Ree Drummond

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From quick-fix appetizer skewers to a meaty lasagna to a rich, chocolatey sheet cake, check out The Pioneer Woman's hearty, comforting dishes that make at least eight servings apiece.

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Get a behind-the-scenes look at Ree and her family on their Oklahoma ranch.

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  • The Pioneer Woman

    Ree's fixing a delicious Tex-Mex tailgate lunch for the cowboys and family members busy fixing the fence. Ree prepares a Beef Taco Bar with Green Chile Queso, Chipotle Salsa and Chili Beans. Plus, Angel Sugar Cookies and chilled Blueberry Lemonade.

  • The Pioneer Woman

    Ree Drummond's daughter Paige is spending the day watching some of the younger kids, so Ree packs them some fun treats for a late-afternoon picnic. She makes Animal Crackers, Crunchy Cereal Chicken Fingers, Cucumber Finger Sandwiches, Salad on a Stick and Watermelon Mini Wedges.

  • The Pioneer Woman

    Ree whips up a beautiful brunch for three generations of Drummond girls. There are delicious Maple Oat Nut Scones, an incredible Cowgirl Quiche and glamorous Champagne Oranges. Then Ree's bringing the coffee shop to the country with homemade Frozen Mochas. It's fabulous fun and quality time for the ladies that brunch.

  • The Pioneer Woman

    Ree Drummond is cooking up a celebration dinner for her husband, Ladd's, birthday. There are delicious Chili Cheese Burgers, crisp Thin Fries, a cowboy-friendly Wedge Salad with Parmesan Peppercorn Ranch dressing and a towering Yellow Cake with the Chocolate Buttercream Frosting that Ladd loves.

  • The Pioneer Woman

    Ree Drummond's family is football crazy, and her and Ladd's alma maters are playing on TV, so she's preparing a game night spread: Kicked Up Spicy Wings with a cool Blue Cheese Dip, Quick Chili, Make-Ahead Sandwich Rolls, a Potato Skins Bar and divine Salted Pretzel Brownies.

  • The Pioneer Woman

    Ree Drummond's daughter Paige is spending the day watching some of the younger kids, so Ree packs them some fun treats for a late-afternoon picnic. She makes Animal Crackers, Crunchy Cereal Chicken Fingers, Cucumber Finger Sandwiches, Salad on a Stick and Watermelon Mini Wedges.

  • The Pioneer Woman

    Ree whips up Chicken Nachos two ways for the family to eat after the homecoming parade. Then she's off to her boys' football games armed with Chocolate Chunk Cookies. Finally, she brings a winning spread of Bloody Mary Chili and Three-Ingredient Brownies to Ladd and the other coaches. 

  • The Pioneer Woman

    Ree's fixing a delicious Tex-Mex tailgate lunch for the cowboys and family members busy fixing the fence. Ree prepares a Beef Taco Bar with Green Chile Queso, Chipotle Salsa and Chili Beans. Plus, Angel Sugar Cookies and chilled Blueberry Lemonade.

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  • The Pioneer Woman

    Ree Drummond's daughter Paige is spending the day watching some of the younger kids, so Ree packs them some fun treats for a late-afternoon picnic. She makes Animal Crackers, Crunchy Cereal Chicken Fingers, Cucumber Finger Sandwiches, Salad on a Stick and Watermelon Mini Wedges.

  • The Pioneer Woman

    Ree's fixing a delicious Tex-Mex tailgate lunch for the cowboys and family members busy fixing the fence. Ree prepares a Beef Taco Bar with Green Chile Queso, Chipotle Salsa and Chili Beans. Plus, Angel Sugar Cookies and chilled Blueberry Lemonade.

  • The Pioneer Woman

    In the Drummond household, football reigns supreme. The day starts with Everything Cookies for the sporty family. While Coach Ladd and his quarterback, Bryce, play ball, Ree makes a dinner of Beef and Bean Burritos and Jumbo Pico Salad for her hungry athletes. The next morning, Ree packs the family off with hearty Breakfast of Champions Sandwiches before the girls and boys set off for their separate matches.

  • The Pioneer Woman

    It's potluck Sunday at the church and comfort food to the max. Ree is making three great dishes that are guaranteed to be wiped out first: Comfort Meatballs, Green Bean Casserole and Red Velvet Sheet Cake With Frosting. Then it's all hands on deck at the church the next morning where the entire family turns out to help Ree get the food on the table -- and eat it.

  • The Pioneer Woman

    Ladd's coaching football camp and Ree's making lunch to go for 120 hungry coaches and kids. To feed this crowd, she's whipping up a picnic of Hot Roast Beef Sandwiches, Spiced Up Potato Chips and Football Fruit. At the end of camp, a special treat of Chocolate Spreads with three delicious toppings.

  • The Pioneer Woman

    It's dinner for two for Ree and her son, Bryce, so she's treating him to all of his favorite meals. First up is Italian Meatloaf, then a no-bake Mac and Four Cheeses served with a simple B-Man Salad of leaves with a great, punchy dressing. And finally, they're having some mom and son quality time with Yummy Slice-and-Bake Cookies and Ice Cream Sundaes.

  • The Pioneer Woman

    Ree whips up Chicken Nachos two ways for the family to eat after the homecoming parade. Then she's off to her boys' football games armed with Chocolate Chunk Cookies. Finally, she brings a winning spread of Bloody Mary Chili and Three-Ingredient Brownies to Ladd and the other coaches. 

  • The Pioneer Woman

    While the kids and Ladd are outside working the bulls, Ree is making them a rib-sticking meal for when the school bell rings. There's Strawberry Lemonade to refresh them when they get to the lodge, and then Scalloped Potatoes and Ham with a side of Lemony Green Beans. To keep things sweet, Chocolate Pecan Crispy Treats before the kids get down to their studies.

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About Ree Drummond

Ree is a writer, photographer, ranch wife and mother of four. She is now host of Food Network's hit show The Pioneer Woman. More

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The Pioneer Woman

Take one sassy former city girl, her hunky rancher husband, a band of adorable kids, an extended family, cowboys, 3,000 wild mustangs, a herd of cattle and one placid basset hound, and you have The Pioneer Woman.