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Pioneer Woman

Pioneer Woman Fall 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.

Country:
United States
Language:
English
Publisher:
Hearst
Frequency:
Quarterly
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4 Issues

in this issue

2 min.
happy fall, y’all!

For some reason, every time I sit down to welcome you to a new issue of my magazine, I start reflecting on what I love most about the current season. This time I’m going to resist the urge to list everything that is glorious about cooler weather, football games, fall holidays, fall cooking, the rhythm of the school year and the smell of burning leaves (oops! I just listed them!) and instead turn your attention to the outright FUN that is waiting for you in this issue! My goal is for you to love, love, love (that’s three “loves,” friends) every single feature. In the fashion realm, my sister-in-law Missy and I go head-to-head putting together an outfit with the same pink poncho, and I share tips for taking care of…

3 min.
talk to me!

I want to start making food for my pets from scratch. Do you have any recipes for dogs? —Katie Mulvihill, Cape May, NJ My dogs love a combination of rice and meat—and they really love gravy. I try not to give them too much because of the fat; it’s more a “trick” to make their regular food more delicious. What is the upkeep for the countertops in the Lodge kitchen? —Robin Lamie, Erwin, TN There’s zero upkeep because it’s just concrete! We didn’t stain it or try to make it look like stone—we just put a light glaze over it to seal it. And if it gets a little scratched, it doesn’t bother me at all. My kind of countertop! What’s the best part about working from home? What are some of the challenges? —Joe Path, Linden,…

6 min.
lights, camera, dinner!

About 25 people are milling around the Drummonds’ Lodge, but in the kitchen it’s so quiet you could hear a dog bark half a mile away. Then someone yells “Action!” and suddenly Ree smiles into a camera while tossing veggies into a searing-hot pan. It’s day four of filming the next season of The Pioneer Woman, Ree’s hit Food Network show, and everyone is on a roll. Two cameramen film Ree from different angles, a sound engineer holds a giant microphone above her head to capture the sizzle in the pan, and the director watches her every move on small screens near the dining table. Their goal is to make viewers feel like they’re standing right in the kitchen with Ree, while lighting and shooting her food to look totally,…

1 min.
double take

“I like putting things together that don’t necessarily match.”—Ree“I love an effortless outfit that can work from morning to night! This one is glam and cozy all in one!”—Missy PHOTOS: KEVIN SWEENEY/STUDIO D; STYLING: ANNE WLAYSEWSKI.…

1 min.
off the cuff

PHOTOS: RYAN DAUSCH; STYLING: JULIE FLYNN.…

1 min.
true colors

Until I turned 35, the closest I came to coloring my hair was the summer I discovered a product called Sun In. It was 1985, and while on a two-week vacation on Hilton Head Island, SC, I doused my auburn locks daily with the spray-on bleach solution. My hair was a lovely shade of salmon-pink when it was all said and done—the perfect complement to my tanning bed–induced bronze skin. Thankfully, that was my one and only attempt at coloring my own hair. Now I leave it to a professional. I do, however, use color-safe products at home, and I have picked up some tips that will come in handy for anyone who dyes their hair.…