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FoodRee Drummond on Why Her Cooking Is So Darn Approachable

20:40  08 march  2019
20:40  08 march  2019 Source:   southernliving.com

Ree Drummond is letting people tour her kitchen and we're freaking out

Ree Drummond is letting people tour her kitchen and we're freaking out We know the perfect gift to get for your mom, aunt, dad, cousin or friend who is obsessed with "The Pioneer Woman" — a tour of her kitchen. 

If you love the Pioneer Woman, mark your calendar to tune in to CBS Sunday Morning this Sunday, March 10th at 9:00am ET / 8:00am CT for an interview with the Pawhuska Princess. The filming took place at the Drummond family ranch in Pawhuska, Oklahoma — about an hour outside of Tulsa — so

A new Ree Drummond interview will air on CBS News Sunday Morning on March 10th — here's your sneak peek. In the segment with Alina Cho, Drummond opens up on what makes her recipes so approachable . "I'm not a trained chef. And so I have a level of accessibility," Drummond says to Cho

Ree Drummond on Why Her Cooking Is So Darn Approachable © Monica Schipper/Getty Images

If you love the Pioneer Woman, mark your calendar to tune in to CBS Sunday Morning this Sunday, March 10th at 9:00am ET / 8:00am CT for an interview with the Pawhuska Princess. The filming took place at the Drummond family ranch in Pawhuska, Oklahoma — about an hour outside of Tulsa — so we're certainly hoping for some pretty views and cattle sightings.

In the segment with Alina Cho, Drummond opens up on what makes her recipes so approachable. "I'm not a trained chef. And so I have a level of accessibility," Drummond says to Cho, as reported by Broadway World. "I'm not going to show them anything that is BEYOND their skill. And I also use a lot of ingredients that are pretty easy to get."

A Dozen 5-Ingredient Meals That'll Get You Back in the Cooking Game

A Dozen 5-Ingredient Meals That'll Get You Back in the Cooking Game Maybe you’ve been eating leftovers for the fourth day in a row. Or you’re finally getting back home from staying with family. Heck, it could be that you’re looking to catch your breath before actually diving into 2019. It’s just that time of year. We're all ready for change, and to get back into the daily grind, as they say. One of the first places I like to start in the new year is the kitchen. It's where everything begins, at least for me, from the high-energy breakfasts that get me going to the simple-but-satisfying dinners that fill me up at the end of the day. What I'm after, to get myself into tip-top cooking shape, are those approachable, no-fuss recipes that require little effort on my part. Ones that need just a handful of ingredients (minus salt, pepper, and fat, of course), but will still leave me full and inspired at the end of the cooking and the eating. Minimum effort, maximum pleasure is the game here. For this and more, I've gathered below a dozen 5-ingredient meals that are sure-fire slam dunks—proof that you don't need much to eat well. Handy Meals Nori & Sesame Avocado Toast by Eric Kim Yes, avocado toast is a little basic. But topped with roasted seaweed and a drizzle of sesame oil, you’re looking at a breakfast, lunch, or dinner of champions. The Ghostie Sandwich by Food52 A soak in a 24-hour brine transforms the heavier sweetness of roasted beets into a tart, complex pickle.

Ree Drummond , or The Pioneer Woman, has an overnight baked French toast recipe that revolutionized weekend mornings in my house. And now, in addition to her cooking show, which debuted on the Food Network in 2011, Drummond has penned several bestselling books, including.

"So much has happened on Drummond Ranch over the last couple of years: The kids are growing up, another left for college, Ree ’s schedule is crazier "While she and her family still love all the hearty comfort foods they’re accustomed to, Ree ’s been cooking up some incredible new dishes that reflect

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Well, we'll take Drummond's culinary school-free chops any day of the week. Especially with these Delicious Pioneer Woman Recipes That Will Save Dinnertime.

Don't forget to set your alarm clock a tad early Sunday morning to catch the segment, our fellow Pioneering Posse.

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