an excellent dish. I love how this woman cooks. This dish is just so wonderful. Can't talk now busy eating this fabulous meal.

    Recipe #395949

    From one of my favorite websites: The Pioneer Woman Cooks.

    Recipe #411705

    Talk about Yummy!! You won't regret investing the time to make this recipe, I promise. Do try this with egg noodles, it is a night and day difference from the boxed variety found in your supermarket eisle. I have modified Ree's recipe slightly by increasing the carrots, celery, and adding chicken base to this recipe and omitting the salt because of the saltiness of the chicken base. I also doubled the amount of flour for thickening based off my own experience and preference. Please feel free to modify it based off your own preferences. I hope you enjoy this as much as we have. :)

    Recipe #411078

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