The Pioneer Woman Cooks: Food from My Frontier

The Pioneer Woman Cooks: Food from My Frontier

I'm Pioneer Woman. And I love to cook. Once upon a time, I fell in love with a cowboy. A strapping, rugged, chaps-wearing cowboy. Then I married him, moved to his ranch, had his babies . . . and wound up loving it. Except the manure. Living in the country for more than fifteen years has taught me a handful of eternal truths: every new day is a blessing, every drop of rain is I'm Pioneer Woman. And I love to cook. Once upon a time, I fell in love with a cowboy. A strapping, rugged,...

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Title:The Pioneer Woman Cooks: Food from My Frontier
Author:Ree Drummond
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Genres:Food and Drink
ISBN:0061997188
Edition Language:English
Format Type:Hardcover
Number of Pages:293 pages pages

The Pioneer Woman Cooks: Food from My Frontier Reviews

  • Smokinjbc
    May 13, 2012

    In Ree's first cookbook, she covered many aspects of her golden rich white persons life in the little multi-million dollar ranch on the prairie. In her second cookbook, she reels in the gushing about her life with Marlboro Man and all them chillens she kept havin' to focus more on cook...

    This is the second cookbook from Ree Drummond, also popularly known as "The Pioneer Woman." If you're not familiar with Ree and her Pioneer Woman website [where have you been?!], she was a city girl living the fast paced life when on her way from L.A. to Chicago, made a pit stop in her...

    There are some excellent recipes and anecdotes in this book. A truly epic pie crust recipe, cornbread croutons and apple brown betty. Yum!! Can?t wait to try them. ...

    I tried several (at least 7) different recipes, and two were things I would make again. In case you are wondering: Cherry limeade and citrus butter cookies -- I'm considering putting the citrus butter cookies on my holiday cookie list. The zingy, summery taste would be lovely, refreshi...

    What's not to love about Ree Drummond? She's witty and I like her step-by-step photo recipe format. I've been following her blog for a few years, and feel as though I know her, her family and can relate to her life on the ranch-- as I was an equestrian for a few decades, and enjoyed th...

    As someone who loved Ree Drummond?s initial ?Pioneer Woman? cookbook, filled with step-by-step recipes with accompanying pictures, I was interested in looking at her second cookbook, ?the Pioneer Woman cooks: Food from my Frontier.? And I wasn?t disappointed. The second ins...

    I liked this better than the first cookbook because it's less folksy and personal - while there are still pics of her family and ranch, the focus is more on the food, and that's a plus for me. She does have some quirky recipes in here (lots of pre-packaged pastry and Mountain Dew in ap...

    Ree Drummond creates recipe that I love to cook, and apparently, I like Midwest by way of the South trash eats. #noregrets ...

    This is the second cookbook by Ree Drummond, AKA The Pioneer Woman. With her usual wit and charm, she shares delicious recipes, along with tidbits about her life, family and ranch living. The recipes are fantastic, although not for those looking for low calorie health foods. Ree takes ...

    The way I "read" a cookbook is, if the recipe title sounds good, I pay attention. If the picture looks good, I pay attention. If the title or picture involves a food I don't care for, or doesn't sound appealing, I keep flipping. I read every single recipe in this cookbook. And not, ...

    Normally when I get a cookbook I page through it and find one or two recipes that look okay. If they are really good, I will write them down or copy them and then pass the book on to a friend or family member. I got this book today from the book club I belong to. Opened it up and went ...

    So it's a little hard to rate a cookbook but let me try. Okay, first things first, I love the Pioneer Woman. I've been following her website for a long time and I loved her other cookbooks. Anyhow, I was really excited for this book. I was most definitely not disappointed. Here are ...

    The Pioneer Woman Cooks; Food from my Frontier By Ree Drummond This is one of those cookbooks that one loves to look through! Recipes from the simple to more complicated with pictures of step by step process; for those who are visually inclined like me. I?ve marked a few that ...

    I have never reviewed a cook book before, so please bear with me. I read this whole book, and I found it funny. I really like Ree?s sense of humor. I do apologies to whoever gets my book next. There may be some Basset Hound drool in it. The pictures are that lovely (although there co...

    I was so excited when I heard this book was being made. I loved the first cookbook and knew that the second would only be better, and I was right. There's more recipes this time and some less filler though I enjoyed all of the extras in the first. As always there are step by step photo...

    This book is overflowing with goodness. The photography is eye candy. The recipes sound devine. That is saying quite a bit from this 90% vegetarian cook. Most of the recipes include well, meat. I still want to cook! I want to figure out how they will work for me and my family. Ree's sp...

    Ree Drummond's second cookbook is far better than her first in my opinion. I prefer the layout in "Food from My Frontier," and feel the photography and color is used better. What I love about her books is the fact she shows each step with pictures so you know whether or not you're on t...

    I love this cookbook. While I could deal without the cheeky country girl humor (sorry, just not my thing), the recipes are delicious and easy to follow for a beginning cook. ...

    Does reading a copy at my grandmother's house count? XD Because that's what I did, praying that one day I will have the time to make at least some of the recipes inside. ...

    Same format as her other cookbooks, many pictures (there isn't one page without at least one pic) and the big plus of having a picture for every step in the recipe (a BIG plus!) While still not exceptional, the recipes as a whole are better overall than in her first book. However, her ...

    I am not sure where to start....I guess I should begin by telling you that this cookbook is wonderful! To put it mildly, the pictures are crisp, colorful and clear. If you are trying any of the recipes, it is an understatement that you will find step-by-step directions and images to fo...

    Note: I am reviewing the iBooks version of this cookbook. If you want simple recipes with easy to find ingredients in an easy to follow format, than this cookbook is sure to get you rattling those pots and pans! The design of Ree's cookbook is country flower perfect. She scatters...

    Ree Drummond's The Pioneer Woman Cooks: Food from My Frontier was not a book that had originally been on my "To Read" list, but I picked it up from the library while I was waiting for my mother to pick out her books. I browsed through it and I loved the vibrant photographs, so I checke...

    My mom was a big baker when I was growing up, but I (foolishly) didn't pay attention at the time. Since then, I've been very hit-or-miss with baking success, so I really appreciate PW's step-by-step instructions of bakery recipes. Yes, I could have found the same amount of instruction ...

    I only checked out this book because it is on my Goodreads 2012 Choice Awards Challenge. I've never been a fan of Ree Drummond, so I was a little bristly about it all. I picked it up from the library yesterday and when I flipped through, I was surprised. It's actually a pretty neat coo...

    Non-Fiction; Cooking 5 stars A wonderful book full of delicious recipes and step-by-step directions. If you follow the popular Pioneer Woman's blog (www.thepioneerwoman.com) then you already know that Ree Drummond is a fun, witty Mom who loves to make yummy food for her family....

    Of course, the recipes are good - which is the point of any cookbook. However, I didn't catch that most of the extras were only viewable on Ipad/Iphone devices and unusable on Kindle until after I purchased it. I hoped I could at least "trade it in" for the basic Kindle version for a b...

  • Sherry
    Mar 18, 2012

    In Ree's first cookbook, she covered many aspects of her golden rich white persons life in the little multi-million dollar ranch on the prairie. In her second cookbook, she reels in the gushing about her life with Marlboro Man and all them chillens she kept havin' to focus more on cook...

    This is the second cookbook from Ree Drummond, also popularly known as "The Pioneer Woman." If you're not familiar with Ree and her Pioneer Woman website [where have you been?!], she was a city girl living the fast paced life when on her way from L.A. to Chicago, made a pit stop in her...

    There are some excellent recipes and anecdotes in this book. A truly epic pie crust recipe, cornbread croutons and apple brown betty. Yum!! Can?t wait to try them. ...

    I tried several (at least 7) different recipes, and two were things I would make again. In case you are wondering: Cherry limeade and citrus butter cookies -- I'm considering putting the citrus butter cookies on my holiday cookie list. The zingy, summery taste would be lovely, refreshi...

    What's not to love about Ree Drummond? She's witty and I like her step-by-step photo recipe format. I've been following her blog for a few years, and feel as though I know her, her family and can relate to her life on the ranch-- as I was an equestrian for a few decades, and enjoyed th...

    As someone who loved Ree Drummond?s initial ?Pioneer Woman? cookbook, filled with step-by-step recipes with accompanying pictures, I was interested in looking at her second cookbook, ?the Pioneer Woman cooks: Food from my Frontier.? And I wasn?t disappointed. The second ins...

    I liked this better than the first cookbook because it's less folksy and personal - while there are still pics of her family and ranch, the focus is more on the food, and that's a plus for me. She does have some quirky recipes in here (lots of pre-packaged pastry and Mountain Dew in ap...

    Ree Drummond creates recipe that I love to cook, and apparently, I like Midwest by way of the South trash eats. #noregrets ...

    This is the second cookbook by Ree Drummond, AKA The Pioneer Woman. With her usual wit and charm, she shares delicious recipes, along with tidbits about her life, family and ranch living. The recipes are fantastic, although not for those looking for low calorie health foods. Ree takes ...

    The way I "read" a cookbook is, if the recipe title sounds good, I pay attention. If the picture looks good, I pay attention. If the title or picture involves a food I don't care for, or doesn't sound appealing, I keep flipping. I read every single recipe in this cookbook. And not, ...

    Normally when I get a cookbook I page through it and find one or two recipes that look okay. If they are really good, I will write them down or copy them and then pass the book on to a friend or family member. I got this book today from the book club I belong to. Opened it up and went ...

