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Food Here's The Steak Recipe That Launched Ree Drummond's Cooking Career

01:11  15 september  2017
01:11  15 september  2017 Source:   popsugar.com

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Ree Drummond of The Pioneer Woman has become a superstar over the last decade, but Caramel apples are a classic autumn treat, and here , Pioneer Woman Celebrity Chefs. Here ' s the Steak Recipe That Launched Ree Drummond ' s Cooking Career . by Anna Monette Roberts 5/01/18.

Reported by POPSUGAR: Ree Drummond of The Pioneer Woman has become a superstar over the last decade, but how did she get her start? Long before her Food Network show, lifestyle magazine, Walmart kitchen collection, Mercantile shop and restaurant, and her cookbooks

What Was Ree Drummond's First Recipe on The Pioneer Woman?© POPSUGAR Photography / Nicole Perry What Was Ree Drummond's First Recipe on The Pioneer Woman?

Ree Drummond of The Pioneer Woman has become a superstar over the last decade, but how did she get her start? Long before her Food Network show, lifestyle magazine, Walmart kitchen collection, Mercantile shop and restaurant, and her cookbooks, Ree began blogging about her family's life on the ranch in 2006 sharing "gross-out stories" and "frontier follies" - not recipes. It wasn't until a year later, Ree shared her first cooking how-to. I reached out to The Pioneer Woman herself to share the tale of how she became a food blogger and whether there was one viral post that led to her huge popularity. She responded:

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  The Pioneer Woman's 5-Ingredient Corn Casserole Is Your New Go-To Side Dish Like all of Ree Drummond's best recipes, this summery side is fast, easy, made with only a few simple ingredients, and - most importantly - satisfying. The five key ingredients are fresh corn, red bell peppers, fresh jalapeños, butter, and heavy cream. Like an elevated version of the standard creamed corn you've probably made before, this corn casserole has the freshness of the bell peppers and the heat of the jalapeños to cut through the richness of the cream and butter.

Ree Drummond of The Pioneer Woman has become a superstar over the last decade, but how did she get her start? She browns about 1/4 stick of butter on a cast iron grill pan before adding the steak , and even goes so far as to show you how to achieve beautiful criss-cross grill marks on the meat.

Recipe courtesy of Ree Drummond . For the steak : Begin with setting up an assembly line of dishes. Mix the milk with the eggs in one; the flour mixed with the Let' s Get Cooking ! Sign up for the Recipe of the Day newsletter to receive editor-picked recipes , tips and videos delivered to your inbox daily.

"I can confirm that 'How to Cook a Steak' was my first cooking post ever. However, it didn't really go viral - it just slowly brought in more readers over time! I started blogging in 2006 and started doing recipes in 2007 . . . [O]ver time, people came to read, shared with people they knew, etc! They enjoyed the step-by-step format, then started asking me to post more, and that's how my food blog began. My food photos left a lot to be desired in those days! I never really had that 'huge moment' where something catapulted my blog into outer space - it was slow and steady!"

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Ree's unique method calls for seasoning a ribeye steak with Lawry's and McCormick Lemon & Pepper Seasoning Salt (my personal favorite). She browns about 1/4 stick of butter on a cast iron grill pan before adding the steak and even goes so far as to show you how to achieve beautiful criss-cross grill marks on the meat. The post may be a decade old, but the great information is timeless. The step-by-step images makes it extremely easy to follow and recreate. Beyond the solid recipe, Ree's humor brightly shines, "If you follow the aforementioned instructions carefully, here are some possible scenarios that will result . . . If you cook it for your friends, they'll never invite you over to their house for dinner again. You will have permanently raised the bar." Honestly, I'm inspired to go back to her recipe archive and discover some more oldies but goodies. Next up on the list? Best Lasagna. Ever.

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  Recipe: Pioneer Woman's salted caramel apples Fall is around the corner, the season of Halloween, hayrides and harvest celebrations. Caramel apples are a classic autumn treat, and here, Pioneer Woman Ree Drummond shares a recipe for her salted-caramel take on the fall dessert, straight from the second issue of her Pioneer Woman Magazine. Still holding onto summer? Drummond previously shared her cookout-ready recipe for her spicy whiskey BBQ sliders with USA TODAY here.© Pioneer Woman Magazine Ree Drummond's special caramel apple recipe.

Ree Drummond of The Pioneer Woman has become a superstar over the last decade, but how did she get her start? Long before her Food Network "I can confirm that 'How to Cook a Steak ' was my first cooking post ever. However, it didn't really go viral — it just slowly brought in more readers over time!

Treat your family to Ree Drummond ' s Salisbury Steak recipe from The Pioneer Woman on Food Network; smother the beef patties in gravy for a For the gravy: Reduce the heat to medium and add in the sliced onions. Stir and cook until golden brown and somewhat soft, for several minutes.

Get the recipe: How to Cook a Steak

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Ree Drummond — better known to her legions of fans both online, in print, and on T.V. as the Pioneer Woman — is high on our list of people we'd love to be invited to celebrate the holidays with. The blogger and home cook is an expert at the kinds of homey, unfussy comfort foods we crave this time of year.For proof, look no further than her latest interview with People magazine, where she reveals her go-to recipes."I’m a cinnamon roll evangelist," she said. (As of this writing, she has over 100 articles on her website that mention cinnamon rolls, so this checks out.

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