Wednesday, November 18, 2009

The Pioneer Womans's Cookbook

I love The Pioneer Women. What's not to love? Ree Drummond lives out west on a cattle ranch, she has cute bunch of kids, a handsome husband, and a sweet dog, She also cooks, blogs, home schools and finds time to document it with her Nikon. She does it all with a sense of humor and a beautiful smile. I don't have time to read about all she does, it makes me wonder how she has the time to do it. She just published her beautiful cookbook, The Pioneer Women Cooks.
The pictures are beautiful (of course, she's perfect!) and look yummy.
My son decided he wanted to have Marlboro Man's Favorite Sandwich and of course the Onion Strings. They were easy to prepare, in fact I set up everything, went to work and left it all for Emmett to cook. He did a terrific job. The meal was delicious and the recipes worked, and that the best thing you can say about a book.
So if you want to live in Ree's skin for a few hours, love cowboy food, or just like the sound of it, pick up Ree's new cookbook. It will knock your cowboy boots off!
The Pioneer Women Cooks

This is the closest I get to the country.......
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7 comments:

  1. You're absolutely right--if the recipes work and taste delicious, what higher praise is there for a cookbook? The sandwich and onion strings look great. I'll have to check out the cookbook.

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  2. This looks amazing. I may have to check out this cookbook too--I wonder if I can find it in Belgium??

    Thanks for your message on my blog. It means a lot.

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  3. I've asked for Ree's cookbook for my birthday!
    I love the photo of the onion rings! I could have reached right out and grabbed some.

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  4. Hungry Dog, The onion string and the steak sandwich were wonderfully delicious!
    Kate, I can't see why you can't get it in Brussels. If you really want it, just let me know. I will buy it here and ship it over. Or better yet I'll deliver!
    Barbara, Thanks for visiting. I hope you get the cookbook!

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  5. Believe it or not, I've never seen her recipe. I'll have to check it out. Thanks for the tip and Happy Thanksgiving. El

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  6. I just came across your blog and enjoyed scrolling through! You have a very nice blog.

    The best advertising for a cookbook is that the recipes work! I put this one on my Christmas list! Thanks.

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  7. Gypsy, I vote for your delivering it...

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