    So it's a little hard to rate a cookbook but let me try. Okay, first things first, I love the Pioneer Woman. I've been following her website for a long time and I loved her other cookbooks. Anyhow, I was really excited for this book. I was most definitely not disappointed. Here are ...

    The Pioneer Woman Cooks; Food from my Frontier By Ree Drummond This is one of those cookbooks that one loves to look through! Recipes from the simple to more complicated with pictures of step by step process; for those who are visually inclined like me. I?ve marked a few that ...

  • Meg - A Bookish Affair
    Jul 27, 2012

    In Ree's first cookbook, she covered many aspects of her golden rich white persons life in the little multi-million dollar ranch on the prairie. In her second cookbook, she reels in the gushing about her life with Marlboro Man and all them chillens she kept havin' to focus more on cook...

    This is the second cookbook from Ree Drummond, also popularly known as "The Pioneer Woman." If you're not familiar with Ree and her Pioneer Woman website [where have you been?!], she was a city girl living the fast paced life when on her way from L.A. to Chicago, made a pit stop in her...

    There are some excellent recipes and anecdotes in this book. A truly epic pie crust recipe, cornbread croutons and apple brown betty. Yum!! Can?t wait to try them. ...

    I tried several (at least 7) different recipes, and two were things I would make again. In case you are wondering: Cherry limeade and citrus butter cookies -- I'm considering putting the citrus butter cookies on my holiday cookie list. The zingy, summery taste would be lovely, refreshi...

    What's not to love about Ree Drummond? She's witty and I like her step-by-step photo recipe format. I've been following her blog for a few years, and feel as though I know her, her family and can relate to her life on the ranch-- as I was an equestrian for a few decades, and enjoyed th...

    As someone who loved Ree Drummond?s initial ?Pioneer Woman? cookbook, filled with step-by-step recipes with accompanying pictures, I was interested in looking at her second cookbook, ?the Pioneer Woman cooks: Food from my Frontier.? And I wasn?t disappointed. The second ins...

    I liked this better than the first cookbook because it's less folksy and personal - while there are still pics of her family and ranch, the focus is more on the food, and that's a plus for me. She does have some quirky recipes in here (lots of pre-packaged pastry and Mountain Dew in ap...

    Ree Drummond creates recipe that I love to cook, and apparently, I like Midwest by way of the South trash eats. #noregrets ...

    This is the second cookbook by Ree Drummond, AKA The Pioneer Woman. With her usual wit and charm, she shares delicious recipes, along with tidbits about her life, family and ranch living. The recipes are fantastic, although not for those looking for low calorie health foods. Ree takes ...

    The way I "read" a cookbook is, if the recipe title sounds good, I pay attention. If the picture looks good, I pay attention. If the title or picture involves a food I don't care for, or doesn't sound appealing, I keep flipping. I read every single recipe in this cookbook. And not, ...

    Normally when I get a cookbook I page through it and find one or two recipes that look okay. If they are really good, I will write them down or copy them and then pass the book on to a friend or family member. I got this book today from the book club I belong to. Opened it up and went ...

    So it's a little hard to rate a cookbook but let me try. Okay, first things first, I love the Pioneer Woman. I've been following her website for a long time and I loved her other cookbooks. Anyhow, I was really excited for this book. I was most definitely not disappointed. Here are ...

  • Laela
    Apr 26, 2012

    In Ree's first cookbook, she covered many aspects of her golden rich white persons life in the little multi-million dollar ranch on the prairie. In her second cookbook, she reels in the gushing about her life with Marlboro Man and all them chillens she kept havin' to focus more on cook...

    This is the second cookbook from Ree Drummond, also popularly known as "The Pioneer Woman." If you're not familiar with Ree and her Pioneer Woman website [where have you been?!], she was a city girl living the fast paced life when on her way from L.A. to Chicago, made a pit stop in her...

    There are some excellent recipes and anecdotes in this book. A truly epic pie crust recipe, cornbread croutons and apple brown betty. Yum!! Can?t wait to try them. ...

    I tried several (at least 7) different recipes, and two were things I would make again. In case you are wondering: Cherry limeade and citrus butter cookies -- I'm considering putting the citrus butter cookies on my holiday cookie list. The zingy, summery taste would be lovely, refreshi...

    What's not to love about Ree Drummond? She's witty and I like her step-by-step photo recipe format. I've been following her blog for a few years, and feel as though I know her, her family and can relate to her life on the ranch-- as I was an equestrian for a few decades, and enjoyed th...

    As someone who loved Ree Drummond?s initial ?Pioneer Woman? cookbook, filled with step-by-step recipes with accompanying pictures, I was interested in looking at her second cookbook, ?the Pioneer Woman cooks: Food from my Frontier.? And I wasn?t disappointed. The second ins...

    I liked this better than the first cookbook because it's less folksy and personal - while there are still pics of her family and ranch, the focus is more on the food, and that's a plus for me. She does have some quirky recipes in here (lots of pre-packaged pastry and Mountain Dew in ap...

    Ree Drummond creates recipe that I love to cook, and apparently, I like Midwest by way of the South trash eats. #noregrets ...

    This is the second cookbook by Ree Drummond, AKA The Pioneer Woman. With her usual wit and charm, she shares delicious recipes, along with tidbits about her life, family and ranch living. The recipes are fantastic, although not for those looking for low calorie health foods. Ree takes ...

    The way I "read" a cookbook is, if the recipe title sounds good, I pay attention. If the picture looks good, I pay attention. If the title or picture involves a food I don't care for, or doesn't sound appealing, I keep flipping. I read every single recipe in this cookbook. And not, ...

    Normally when I get a cookbook I page through it and find one or two recipes that look okay. If they are really good, I will write them down or copy them and then pass the book on to a friend or family member. I got this book today from the book club I belong to. Opened it up and went ...

    So it's a little hard to rate a cookbook but let me try. Okay, first things first, I love the Pioneer Woman. I've been following her website for a long time and I loved her other cookbooks. Anyhow, I was really excited for this book. I was most definitely not disappointed. Here are ...

    The Pioneer Woman Cooks; Food from my Frontier By Ree Drummond This is one of those cookbooks that one loves to look through! Recipes from the simple to more complicated with pictures of step by step process; for those who are visually inclined like me. I?ve marked a few that ...

    I have never reviewed a cook book before, so please bear with me. I read this whole book, and I found it funny. I really like Ree?s sense of humor. I do apologies to whoever gets my book next. There may be some Basset Hound drool in it. The pictures are that lovely (although there co...

  • Bunny
    Jul 30, 2012

    In Ree's first cookbook, she covered many aspects of her golden rich white persons life in the little multi-million dollar ranch on the prairie. In her second cookbook, she reels in the gushing about her life with Marlboro Man and all them chillens she kept havin' to focus more on cook...

    This is the second cookbook from Ree Drummond, also popularly known as "The Pioneer Woman." If you're not familiar with Ree and her Pioneer Woman website [where have you been?!], she was a city girl living the fast paced life when on her way from L.A. to Chicago, made a pit stop in her...

    There are some excellent recipes and anecdotes in this book. A truly epic pie crust recipe, cornbread croutons and apple brown betty. Yum!! Can?t wait to try them. ...

    I tried several (at least 7) different recipes, and two were things I would make again. In case you are wondering: Cherry limeade and citrus butter cookies -- I'm considering putting the citrus butter cookies on my holiday cookie list. The zingy, summery taste would be lovely, refreshi...

    What's not to love about Ree Drummond? She's witty and I like her step-by-step photo recipe format. I've been following her blog for a few years, and feel as though I know her, her family and can relate to her life on the ranch-- as I was an equestrian for a few decades, and enjoyed th...

    As someone who loved Ree Drummond?s initial ?Pioneer Woman? cookbook, filled with step-by-step recipes with accompanying pictures, I was interested in looking at her second cookbook, ?the Pioneer Woman cooks: Food from my Frontier.? And I wasn?t disappointed. The second ins...

    I liked this better than the first cookbook because it's less folksy and personal - while there are still pics of her family and ranch, the focus is more on the food, and that's a plus for me. She does have some quirky recipes in here (lots of pre-packaged pastry and Mountain Dew in ap...

    Ree Drummond creates recipe that I love to cook, and apparently, I like Midwest by way of the South trash eats. #noregrets ...

    This is the second cookbook by Ree Drummond, AKA The Pioneer Woman. With her usual wit and charm, she shares delicious recipes, along with tidbits about her life, family and ranch living. The recipes are fantastic, although not for those looking for low calorie health foods. Ree takes ...

    The way I "read" a cookbook is, if the recipe title sounds good, I pay attention. If the picture looks good, I pay attention. If the title or picture involves a food I don't care for, or doesn't sound appealing, I keep flipping. I read every single recipe in this cookbook. And not, ...

  • Erin
    Apr 29, 2012

    In Ree's first cookbook, she covered many aspects of her golden rich white persons life in the little multi-million dollar ranch on the prairie. In her second cookbook, she reels in the gushing about her life with Marlboro Man and all them chillens she kept havin' to focus more on cook...

    This is the second cookbook from Ree Drummond, also popularly known as "The Pioneer Woman." If you're not familiar with Ree and her Pioneer Woman website [where have you been?!], she was a city girl living the fast paced life when on her way from L.A. to Chicago, made a pit stop in her...

    There are some excellent recipes and anecdotes in this book. A truly epic pie crust recipe, cornbread croutons and apple brown betty. Yum!! Can?t wait to try them. ...

