Pioneer Woman

Pioneer Woman Fall 2017

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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2 min
cast iron forever

Ree is confident that in the event of a Pawhuska zombie apocalypse, she’d fare pretty well—as long as she still had her cast-iron skillets. “It’s the only cookware you can actually put on a fire, so if the power grid goes out, I’m fine!” she says. Cast iron can take the heat whether you’re cooking on a grill, on the stovetop, in the oven or right over an open flame. And once it’s hot, it stays hot—which makes it perfect for searing meat, frying chicken, baking bread and so many other tasks. Your grandmother knew this, and her grandmother knew this; in fact, cast iron predates all of us by thousands of years. Historians believe the first pieces were used in China, and then the technique to make tools and…

2 min
take the cake

Every new bride knows that you’re not supposed to mess with your mother-in-law’s recipes. Ladd grew up eating—and loving—his mom’s chocolate sheet cake, and right after we got engaged, Nan (his mom) gave me the recipe with a friendly look that said, “You’re going to need this one.” I put it away for a while, but after we got married, I made the cake for Ladd. He immediately told me it was better than his mom’s. I replied, “First of all, don’t tell her that! And second of all, that’s impossible, because she gave me the recipe!” So what does he do? He tells his mom, of course. He was convinced I had improved on something. Nan and I tried to figure out what happened, so we went line by…

3 min
loving... and leaving

They always said not to blink…but I didn’t believe them. When your kids are little, every day is about surviving and, hopefully, being able to shower. Every 24-hour period is defined by feeding, changing, clothing, protecting, bathing, managing, wrangling and otherwise caring for tiny humans who can’t take care of themselves. The days are long. I remember them as if they happened yesterday. And the fact is, they pretty much did happen yesterday. I don’t know what went haywire in the space-time continuum of our family, but the years between when my oldest daughter, Alex, was a little girl with soft curls and a sweet, pensive personality and when she became a confident young woman getting ready to leave for college feel like six months. I guess I always knew, cognitively speaking, that…

6 min
apples caramel

Salted Caramel Apples Prep time: 30 minutes?Total time: 1 hour 15 minutes?Makes: 8 8 medium apples 4 11-ounce packages caramel bits ½ cup heavy cream 1 teaspoon vanilla extract Kosher salt, to taste 1 Scrub the apples under hot water and dry well. Line a baking sheet with parchment paper. Melt the caramel bits with the heavy cream in a medium saucepan over medium-low heat, stirring occasionally. Stir in the vanilla and a dash of salt until smooth. Turn the heat as low as possible to keep the caramel liquid, or turn it on and off as needed. 2 Stick a skewer or chopstick into the top of each apple. One at a time, dip the apples in the caramel, coating almost all the way to the top and tilting the pan to make it easier (the…

2 min
cowboys vs. cowgirls

Beef-and-Bean Chili Prep time: 30 minutes?Total time: 2 hours ?Makes: 6 to 8 servings 4 pounds ground beef 6 garlic cloves, minced 2 8-ounce cans tomato sauce 1 6-ounce can tomato paste ¼ cup chili powder, plus more to taste 2 teaspoons ground cumin 2 teaspoons ground oregano 2 teaspoons kosher salt, plus more to taste ½ teaspoon cayenne pepper, plus more to taste 4 15-ounce cans beans (kidney and pinto), drained and rinsed ½ cup masa harina (corn flour) or regular cornmeal Shredded cheddar, crumbled bacon and sliced jalapeños, for topping 1 In a large heavy pot, brown the ground beef with the garlic until it’s totally cooked. Drain off most of the excess fat, leaving a little behind for moisture and flavor.2 Add the tomato sauce, tomato paste, chili powder, cumin, oregano, salt and cayenne. Stir together well, cover the pot and reduce…

3 min
treat yourself !

Quick Peanut Butter– Chocolate Cookies Prep time: 15 minutes Total time: 40 minutes Makes: 24 1 16.5-ounce tube refrigerated peanut butter or sugar cookie dough 24 miniature peanut butter cups 1 Preheat the oven to 350?. Slice the cookie dough into six 1-inch-thick slices, then quarter the slices. Lightly press one quarter in each cup of a mini-muffin pan. Bake until just set, 9 to 11 minutes.2 While the dough is still warm, push a peanut butter cup into each cookie cup and let cool in the pan. When the cookies are cool, use a spoon to remove them. Candy Corn Popcorn Balls Prep time: 30 minutes?Total time: 45 minutes?Makes: about 12 6 tablespoons popcorn kernels ¼ cup peanut oil ½ cup sugar Cooking spray 1 cup candy corn ½ cup salted roasted peanuts 4 cups mini marshmallows (about two-thirds of a 10-ounce bag) 4 tablespoons…