Pioneer Woman’s New Home on the Range

by in Shows, July 19th, 2011

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Award-winning blogger and best-selling cookbook author Ree Drummond is bringing her down-home recipes to Food Network on August 27 in her new show, The Pioneer Woman. Over the past five years, Drummond has chronicled her life as a big-city-gal-turned-rancher’s-wife on her remarkable food and lifestyle blog. Now, she gives fans an inside look into her family’s picturesque Oklahoma ranch as she offers a slice of frontier life mixed with hearty family meals and elegant menus for entertaining.

“Ree’s easy-going humor and down-to-earth approach to food and life have won her millions of devoted fans online,” says Bob Tuschman, General Manager and Senior Vice President, Programming and Production for Food Network. “Now, in The Pioneer Woman, she welcomes us into the vibrant and beautiful home she has created and demonstrates how she makes her simple yet delicious variations on traditional American fare into memorable mealtimes for family and friends.”

Tune in: Saturday, August 27 at 11:30 a.m. Eastern/ 10:30 a.m. Central

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  2. wosnes says:

    Unfortunately, she has no more talent than millions of other home cooks and I don't think she has endurance, either.

  3. Keepin' It fake says:

    Hate to burst your bubble, but plenty of people in Columbia, Tennessee have already seen through her load of "keepin' it real" and realized she's a fake who can't cook.

  4. Gidget says:

    Everybody else in Columbia TN? Just what is the population there? Interesting that you can speak for everybody…………

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