    I tried several (at least 7) different recipes, and two were things I would make again. In case you are wondering: Cherry limeade and citrus butter cookies -- I'm considering putting the citrus butter cookies on my holiday cookie list. The zingy, summery taste would be lovely, refreshi...

    What's not to love about Ree Drummond? She's witty and I like her step-by-step photo recipe format. I've been following her blog for a few years, and feel as though I know her, her family and can relate to her life on the ranch-- as I was an equestrian for a few decades, and enjoyed th...

    As someone who loved Ree Drummond?s initial ?Pioneer Woman? cookbook, filled with step-by-step recipes with accompanying pictures, I was interested in looking at her second cookbook, ?the Pioneer Woman cooks: Food from my Frontier.? And I wasn?t disappointed. The second ins...

    I liked this better than the first cookbook because it's less folksy and personal - while there are still pics of her family and ranch, the focus is more on the food, and that's a plus for me. She does have some quirky recipes in here (lots of pre-packaged pastry and Mountain Dew in ap...

    Ree Drummond creates recipe that I love to cook, and apparently, I like Midwest by way of the South trash eats. #noregrets ...

    This is the second cookbook by Ree Drummond, AKA The Pioneer Woman. With her usual wit and charm, she shares delicious recipes, along with tidbits about her life, family and ranch living. The recipes are fantastic, although not for those looking for low calorie health foods. Ree takes ...

    The way I "read" a cookbook is, if the recipe title sounds good, I pay attention. If the picture looks good, I pay attention. If the title or picture involves a food I don't care for, or doesn't sound appealing, I keep flipping. I read every single recipe in this cookbook. And not, ...

    Normally when I get a cookbook I page through it and find one or two recipes that look okay. If they are really good, I will write them down or copy them and then pass the book on to a friend or family member. I got this book today from the book club I belong to. Opened it up and went ...

    So it's a little hard to rate a cookbook but let me try. Okay, first things first, I love the Pioneer Woman. I've been following her website for a long time and I loved her other cookbooks. Anyhow, I was really excited for this book. I was most definitely not disappointed. Here are ...

    The Pioneer Woman Cooks; Food from my Frontier By Ree Drummond This is one of those cookbooks that one loves to look through! Recipes from the simple to more complicated with pictures of step by step process; for those who are visually inclined like me. I?ve marked a few that ...

    I have never reviewed a cook book before, so please bear with me. I read this whole book, and I found it funny. I really like Ree?s sense of humor. I do apologies to whoever gets my book next. There may be some Basset Hound drool in it. The pictures are that lovely (although there co...

    I was so excited when I heard this book was being made. I loved the first cookbook and knew that the second would only be better, and I was right. There's more recipes this time and some less filler though I enjoyed all of the extras in the first. As always there are step by step photo...

    This book is overflowing with goodness. The photography is eye candy. The recipes sound devine. That is saying quite a bit from this 90% vegetarian cook. Most of the recipes include well, meat. I still want to cook! I want to figure out how they will work for me and my family. Ree's sp...

    Ree Drummond's second cookbook is far better than her first in my opinion. I prefer the layout in "Food from My Frontier," and feel the photography and color is used better. What I love about her books is the fact she shows each step with pictures so you know whether or not you're on t...

  • Diane
    Oct 31, 2012

    In Ree's first cookbook, she covered many aspects of her golden rich white persons life in the little multi-million dollar ranch on the prairie. In her second cookbook, she reels in the gushing about her life with Marlboro Man and all them chillens she kept havin' to focus more on cook...

    This is the second cookbook from Ree Drummond, also popularly known as "The Pioneer Woman." If you're not familiar with Ree and her Pioneer Woman website [where have you been?!], she was a city girl living the fast paced life when on her way from L.A. to Chicago, made a pit stop in her...

    There are some excellent recipes and anecdotes in this book. A truly epic pie crust recipe, cornbread croutons and apple brown betty. Yum!! Can?t wait to try them. ...

    I tried several (at least 7) different recipes, and two were things I would make again. In case you are wondering: Cherry limeade and citrus butter cookies -- I'm considering putting the citrus butter cookies on my holiday cookie list. The zingy, summery taste would be lovely, refreshi...

  • Wendy
    May 16, 2012

    In Ree's first cookbook, she covered many aspects of her golden rich white persons life in the little multi-million dollar ranch on the prairie. In her second cookbook, she reels in the gushing about her life with Marlboro Man and all them chillens she kept havin' to focus more on cook...

    This is the second cookbook from Ree Drummond, also popularly known as "The Pioneer Woman." If you're not familiar with Ree and her Pioneer Woman website [where have you been?!], she was a city girl living the fast paced life when on her way from L.A. to Chicago, made a pit stop in her...

    There are some excellent recipes and anecdotes in this book. A truly epic pie crust recipe, cornbread croutons and apple brown betty. Yum!! Can?t wait to try them. ...

    I tried several (at least 7) different recipes, and two were things I would make again. In case you are wondering: Cherry limeade and citrus butter cookies -- I'm considering putting the citrus butter cookies on my holiday cookie list. The zingy, summery taste would be lovely, refreshi...

    What's not to love about Ree Drummond? She's witty and I like her step-by-step photo recipe format. I've been following her blog for a few years, and feel as though I know her, her family and can relate to her life on the ranch-- as I was an equestrian for a few decades, and enjoyed th...

    As someone who loved Ree Drummond?s initial ?Pioneer Woman? cookbook, filled with step-by-step recipes with accompanying pictures, I was interested in looking at her second cookbook, ?the Pioneer Woman cooks: Food from my Frontier.? And I wasn?t disappointed. The second ins...

    I liked this better than the first cookbook because it's less folksy and personal - while there are still pics of her family and ranch, the focus is more on the food, and that's a plus for me. She does have some quirky recipes in here (lots of pre-packaged pastry and Mountain Dew in ap...

    Ree Drummond creates recipe that I love to cook, and apparently, I like Midwest by way of the South trash eats. #noregrets ...

    This is the second cookbook by Ree Drummond, AKA The Pioneer Woman. With her usual wit and charm, she shares delicious recipes, along with tidbits about her life, family and ranch living. The recipes are fantastic, although not for those looking for low calorie health foods. Ree takes ...

    The way I "read" a cookbook is, if the recipe title sounds good, I pay attention. If the picture looks good, I pay attention. If the title or picture involves a food I don't care for, or doesn't sound appealing, I keep flipping. I read every single recipe in this cookbook. And not, ...

    Normally when I get a cookbook I page through it and find one or two recipes that look okay. If they are really good, I will write them down or copy them and then pass the book on to a friend or family member. I got this book today from the book club I belong to. Opened it up and went ...

    So it's a little hard to rate a cookbook but let me try. Okay, first things first, I love the Pioneer Woman. I've been following her website for a long time and I loved her other cookbooks. Anyhow, I was really excited for this book. I was most definitely not disappointed. Here are ...

    The Pioneer Woman Cooks; Food from my Frontier By Ree Drummond This is one of those cookbooks that one loves to look through! Recipes from the simple to more complicated with pictures of step by step process; for those who are visually inclined like me. I?ve marked a few that ...

    I have never reviewed a cook book before, so please bear with me. I read this whole book, and I found it funny. I really like Ree?s sense of humor. I do apologies to whoever gets my book next. There may be some Basset Hound drool in it. The pictures are that lovely (although there co...

    I was so excited when I heard this book was being made. I loved the first cookbook and knew that the second would only be better, and I was right. There's more recipes this time and some less filler though I enjoyed all of the extras in the first. As always there are step by step photo...

    This book is overflowing with goodness. The photography is eye candy. The recipes sound devine. That is saying quite a bit from this 90% vegetarian cook. Most of the recipes include well, meat. I still want to cook! I want to figure out how they will work for me and my family. Ree's sp...

    Ree Drummond's second cookbook is far better than her first in my opinion. I prefer the layout in "Food from My Frontier," and feel the photography and color is used better. What I love about her books is the fact she shows each step with pictures so you know whether or not you're on t...

    I love this cookbook. While I could deal without the cheeky country girl humor (sorry, just not my thing), the recipes are delicious and easy to follow for a beginning cook. ...

    Does reading a copy at my grandmother's house count? XD Because that's what I did, praying that one day I will have the time to make at least some of the recipes inside. ...

    Same format as her other cookbooks, many pictures (there isn't one page without at least one pic) and the big plus of having a picture for every step in the recipe (a BIG plus!) While still not exceptional, the recipes as a whole are better overall than in her first book. However, her ...

    I am not sure where to start....I guess I should begin by telling you that this cookbook is wonderful! To put it mildly, the pictures are crisp, colorful and clear. If you are trying any of the recipes, it is an understatement that you will find step-by-step directions and images to fo...

    Note: I am reviewing the iBooks version of this cookbook. If you want simple recipes with easy to find ingredients in an easy to follow format, than this cookbook is sure to get you rattling those pots and pans! The design of Ree's cookbook is country flower perfect. She scatters...

  • Laura
    Apr 03, 2012

    In Ree's first cookbook, she covered many aspects of her golden rich white persons life in the little multi-million dollar ranch on the prairie. In her second cookbook, she reels in the gushing about her life with Marlboro Man and all them chillens she kept havin' to focus more on cook...

    This is the second cookbook from Ree Drummond, also popularly known as "The Pioneer Woman." If you're not familiar with Ree and her Pioneer Woman website [where have you been?!], she was a city girl living the fast paced life when on her way from L.A. to Chicago, made a pit stop in her...

