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Pioneer Woman

Holiday 2021

Ree Drummond shares her enthusiasm for the simple joys in life and inspires readers with her newest creation, The Pioneer Woman Magazine. Each issue is like a day with a good friend, full of helpful advice, great recipes, fun shopping and heartfelt stories – and lots of laughs.

Land:
United States
Sprache:
English
Verlag:
Hearst
Erscheinungsweise:
Quarterly
4,61 €(Inkl. MwSt.)
16,62 €(Inkl. MwSt.)
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2 Min
it’s sweater weather!

I’ve never been more excited for the holiday season—and after the sweltering Oklahoma summer we had this year, I’ve never been more eager to wear sweaters! Back in August, when I was sweating and parched just walking the Drummond dogs down our road, I remember thinking, “Just hold on a little longer, Ree… before you know it, it’ll be winter and you’ll be freezing again.” Well, that time has finally, blessedly arrived. After living in California for a few years as a young adult, I grew to appreciate the four seasons we get to experience here in the middle of the country. And actually, I don’t mind if this winter lasts a little longer than usual, because there are a lot of cute sweaters to wear! (Don’t tell the cowboys…

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2 Min
making the issue

Cover Photographer BuffStrickland @buffland Buffis our go-to cover photographer: She has shot almost every one since the magazine launched in 2017. She lives in Austin with her husband, son and two rescue dogs. Makeup Artist Jacque Mgido @jacquemgidocosmetics Jacque is Ree’s glam expert—see her tips on page 24! She also has a business in Zimbabwe, Vault Cosmetics, that trains young makeup artists. Visit jacquemgido.com. Feature Photographer Kevin J. Miyazaki @_plate Kevin lives in Milwaukee, but he has visited Pawhuska so many times, he’s practically a regular at The Merc! For this issue he shot The Lodge (page 35) and the Oklahoma City home tour (page 42). Food Stylist Micah Morton @curlygirlcooks NYC-based stylist Micah can make any dish look amazing: Check out her bacon-wrapped turkey on page 68. She had it looking photo-ready in just one try! Get Ree’s cover look! BEHIND THE…

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2 Min
talk to me!

What has been the highlight of your career so far? —Janet Tahal-Hewitt, Wilmington, DE It’s so hard to say, because I try to live in the moment and appreciate the different things I’ve gotten to experience. I just did my first in-person book tour in a while, and those are always really special for me because I get to meet the folks who actually read my website, watch my show, use my products and so forth. As far as a really memorable highlight, I would say filming an HGTV Christmas special with the cast of The Brady Bunch a couple of years ago was a major high point! Getting to spend two days with Greg, Marcia, Peter, Jan, Bobby and Cindy was something I never, ever could have pictured for myself! What is…

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1 Min
holiday gift guide

For the Home For Cowboys For Cowgirls For Little Ones For Pets BY ERICA FINAMORE, JAMIE M. WILSON AND CAROL LEE. PHOTO: ALISON GOOTEE.…

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4 Min
good on paper

Painted Bow WHAT YOU’LL NEED • 1" flat paintbrush• Red acrylic ink 1 Cut a piece of butcher paper large enough to wrap your box. Place the box in the center of the paper and mark the box’s edges so you know how much room you have for your design. 2 Lightly dip the brush in the ink and paint one vertical line and one horizontal line so they cross in the center of the paper. Paint two loops at the top and two tails at the bottom. Let dry, then wrap your box. Daler-Rowney Acrylic Water-Resistant Artists Ink in Flame Red, $8.50; dickblick.com Holly Berries WHAT YOU’LL NEED • Holly leaf stamp• Green ink pad• Hot glue gun• Red mini pom-poms 1 Coat the stamp with ink and press down hard on the butcher paper. Repeat all over…

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1 Min
christmas movie magic

When executives at Food Network asked if I would consider appearing in their first-ever scripted TV movie, I thought they had accidentally reached out to the wrong person! But then they said it would be a Christmas movie, set in a town called Peppermint Hollow, and I didn’t have to think about it for long—I said yes! Here are some behind-the-scenes shots of the fun. Special Delivery In my first scene, I’m delivering a basket of goodies for a family’s Christmas party. Fun fact: All the treats in this basket are recipes I’ve made on my show! Romantic Lead Haha, got your attention, didn’t I? Just kidding, no love scenes or anything—but I did get to spend time shooting with Lonzo Liggins, who plays a real estate agent in the film. We danced together…

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