Pioneer Woman

Pioneer Woman Summer 2018

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.

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United States
Språk:
English
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Hearst
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Quarterly
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1 min
the cows come home

Ree says: “Cows are cute and quirky and they make people smile.” PHOTOS: RYAN DAUSCH; STYLING: JULIE FLYNN.…

2 min
cowboys vs.   cowgirls

Whiskey-Maple Sundaes with Bacon Prep time: 30 minutes ⋆ Total time: 2 hours 20 minutes ⋆ Makes: 6 servings WHISKEY SAUCE 2 cups heavy cream½ cup pure maple syrup¼ cup corn syrupPinch of salt2 to 3 tablespoons whiskey CANDIED BACON 6 slices bacon6 tablespoons pure maple syrup3 tablespoons packed light brown sugar SUNDAE 1 quart chocolate ice creamChopped toffee bars, for topping 1 For the whiskey sauce: Combine the heavy cream, maple syrup, corn syrup and salt in a medium saucepan and stir. Cook over medium-low heat, stirring constantly, until the sauce thickens, 10 to 15 minutes (the sauce should bubble slightly as it’s cooking). Stir in the whiskey. Pour into a container and let cool, then refrigerate until completely chilled, about 2 hours. 2 Meanwhile, for the bacon: Preheat the oven to 350°. Set a wire rack on…

3 min
stars and   stripes   forever

I was an Ina Garten fan long before I had a show on Food Network. I loved her recipes because they always turned out well. Years ago, my friend Hyacinth gave me the Barefoot Contessa Family Style cookbook and I made Ina’s flag cake. It’s hard to beat—it’s such a great, rich cake, and I’ve made it for many Fourth of July parties since. One year, because we host such a big gathering at the ranch, I decided to make the cake a day ahead. If I had been smart, I would have just made the cake and added the toppings the day of, but I made the whole thing—stars, stripes and all—on July 3rd and stuck it in the freezer! That night, I really wanted a piece…so I just went…

1 min
take your pick!

SUNTASTIC This bright yellow flower blooms earlier than most and lasts through the summer. Strawberry Blonde This pink-and-yellow variety, which features multiple blooms on a single stem, looks extra pretty in a bouquet. MAMMOTH GREY STRIPE If you want super-size sunflowers, try this type: Each 10-foot stem has a bloom that measures a foot wide! Crimson Blaze Wine-red petals with yellow tips make this variety hard to miss. It’s a magnet for bees and butterflies. ProCut Peach The peach-colored petals look delicate, but this variety is super hardy and can stand up to strong winds. SUNGOLD This variety has hundreds of thin petals on its flower head, giving it a puffy look. Soraya This golden-orange beauty is the classic sunflower. Each plant produces 20 or more stems that last all summer. Little Becka Because this variety reaches only three feet tall, it’s perfect in pots…

1 min
welcome to the boarding house

Every month, thousands of people journey to Pawhuska, OK, to Ree and Ladd’s general store and restaurant, The Mercantile. There, they can find almost anything a traveler could want: hearty down-home food, great coffee, one-of-a-kind housewares—and now there’s a place to stay the night, too. This spring, Ree and Ladd opened The Boarding House, an eight-room inn housed in two buildings adjacent to The Merc. As with The Merc, which took four years from start to finish, building the inn involved a bit more work than Ree and Ladd expected: They had to replace all the windows and floors, as well as the roof, and because they wanted each room to have a distinctive look, the design decisions were endless. But there were also some happy surprises, including a vintage brick-wall…

1 min
up and at ’em!

Hello, friends! If your summer is anything like mine was as a child, you’re currently sitting next to a sparkling pool, sipping a Shirley Temple, working on your tan and enjoying three months of complete freedom, zero responsibility and easy living. On the f lip side, if you live on a cattle ranch like I do now, you’re exhausted from rising before five every morning, and you’re constantly chugging coffee so you don’t fall asleep standing up. Welcome to my world! I often laugh about the drastic difference between the summers I knew as a child and the summers I experience now as the wife of a cowboy. Summer is the busiest time on the ranch, with lots of (incredibly) hot days dictating (impossibly) early starts. With the exception of Sundays,…