    There are some excellent recipes and anecdotes in this book. A truly epic pie crust recipe, cornbread croutons and apple brown betty. Yum!! Can?t wait to try them. ...

    I tried several (at least 7) different recipes, and two were things I would make again. In case you are wondering: Cherry limeade and citrus butter cookies -- I'm considering putting the citrus butter cookies on my holiday cookie list. The zingy, summery taste would be lovely, refreshi...

    What's not to love about Ree Drummond? She's witty and I like her step-by-step photo recipe format. I've been following her blog for a few years, and feel as though I know her, her family and can relate to her life on the ranch-- as I was an equestrian for a few decades, and enjoyed th...

    As someone who loved Ree Drummond?s initial ?Pioneer Woman? cookbook, filled with step-by-step recipes with accompanying pictures, I was interested in looking at her second cookbook, ?the Pioneer Woman cooks: Food from my Frontier.? And I wasn?t disappointed. The second ins...

    I liked this better than the first cookbook because it's less folksy and personal - while there are still pics of her family and ranch, the focus is more on the food, and that's a plus for me. She does have some quirky recipes in here (lots of pre-packaged pastry and Mountain Dew in ap...

  • Debby
    May 15, 2012

    In Ree's first cookbook, she covered many aspects of her golden rich white persons life in the little multi-million dollar ranch on the prairie. In her second cookbook, she reels in the gushing about her life with Marlboro Man and all them chillens she kept havin' to focus more on cook...

    This is the second cookbook from Ree Drummond, also popularly known as "The Pioneer Woman." If you're not familiar with Ree and her Pioneer Woman website [where have you been?!], she was a city girl living the fast paced life when on her way from L.A. to Chicago, made a pit stop in her...

    There are some excellent recipes and anecdotes in this book. A truly epic pie crust recipe, cornbread croutons and apple brown betty. Yum!! Can?t wait to try them. ...

    I tried several (at least 7) different recipes, and two were things I would make again. In case you are wondering: Cherry limeade and citrus butter cookies -- I'm considering putting the citrus butter cookies on my holiday cookie list. The zingy, summery taste would be lovely, refreshi...

    What's not to love about Ree Drummond? She's witty and I like her step-by-step photo recipe format. I've been following her blog for a few years, and feel as though I know her, her family and can relate to her life on the ranch-- as I was an equestrian for a few decades, and enjoyed th...

  • Heather
    Jul 13, 2012

    In Ree's first cookbook, she covered many aspects of her golden rich white persons life in the little multi-million dollar ranch on the prairie. In her second cookbook, she reels in the gushing about her life with Marlboro Man and all them chillens she kept havin' to focus more on cook...

    This is the second cookbook from Ree Drummond, also popularly known as "The Pioneer Woman." If you're not familiar with Ree and her Pioneer Woman website [where have you been?!], she was a city girl living the fast paced life when on her way from L.A. to Chicago, made a pit stop in her...

    There are some excellent recipes and anecdotes in this book. A truly epic pie crust recipe, cornbread croutons and apple brown betty. Yum!! Can?t wait to try them. ...

    I tried several (at least 7) different recipes, and two were things I would make again. In case you are wondering: Cherry limeade and citrus butter cookies -- I'm considering putting the citrus butter cookies on my holiday cookie list. The zingy, summery taste would be lovely, refreshi...

    What's not to love about Ree Drummond? She's witty and I like her step-by-step photo recipe format. I've been following her blog for a few years, and feel as though I know her, her family and can relate to her life on the ranch-- as I was an equestrian for a few decades, and enjoyed th...

    As someone who loved Ree Drummond?s initial ?Pioneer Woman? cookbook, filled with step-by-step recipes with accompanying pictures, I was interested in looking at her second cookbook, ?the Pioneer Woman cooks: Food from my Frontier.? And I wasn?t disappointed. The second ins...

    I liked this better than the first cookbook because it's less folksy and personal - while there are still pics of her family and ranch, the focus is more on the food, and that's a plus for me. She does have some quirky recipes in here (lots of pre-packaged pastry and Mountain Dew in ap...

    Ree Drummond creates recipe that I love to cook, and apparently, I like Midwest by way of the South trash eats. #noregrets ...

    This is the second cookbook by Ree Drummond, AKA The Pioneer Woman. With her usual wit and charm, she shares delicious recipes, along with tidbits about her life, family and ranch living. The recipes are fantastic, although not for those looking for low calorie health foods. Ree takes ...

    The way I "read" a cookbook is, if the recipe title sounds good, I pay attention. If the picture looks good, I pay attention. If the title or picture involves a food I don't care for, or doesn't sound appealing, I keep flipping. I read every single recipe in this cookbook. And not, ...

    Normally when I get a cookbook I page through it and find one or two recipes that look okay. If they are really good, I will write them down or copy them and then pass the book on to a friend or family member. I got this book today from the book club I belong to. Opened it up and went ...

    So it's a little hard to rate a cookbook but let me try. Okay, first things first, I love the Pioneer Woman. I've been following her website for a long time and I loved her other cookbooks. Anyhow, I was really excited for this book. I was most definitely not disappointed. Here are ...

    The Pioneer Woman Cooks; Food from my Frontier By Ree Drummond This is one of those cookbooks that one loves to look through! Recipes from the simple to more complicated with pictures of step by step process; for those who are visually inclined like me. I?ve marked a few that ...

    I have never reviewed a cook book before, so please bear with me. I read this whole book, and I found it funny. I really like Ree?s sense of humor. I do apologies to whoever gets my book next. There may be some Basset Hound drool in it. The pictures are that lovely (although there co...

    I was so excited when I heard this book was being made. I loved the first cookbook and knew that the second would only be better, and I was right. There's more recipes this time and some less filler though I enjoyed all of the extras in the first. As always there are step by step photo...

    This book is overflowing with goodness. The photography is eye candy. The recipes sound devine. That is saying quite a bit from this 90% vegetarian cook. Most of the recipes include well, meat. I still want to cook! I want to figure out how they will work for me and my family. Ree's sp...

    Ree Drummond's second cookbook is far better than her first in my opinion. I prefer the layout in "Food from My Frontier," and feel the photography and color is used better. What I love about her books is the fact she shows each step with pictures so you know whether or not you're on t...

    I love this cookbook. While I could deal without the cheeky country girl humor (sorry, just not my thing), the recipes are delicious and easy to follow for a beginning cook. ...

    Does reading a copy at my grandmother's house count? XD Because that's what I did, praying that one day I will have the time to make at least some of the recipes inside. ...

    Same format as her other cookbooks, many pictures (there isn't one page without at least one pic) and the big plus of having a picture for every step in the recipe (a BIG plus!) While still not exceptional, the recipes as a whole are better overall than in her first book. However, her ...

    I am not sure where to start....I guess I should begin by telling you that this cookbook is wonderful! To put it mildly, the pictures are crisp, colorful and clear. If you are trying any of the recipes, it is an understatement that you will find step-by-step directions and images to fo...

    Note: I am reviewing the iBooks version of this cookbook. If you want simple recipes with easy to find ingredients in an easy to follow format, than this cookbook is sure to get you rattling those pots and pans! The design of Ree's cookbook is country flower perfect. She scatters...

    Ree Drummond's The Pioneer Woman Cooks: Food from My Frontier was not a book that had originally been on my "To Read" list, but I picked it up from the library while I was waiting for my mother to pick out her books. I browsed through it and I loved the vibrant photographs, so I checke...

    My mom was a big baker when I was growing up, but I (foolishly) didn't pay attention at the time. Since then, I've been very hit-or-miss with baking success, so I really appreciate PW's step-by-step instructions of bakery recipes. Yes, I could have found the same amount of instruction ...

    I only checked out this book because it is on my Goodreads 2012 Choice Awards Challenge. I've never been a fan of Ree Drummond, so I was a little bristly about it all. I picked it up from the library yesterday and when I flipped through, I was surprised. It's actually a pretty neat coo...

    Non-Fiction; Cooking 5 stars A wonderful book full of delicious recipes and step-by-step directions. If you follow the popular Pioneer Woman's blog (www.thepioneerwoman.com) then you already know that Ree Drummond is a fun, witty Mom who loves to make yummy food for her family....

    Of course, the recipes are good - which is the point of any cookbook. However, I didn't catch that most of the extras were only viewable on Ipad/Iphone devices and unusable on Kindle until after I purchased it. I hoped I could at least "trade it in" for the basic Kindle version for a b...

    I love her writing style. I love the recipes. I love how her love for her family oozes through absolutely every page. Her pictures are breathtaking. I really loved everything about this book. The recipes are easy and delicious, and my husband loves most of them and my kids will eat the...

    This book is a lot of fun. The recipes are well thought out,original, easy to follow and so far turning out to be uber yummy! What is very cool about Ree Drummond's cookbooks is her use of photography. She photographs her recipes step by step and if really gives you a sense of the reci...

  • Shelley
    Oct 10, 2012

    In Ree's first cookbook, she covered many aspects of her golden rich white persons life in the little multi-million dollar ranch on the prairie. In her second cookbook, she reels in the gushing about her life with Marlboro Man and all them chillens she kept havin' to focus more on cook...

    This is the second cookbook from Ree Drummond, also popularly known as "The Pioneer Woman." If you're not familiar with Ree and her Pioneer Woman website [where have you been?!], she was a city girl living the fast paced life when on her way from L.A. to Chicago, made a pit stop in her...

    There are some excellent recipes and anecdotes in this book. A truly epic pie crust recipe, cornbread croutons and apple brown betty. Yum!! Can?t wait to try them. ...

    I tried several (at least 7) different recipes, and two were things I would make again. In case you are wondering: Cherry limeade and citrus butter cookies -- I'm considering putting the citrus butter cookies on my holiday cookie list. The zingy, summery taste would be lovely, refreshi...

    What's not to love about Ree Drummond? She's witty and I like her step-by-step photo recipe format. I've been following her blog for a few years, and feel as though I know her, her family and can relate to her life on the ranch-- as I was an equestrian for a few decades, and enjoyed th...

    As someone who loved Ree Drummond?s initial ?Pioneer Woman? cookbook, filled with step-by-step recipes with accompanying pictures, I was interested in looking at her second cookbook, ?the Pioneer Woman cooks: Food from my Frontier.? And I wasn?t disappointed. The second ins...

    I liked this better than the first cookbook because it's less folksy and personal - while there are still pics of her family and ranch, the focus is more on the food, and that's a plus for me. She does have some quirky recipes in here (lots of pre-packaged pastry and Mountain Dew in ap...

    Ree Drummond creates recipe that I love to cook, and apparently, I like Midwest by way of the South trash eats. #noregrets ...

    This is the second cookbook by Ree Drummond, AKA The Pioneer Woman. With her usual wit and charm, she shares delicious recipes, along with tidbits about her life, family and ranch living. The recipes are fantastic, although not for those looking for low calorie health foods. Ree takes ...

    The way I "read" a cookbook is, if the recipe title sounds good, I pay attention. If the picture looks good, I pay attention. If the title or picture involves a food I don't care for, or doesn't sound appealing, I keep flipping. I read every single recipe in this cookbook. And not, ...

    Normally when I get a cookbook I page through it and find one or two recipes that look okay. If they are really good, I will write them down or copy them and then pass the book on to a friend or family member. I got this book today from the book club I belong to. Opened it up and went ...

  • Trish
    Jan 15, 2013

    In Ree's first cookbook, she covered many aspects of her golden rich white persons life in the little multi-million dollar ranch on the prairie. In her second cookbook, she reels in the gushing about her life with Marlboro Man and all them chillens she kept havin' to focus more on cook...

    This is the second cookbook from Ree Drummond, also popularly known as "The Pioneer Woman." If you're not familiar with Ree and her Pioneer Woman website [where have you been?!], she was a city girl living the fast paced life when on her way from L.A. to Chicago, made a pit stop in her...

    There are some excellent recipes and anecdotes in this book. A truly epic pie crust recipe, cornbread croutons and apple brown betty. Yum!! Can?t wait to try them. ...

    I tried several (at least 7) different recipes, and two were things I would make again. In case you are wondering: Cherry limeade and citrus butter cookies -- I'm considering putting the citrus butter cookies on my holiday cookie list. The zingy, summery taste would be lovely, refreshi...

    What's not to love about Ree Drummond? She's witty and I like her step-by-step photo recipe format. I've been following her blog for a few years, and feel as though I know her, her family and can relate to her life on the ranch-- as I was an equestrian for a few decades, and enjoyed th...

    As someone who loved Ree Drummond?s initial ?Pioneer Woman? cookbook, filled with step-by-step recipes with accompanying pictures, I was interested in looking at her second cookbook, ?the Pioneer Woman cooks: Food from my Frontier.? And I wasn?t disappointed. The second ins...

    I liked this better than the first cookbook because it's less folksy and personal - while there are still pics of her family and ranch, the focus is more on the food, and that's a plus for me. She does have some quirky recipes in here (lots of pre-packaged pastry and Mountain Dew in ap...

    Ree Drummond creates recipe that I love to cook, and apparently, I like Midwest by way of the South trash eats. #noregrets ...

    This is the second cookbook by Ree Drummond, AKA The Pioneer Woman. With her usual wit and charm, she shares delicious recipes, along with tidbits about her life, family and ranch living. The recipes are fantastic, although not for those looking for low calorie health foods. Ree takes ...

    The way I "read" a cookbook is, if the recipe title sounds good, I pay attention. If the picture looks good, I pay attention. If the title or picture involves a food I don't care for, or doesn't sound appealing, I keep flipping. I read every single recipe in this cookbook. And not, ...

    Normally when I get a cookbook I page through it and find one or two recipes that look okay. If they are really good, I will write them down or copy them and then pass the book on to a friend or family member. I got this book today from the book club I belong to. Opened it up and went ...

    So it's a little hard to rate a cookbook but let me try. Okay, first things first, I love the Pioneer Woman. I've been following her website for a long time and I loved her other cookbooks. Anyhow, I was really excited for this book. I was most definitely not disappointed. Here are ...

    The Pioneer Woman Cooks; Food from my Frontier By Ree Drummond This is one of those cookbooks that one loves to look through! Recipes from the simple to more complicated with pictures of step by step process; for those who are visually inclined like me. I?ve marked a few that ...

    I have never reviewed a cook book before, so please bear with me. I read this whole book, and I found it funny. I really like Ree?s sense of humor. I do apologies to whoever gets my book next. There may be some Basset Hound drool in it. The pictures are that lovely (although there co...

    I was so excited when I heard this book was being made. I loved the first cookbook and knew that the second would only be better, and I was right. There's more recipes this time and some less filler though I enjoyed all of the extras in the first. As always there are step by step photo...

    This book is overflowing with goodness. The photography is eye candy. The recipes sound devine. That is saying quite a bit from this 90% vegetarian cook. Most of the recipes include well, meat. I still want to cook! I want to figure out how they will work for me and my family. Ree's sp...

    Ree Drummond's second cookbook is far better than her first in my opinion. I prefer the layout in "Food from My Frontier," and feel the photography and color is used better. What I love about her books is the fact she shows each step with pictures so you know whether or not you're on t...

    I love this cookbook. While I could deal without the cheeky country girl humor (sorry, just not my thing), the recipes are delicious and easy to follow for a beginning cook. ...

    Does reading a copy at my grandmother's house count? XD Because that's what I did, praying that one day I will have the time to make at least some of the recipes inside. ...

    Same format as her other cookbooks, many pictures (there isn't one page without at least one pic) and the big plus of having a picture for every step in the recipe (a BIG plus!) While still not exceptional, the recipes as a whole are better overall than in her first book. However, her ...

    I am not sure where to start....I guess I should begin by telling you that this cookbook is wonderful! To put it mildly, the pictures are crisp, colorful and clear. If you are trying any of the recipes, it is an understatement that you will find step-by-step directions and images to fo...

    Note: I am reviewing the iBooks version of this cookbook. If you want simple recipes with easy to find ingredients in an easy to follow format, than this cookbook is sure to get you rattling those pots and pans! The design of Ree's cookbook is country flower perfect. She scatters...

    Ree Drummond's The Pioneer Woman Cooks: Food from My Frontier was not a book that had originally been on my "To Read" list, but I picked it up from the library while I was waiting for my mother to pick out her books. I browsed through it and I loved the vibrant photographs, so I checke...

    My mom was a big baker when I was growing up, but I (foolishly) didn't pay attention at the time. Since then, I've been very hit-or-miss with baking success, so I really appreciate PW's step-by-step instructions of bakery recipes. Yes, I could have found the same amount of instruction ...

    I only checked out this book because it is on my Goodreads 2012 Choice Awards Challenge. I've never been a fan of Ree Drummond, so I was a little bristly about it all. I picked it up from the library yesterday and when I flipped through, I was surprised. It's actually a pretty neat coo...

    Non-Fiction; Cooking 5 stars A wonderful book full of delicious recipes and step-by-step directions. If you follow the popular Pioneer Woman's blog (www.thepioneerwoman.com) then you already know that Ree Drummond is a fun, witty Mom who loves to make yummy food for her family....

  • Lilli
    Mar 14, 2012

    In Ree's first cookbook, she covered many aspects of her golden rich white persons life in the little multi-million dollar ranch on the prairie. In her second cookbook, she reels in the gushing about her life with Marlboro Man and all them chillens she kept havin' to focus more on cook...

    This is the second cookbook from Ree Drummond, also popularly known as "The Pioneer Woman." If you're not familiar with Ree and her Pioneer Woman website [where have you been?!], she was a city girl living the fast paced life when on her way from L.A. to Chicago, made a pit stop in her...

    There are some excellent recipes and anecdotes in this book. A truly epic pie crust recipe, cornbread croutons and apple brown betty. Yum!! Can?t wait to try them. ...

    I tried several (at least 7) different recipes, and two were things I would make again. In case you are wondering: Cherry limeade and citrus butter cookies -- I'm considering putting the citrus butter cookies on my holiday cookie list. The zingy, summery taste would be lovely, refreshi...

    What's not to love about Ree Drummond? She's witty and I like her step-by-step photo recipe format. I've been following her blog for a few years, and feel as though I know her, her family and can relate to her life on the ranch-- as I was an equestrian for a few decades, and enjoyed th...

    As someone who loved Ree Drummond?s initial ?Pioneer Woman? cookbook, filled with step-by-step recipes with accompanying pictures, I was interested in looking at her second cookbook, ?the Pioneer Woman cooks: Food from my Frontier.? And I wasn?t disappointed. The second ins...

    I liked this better than the first cookbook because it's less folksy and personal - while there are still pics of her family and ranch, the focus is more on the food, and that's a plus for me. She does have some quirky recipes in here (lots of pre-packaged pastry and Mountain Dew in ap...

    Ree Drummond creates recipe that I love to cook, and apparently, I like Midwest by way of the South trash eats. #noregrets ...

    This is the second cookbook by Ree Drummond, AKA The Pioneer Woman. With her usual wit and charm, she shares delicious recipes, along with tidbits about her life, family and ranch living. The recipes are fantastic, although not for those looking for low calorie health foods. Ree takes ...

    The way I "read" a cookbook is, if the recipe title sounds good, I pay attention. If the picture looks good, I pay attention. If the title or picture involves a food I don't care for, or doesn't sound appealing, I keep flipping. I read every single recipe in this cookbook. And not, ...

    Normally when I get a cookbook I page through it and find one or two recipes that look okay. If they are really good, I will write them down or copy them and then pass the book on to a friend or family member. I got this book today from the book club I belong to. Opened it up and went ...

    So it's a little hard to rate a cookbook but let me try. Okay, first things first, I love the Pioneer Woman. I've been following her website for a long time and I loved her other cookbooks. Anyhow, I was really excited for this book. I was most definitely not disappointed. Here are ...

    The Pioneer Woman Cooks; Food from my Frontier By Ree Drummond This is one of those cookbooks that one loves to look through! Recipes from the simple to more complicated with pictures of step by step process; for those who are visually inclined like me. I?ve marked a few that ...

    I have never reviewed a cook book before, so please bear with me. I read this whole book, and I found it funny. I really like Ree?s sense of humor. I do apologies to whoever gets my book next. There may be some Basset Hound drool in it. The pictures are that lovely (although there co...

    I was so excited when I heard this book was being made. I loved the first cookbook and knew that the second would only be better, and I was right. There's more recipes this time and some less filler though I enjoyed all of the extras in the first. As always there are step by step photo...

  • Robert Davis
    Dec 27, 2017

    In Ree's first cookbook, she covered many aspects of her golden rich white persons life in the little multi-million dollar ranch on the prairie. In her second cookbook, she reels in the gushing about her life with Marlboro Man and all them chillens she kept havin' to focus more on cook...

    This is the second cookbook from Ree Drummond, also popularly known as "The Pioneer Woman." If you're not familiar with Ree and her Pioneer Woman website [where have you been?!], she was a city girl living the fast paced life when on her way from L.A. to Chicago, made a pit stop in her...

    There are some excellent recipes and anecdotes in this book. A truly epic pie crust recipe, cornbread croutons and apple brown betty. Yum!! Can?t wait to try them. ...

    I tried several (at least 7) different recipes, and two were things I would make again. In case you are wondering: Cherry limeade and citrus butter cookies -- I'm considering putting the citrus butter cookies on my holiday cookie list. The zingy, summery taste would be lovely, refreshi...

    What's not to love about Ree Drummond? She's witty and I like her step-by-step photo recipe format. I've been following her blog for a few years, and feel as though I know her, her family and can relate to her life on the ranch-- as I was an equestrian for a few decades, and enjoyed th...

    As someone who loved Ree Drummond?s initial ?Pioneer Woman? cookbook, filled with step-by-step recipes with accompanying pictures, I was interested in looking at her second cookbook, ?the Pioneer Woman cooks: Food from my Frontier.? And I wasn?t disappointed. The second ins...

    I liked this better than the first cookbook because it's less folksy and personal - while there are still pics of her family and ranch, the focus is more on the food, and that's a plus for me. She does have some quirky recipes in here (lots of pre-packaged pastry and Mountain Dew in ap...

    Ree Drummond creates recipe that I love to cook, and apparently, I like Midwest by way of the South trash eats. #noregrets ...

    This is the second cookbook by Ree Drummond, AKA The Pioneer Woman. With her usual wit and charm, she shares delicious recipes, along with tidbits about her life, family and ranch living. The recipes are fantastic, although not for those looking for low calorie health foods. Ree takes ...

    The way I "read" a cookbook is, if the recipe title sounds good, I pay attention. If the picture looks good, I pay attention. If the title or picture involves a food I don't care for, or doesn't sound appealing, I keep flipping. I read every single recipe in this cookbook. And not, ...

    Normally when I get a cookbook I page through it and find one or two recipes that look okay. If they are really good, I will write them down or copy them and then pass the book on to a friend or family member. I got this book today from the book club I belong to. Opened it up and went ...

    So it's a little hard to rate a cookbook but let me try. Okay, first things first, I love the Pioneer Woman. I've been following her website for a long time and I loved her other cookbooks. Anyhow, I was really excited for this book. I was most definitely not disappointed. Here are ...

    The Pioneer Woman Cooks; Food from my Frontier By Ree Drummond This is one of those cookbooks that one loves to look through! Recipes from the simple to more complicated with pictures of step by step process; for those who are visually inclined like me. I?ve marked a few that ...

    I have never reviewed a cook book before, so please bear with me. I read this whole book, and I found it funny. I really like Ree?s sense of humor. I do apologies to whoever gets my book next. There may be some Basset Hound drool in it. The pictures are that lovely (although there co...

    I was so excited when I heard this book was being made. I loved the first cookbook and knew that the second would only be better, and I was right. There's more recipes this time and some less filler though I enjoyed all of the extras in the first. As always there are step by step photo...

    This book is overflowing with goodness. The photography is eye candy. The recipes sound devine. That is saying quite a bit from this 90% vegetarian cook. Most of the recipes include well, meat. I still want to cook! I want to figure out how they will work for me and my family. Ree's sp...

    Ree Drummond's second cookbook is far better than her first in my opinion. I prefer the layout in "Food from My Frontier," and feel the photography and color is used better. What I love about her books is the fact she shows each step with pictures so you know whether or not you're on t...

    I love this cookbook. While I could deal without the cheeky country girl humor (sorry, just not my thing), the recipes are delicious and easy to follow for a beginning cook. ...

    Does reading a copy at my grandmother's house count? XD Because that's what I did, praying that one day I will have the time to make at least some of the recipes inside. ...

    Same format as her other cookbooks, many pictures (there isn't one page without at least one pic) and the big plus of having a picture for every step in the recipe (a BIG plus!) While still not exceptional, the recipes as a whole are better overall than in her first book. However, her ...

  • Linda
    Mar 19, 2012

    In Ree's first cookbook, she covered many aspects of her golden rich white persons life in the little multi-million dollar ranch on the prairie. In her second cookbook, she reels in the gushing about her life with Marlboro Man and all them chillens she kept havin' to focus more on cook...

    This is the second cookbook from Ree Drummond, also popularly known as "The Pioneer Woman." If you're not familiar with Ree and her Pioneer Woman website [where have you been?!], she was a city girl living the fast paced life when on her way from L.A. to Chicago, made a pit stop in her...

    There are some excellent recipes and anecdotes in this book. A truly epic pie crust recipe, cornbread croutons and apple brown betty. Yum!! Can?t wait to try them. ...

    I tried several (at least 7) different recipes, and two were things I would make again. In case you are wondering: Cherry limeade and citrus butter cookies -- I'm considering putting the citrus butter cookies on my holiday cookie list. The zingy, summery taste would be lovely, refreshi...

    What's not to love about Ree Drummond? She's witty and I like her step-by-step photo recipe format. I've been following her blog for a few years, and feel as though I know her, her family and can relate to her life on the ranch-- as I was an equestrian for a few decades, and enjoyed th...

    As someone who loved Ree Drummond?s initial ?Pioneer Woman? cookbook, filled with step-by-step recipes with accompanying pictures, I was interested in looking at her second cookbook, ?the Pioneer Woman cooks: Food from my Frontier.? And I wasn?t disappointed. The second ins...

    I liked this better than the first cookbook because it's less folksy and personal - while there are still pics of her family and ranch, the focus is more on the food, and that's a plus for me. She does have some quirky recipes in here (lots of pre-packaged pastry and Mountain Dew in ap...

    Ree Drummond creates recipe that I love to cook, and apparently, I like Midwest by way of the South trash eats. #noregrets ...

    This is the second cookbook by Ree Drummond, AKA The Pioneer Woman. With her usual wit and charm, she shares delicious recipes, along with tidbits about her life, family and ranch living. The recipes are fantastic, although not for those looking for low calorie health foods. Ree takes ...

    The way I "read" a cookbook is, if the recipe title sounds good, I pay attention. If the picture looks good, I pay attention. If the title or picture involves a food I don't care for, or doesn't sound appealing, I keep flipping. I read every single recipe in this cookbook. And not, ...

    Normally when I get a cookbook I page through it and find one or two recipes that look okay. If they are really good, I will write them down or copy them and then pass the book on to a friend or family member. I got this book today from the book club I belong to. Opened it up and went ...

    So it's a little hard to rate a cookbook but let me try. Okay, first things first, I love the Pioneer Woman. I've been following her website for a long time and I loved her other cookbooks. Anyhow, I was really excited for this book. I was most definitely not disappointed. Here are ...

    The Pioneer Woman Cooks; Food from my Frontier By Ree Drummond This is one of those cookbooks that one loves to look through! Recipes from the simple to more complicated with pictures of step by step process; for those who are visually inclined like me. I?ve marked a few that ...

    I have never reviewed a cook book before, so please bear with me. I read this whole book, and I found it funny. I really like Ree?s sense of humor. I do apologies to whoever gets my book next. There may be some Basset Hound drool in it. The pictures are that lovely (although there co...

    I was so excited when I heard this book was being made. I loved the first cookbook and knew that the second would only be better, and I was right. There's more recipes this time and some less filler though I enjoyed all of the extras in the first. As always there are step by step photo...

    This book is overflowing with goodness. The photography is eye candy. The recipes sound devine. That is saying quite a bit from this 90% vegetarian cook. Most of the recipes include well, meat. I still want to cook! I want to figure out how they will work for me and my family. Ree's sp...

    Ree Drummond's second cookbook is far better than her first in my opinion. I prefer the layout in "Food from My Frontier," and feel the photography and color is used better. What I love about her books is the fact she shows each step with pictures so you know whether or not you're on t...

    I love this cookbook. While I could deal without the cheeky country girl humor (sorry, just not my thing), the recipes are delicious and easy to follow for a beginning cook. ...

    Does reading a copy at my grandmother's house count? XD Because that's what I did, praying that one day I will have the time to make at least some of the recipes inside. ...

    Same format as her other cookbooks, many pictures (there isn't one page without at least one pic) and the big plus of having a picture for every step in the recipe (a BIG plus!) While still not exceptional, the recipes as a whole are better overall than in her first book. However, her ...

    I am not sure where to start....I guess I should begin by telling you that this cookbook is wonderful! To put it mildly, the pictures are crisp, colorful and clear. If you are trying any of the recipes, it is an understatement that you will find step-by-step directions and images to fo...

  • Joan
    Aug 20, 2013

    In Ree's first cookbook, she covered many aspects of her golden rich white persons life in the little multi-million dollar ranch on the prairie. In her second cookbook, she reels in the gushing about her life with Marlboro Man and all them chillens she kept havin' to focus more on cook...

    This is the second cookbook from Ree Drummond, also popularly known as "The Pioneer Woman." If you're not familiar with Ree and her Pioneer Woman website [where have you been?!], she was a city girl living the fast paced life when on her way from L.A. to Chicago, made a pit stop in her...

    There are some excellent recipes and anecdotes in this book. A truly epic pie crust recipe, cornbread croutons and apple brown betty. Yum!! Can?t wait to try them. ...

    I tried several (at least 7) different recipes, and two were things I would make again. In case you are wondering: Cherry limeade and citrus butter cookies -- I'm considering putting the citrus butter cookies on my holiday cookie list. The zingy, summery taste would be lovely, refreshi...

    What's not to love about Ree Drummond? She's witty and I like her step-by-step photo recipe format. I've been following her blog for a few years, and feel as though I know her, her family and can relate to her life on the ranch-- as I was an equestrian for a few decades, and enjoyed th...

    As someone who loved Ree Drummond?s initial ?Pioneer Woman? cookbook, filled with step-by-step recipes with accompanying pictures, I was interested in looking at her second cookbook, ?the Pioneer Woman cooks: Food from my Frontier.? And I wasn?t disappointed. The second ins...

    I liked this better than the first cookbook because it's less folksy and personal - while there are still pics of her family and ranch, the focus is more on the food, and that's a plus for me. She does have some quirky recipes in here (lots of pre-packaged pastry and Mountain Dew in ap...

    Ree Drummond creates recipe that I love to cook, and apparently, I like Midwest by way of the South trash eats. #noregrets ...

    This is the second cookbook by Ree Drummond, AKA The Pioneer Woman. With her usual wit and charm, she shares delicious recipes, along with tidbits about her life, family and ranch living. The recipes are fantastic, although not for those looking for low calorie health foods. Ree takes ...

    The way I "read" a cookbook is, if the recipe title sounds good, I pay attention. If the picture looks good, I pay attention. If the title or picture involves a food I don't care for, or doesn't sound appealing, I keep flipping. I read every single recipe in this cookbook. And not, ...

    Normally when I get a cookbook I page through it and find one or two recipes that look okay. If they are really good, I will write them down or copy them and then pass the book on to a friend or family member. I got this book today from the book club I belong to. Opened it up and went ...

    So it's a little hard to rate a cookbook but let me try. Okay, first things first, I love the Pioneer Woman. I've been following her website for a long time and I loved her other cookbooks. Anyhow, I was really excited for this book. I was most definitely not disappointed. Here are ...

    The Pioneer Woman Cooks; Food from my Frontier By Ree Drummond This is one of those cookbooks that one loves to look through! Recipes from the simple to more complicated with pictures of step by step process; for those who are visually inclined like me. I?ve marked a few that ...

    I have never reviewed a cook book before, so please bear with me. I read this whole book, and I found it funny. I really like Ree?s sense of humor. I do apologies to whoever gets my book next. There may be some Basset Hound drool in it. The pictures are that lovely (although there co...

    I was so excited when I heard this book was being made. I loved the first cookbook and knew that the second would only be better, and I was right. There's more recipes this time and some less filler though I enjoyed all of the extras in the first. As always there are step by step photo...

    This book is overflowing with goodness. The photography is eye candy. The recipes sound devine. That is saying quite a bit from this 90% vegetarian cook. Most of the recipes include well, meat. I still want to cook! I want to figure out how they will work for me and my family. Ree's sp...

    Ree Drummond's second cookbook is far better than her first in my opinion. I prefer the layout in "Food from My Frontier," and feel the photography and color is used better. What I love about her books is the fact she shows each step with pictures so you know whether or not you're on t...

    I love this cookbook. While I could deal without the cheeky country girl humor (sorry, just not my thing), the recipes are delicious and easy to follow for a beginning cook. ...

    Does reading a copy at my grandmother's house count? XD Because that's what I did, praying that one day I will have the time to make at least some of the recipes inside. ...

    Same format as her other cookbooks, many pictures (there isn't one page without at least one pic) and the big plus of having a picture for every step in the recipe (a BIG plus!) While still not exceptional, the recipes as a whole are better overall than in her first book. However, her ...

    I am not sure where to start....I guess I should begin by telling you that this cookbook is wonderful! To put it mildly, the pictures are crisp, colorful and clear. If you are trying any of the recipes, it is an understatement that you will find step-by-step directions and images to fo...

    Note: I am reviewing the iBooks version of this cookbook. If you want simple recipes with easy to find ingredients in an easy to follow format, than this cookbook is sure to get you rattling those pots and pans! The design of Ree's cookbook is country flower perfect. She scatters...

    Ree Drummond's The Pioneer Woman Cooks: Food from My Frontier was not a book that had originally been on my "To Read" list, but I picked it up from the library while I was waiting for my mother to pick out her books. I browsed through it and I loved the vibrant photographs, so I checke...

    My mom was a big baker when I was growing up, but I (foolishly) didn't pay attention at the time. Since then, I've been very hit-or-miss with baking success, so I really appreciate PW's step-by-step instructions of bakery recipes. Yes, I could have found the same amount of instruction ...

  • Christine
    May 09, 2012

    In Ree's first cookbook, she covered many aspects of her golden rich white persons life in the little multi-million dollar ranch on the prairie. In her second cookbook, she reels in the gushing about her life with Marlboro Man and all them chillens she kept havin' to focus more on cook...

    This is the second cookbook from Ree Drummond, also popularly known as "The Pioneer Woman." If you're not familiar with Ree and her Pioneer Woman website [where have you been?!], she was a city girl living the fast paced life when on her way from L.A. to Chicago, made a pit stop in her...

  • Janastasia Whydra
    Mar 02, 2013

    In Ree's first cookbook, she covered many aspects of her golden rich white persons life in the little multi-million dollar ranch on the prairie. In her second cookbook, she reels in the gushing about her life with Marlboro Man and all them chillens she kept havin' to focus more on cook...

    This is the second cookbook from Ree Drummond, also popularly known as "The Pioneer Woman." If you're not familiar with Ree and her Pioneer Woman website [where have you been?!], she was a city girl living the fast paced life when on her way from L.A. to Chicago, made a pit stop in her...

    There are some excellent recipes and anecdotes in this book. A truly epic pie crust recipe, cornbread croutons and apple brown betty. Yum!! Can?t wait to try them. ...

    I tried several (at least 7) different recipes, and two were things I would make again. In case you are wondering: Cherry limeade and citrus butter cookies -- I'm considering putting the citrus butter cookies on my holiday cookie list. The zingy, summery taste would be lovely, refreshi...

    What's not to love about Ree Drummond? She's witty and I like her step-by-step photo recipe format. I've been following her blog for a few years, and feel as though I know her, her family and can relate to her life on the ranch-- as I was an equestrian for a few decades, and enjoyed th...

    As someone who loved Ree Drummond?s initial ?Pioneer Woman? cookbook, filled with step-by-step recipes with accompanying pictures, I was interested in looking at her second cookbook, ?the Pioneer Woman cooks: Food from my Frontier.? And I wasn?t disappointed. The second ins...

    I liked this better than the first cookbook because it's less folksy and personal - while there are still pics of her family and ranch, the focus is more on the food, and that's a plus for me. She does have some quirky recipes in here (lots of pre-packaged pastry and Mountain Dew in ap...

    Ree Drummond creates recipe that I love to cook, and apparently, I like Midwest by way of the South trash eats. #noregrets ...

    This is the second cookbook by Ree Drummond, AKA The Pioneer Woman. With her usual wit and charm, she shares delicious recipes, along with tidbits about her life, family and ranch living. The recipes are fantastic, although not for those looking for low calorie health foods. Ree takes ...

    The way I "read" a cookbook is, if the recipe title sounds good, I pay attention. If the picture looks good, I pay attention. If the title or picture involves a food I don't care for, or doesn't sound appealing, I keep flipping. I read every single recipe in this cookbook. And not, ...

    Normally when I get a cookbook I page through it and find one or two recipes that look okay. If they are really good, I will write them down or copy them and then pass the book on to a friend or family member. I got this book today from the book club I belong to. Opened it up and went ...

    So it's a little hard to rate a cookbook but let me try. Okay, first things first, I love the Pioneer Woman. I've been following her website for a long time and I loved her other cookbooks. Anyhow, I was really excited for this book. I was most definitely not disappointed. Here are ...

    The Pioneer Woman Cooks; Food from my Frontier By Ree Drummond This is one of those cookbooks that one loves to look through! Recipes from the simple to more complicated with pictures of step by step process; for those who are visually inclined like me. I?ve marked a few that ...

    I have never reviewed a cook book before, so please bear with me. I read this whole book, and I found it funny. I really like Ree?s sense of humor. I do apologies to whoever gets my book next. There may be some Basset Hound drool in it. The pictures are that lovely (although there co...

    I was so excited when I heard this book was being made. I loved the first cookbook and knew that the second would only be better, and I was right. There's more recipes this time and some less filler though I enjoyed all of the extras in the first. As always there are step by step photo...

    This book is overflowing with goodness. The photography is eye candy. The recipes sound devine. That is saying quite a bit from this 90% vegetarian cook. Most of the recipes include well, meat. I still want to cook! I want to figure out how they will work for me and my family. Ree's sp...

    Ree Drummond's second cookbook is far better than her first in my opinion. I prefer the layout in "Food from My Frontier," and feel the photography and color is used better. What I love about her books is the fact she shows each step with pictures so you know whether or not you're on t...

    I love this cookbook. While I could deal without the cheeky country girl humor (sorry, just not my thing), the recipes are delicious and easy to follow for a beginning cook. ...

    Does reading a copy at my grandmother's house count? XD Because that's what I did, praying that one day I will have the time to make at least some of the recipes inside. ...

    Same format as her other cookbooks, many pictures (there isn't one page without at least one pic) and the big plus of having a picture for every step in the recipe (a BIG plus!) While still not exceptional, the recipes as a whole are better overall than in her first book. However, her ...

    I am not sure where to start....I guess I should begin by telling you that this cookbook is wonderful! To put it mildly, the pictures are crisp, colorful and clear. If you are trying any of the recipes, it is an understatement that you will find step-by-step directions and images to fo...

    Note: I am reviewing the iBooks version of this cookbook. If you want simple recipes with easy to find ingredients in an easy to follow format, than this cookbook is sure to get you rattling those pots and pans! The design of Ree's cookbook is country flower perfect. She scatters...

    Ree Drummond's The Pioneer Woman Cooks: Food from My Frontier was not a book that had originally been on my "To Read" list, but I picked it up from the library while I was waiting for my mother to pick out her books. I browsed through it and I loved the vibrant photographs, so I checke...

  • Miss Pippi the Librarian
    Mar 21, 2012

    In Ree's first cookbook, she covered many aspects of her golden rich white persons life in the little multi-million dollar ranch on the prairie. In her second cookbook, she reels in the gushing about her life with Marlboro Man and all them chillens she kept havin' to focus more on cook...

    This is the second cookbook from Ree Drummond, also popularly known as "The Pioneer Woman." If you're not familiar with Ree and her Pioneer Woman website [where have you been?!], she was a city girl living the fast paced life when on her way from L.A. to Chicago, made a pit stop in her...

    There are some excellent recipes and anecdotes in this book. A truly epic pie crust recipe, cornbread croutons and apple brown betty. Yum!! Can?t wait to try them. ...

    I tried several (at least 7) different recipes, and two were things I would make again. In case you are wondering: Cherry limeade and citrus butter cookies -- I'm considering putting the citrus butter cookies on my holiday cookie list. The zingy, summery taste would be lovely, refreshi...

    What's not to love about Ree Drummond? She's witty and I like her step-by-step photo recipe format. I've been following her blog for a few years, and feel as though I know her, her family and can relate to her life on the ranch-- as I was an equestrian for a few decades, and enjoyed th...

    As someone who loved Ree Drummond?s initial ?Pioneer Woman? cookbook, filled with step-by-step recipes with accompanying pictures, I was interested in looking at her second cookbook, ?the Pioneer Woman cooks: Food from my Frontier.? And I wasn?t disappointed. The second ins...

    I liked this better than the first cookbook because it's less folksy and personal - while there are still pics of her family and ranch, the focus is more on the food, and that's a plus for me. She does have some quirky recipes in here (lots of pre-packaged pastry and Mountain Dew in ap...

    Ree Drummond creates recipe that I love to cook, and apparently, I like Midwest by way of the South trash eats. #noregrets ...

    This is the second cookbook by Ree Drummond, AKA The Pioneer Woman. With her usual wit and charm, she shares delicious recipes, along with tidbits about her life, family and ranch living. The recipes are fantastic, although not for those looking for low calorie health foods. Ree takes ...

    The way I "read" a cookbook is, if the recipe title sounds good, I pay attention. If the picture looks good, I pay attention. If the title or picture involves a food I don't care for, or doesn't sound appealing, I keep flipping. I read every single recipe in this cookbook. And not, ...

    Normally when I get a cookbook I page through it and find one or two recipes that look okay. If they are really good, I will write them down or copy them and then pass the book on to a friend or family member. I got this book today from the book club I belong to. Opened it up and went ...

    So it's a little hard to rate a cookbook but let me try. Okay, first things first, I love the Pioneer Woman. I've been following her website for a long time and I loved her other cookbooks. Anyhow, I was really excited for this book. I was most definitely not disappointed. Here are ...

    The Pioneer Woman Cooks; Food from my Frontier By Ree Drummond This is one of those cookbooks that one loves to look through! Recipes from the simple to more complicated with pictures of step by step process; for those who are visually inclined like me. I?ve marked a few that ...

    I have never reviewed a cook book before, so please bear with me. I read this whole book, and I found it funny. I really like Ree?s sense of humor. I do apologies to whoever gets my book next. There may be some Basset Hound drool in it. The pictures are that lovely (although there co...

    I was so excited when I heard this book was being made. I loved the first cookbook and knew that the second would only be better, and I was right. There's more recipes this time and some less filler though I enjoyed all of the extras in the first. As always there are step by step photo...

    This book is overflowing with goodness. The photography is eye candy. The recipes sound devine. That is saying quite a bit from this 90% vegetarian cook. Most of the recipes include well, meat. I still want to cook! I want to figure out how they will work for me and my family. Ree's sp...

    Ree Drummond's second cookbook is far better than her first in my opinion. I prefer the layout in "Food from My Frontier," and feel the photography and color is used better. What I love about her books is the fact she shows each step with pictures so you know whether or not you're on t...

    I love this cookbook. While I could deal without the cheeky country girl humor (sorry, just not my thing), the recipes are delicious and easy to follow for a beginning cook. ...

    Does reading a copy at my grandmother's house count? XD Because that's what I did, praying that one day I will have the time to make at least some of the recipes inside. ...

    Same format as her other cookbooks, many pictures (there isn't one page without at least one pic) and the big plus of having a picture for every step in the recipe (a BIG plus!) While still not exceptional, the recipes as a whole are better overall than in her first book. However, her ...

    I am not sure where to start....I guess I should begin by telling you that this cookbook is wonderful! To put it mildly, the pictures are crisp, colorful and clear. If you are trying any of the recipes, it is an understatement that you will find step-by-step directions and images to fo...

    Note: I am reviewing the iBooks version of this cookbook. If you want simple recipes with easy to find ingredients in an easy to follow format, than this cookbook is sure to get you rattling those pots and pans! The design of Ree's cookbook is country flower perfect. She scatters...

    Ree Drummond's The Pioneer Woman Cooks: Food from My Frontier was not a book that had originally been on my "To Read" list, but I picked it up from the library while I was waiting for my mother to pick out her books. I browsed through it and I loved the vibrant photographs, so I checke...

    My mom was a big baker when I was growing up, but I (foolishly) didn't pay attention at the time. Since then, I've been very hit-or-miss with baking success, so I really appreciate PW's step-by-step instructions of bakery recipes. Yes, I could have found the same amount of instruction ...

    I only checked out this book because it is on my Goodreads 2012 Choice Awards Challenge. I've never been a fan of Ree Drummond, so I was a little bristly about it all. I picked it up from the library yesterday and when I flipped through, I was surprised. It's actually a pretty neat coo...

    Non-Fiction; Cooking 5 stars A wonderful book full of delicious recipes and step-by-step directions. If you follow the popular Pioneer Woman's blog (www.thepioneerwoman.com) then you already know that Ree Drummond is a fun, witty Mom who loves to make yummy food for her family....

    Of course, the recipes are good - which is the point of any cookbook. However, I didn't catch that most of the extras were only viewable on Ipad/Iphone devices and unusable on Kindle until after I purchased it. I hoped I could at least "trade it in" for the basic Kindle version for a b...

    I love her writing style. I love the recipes. I love how her love for her family oozes through absolutely every page. Her pictures are breathtaking. I really loved everything about this book. The recipes are easy and delicious, and my husband loves most of them and my kids will eat the...

    This book is a lot of fun. The recipes are well thought out,original, easy to follow and so far turning out to be uber yummy! What is very cool about Ree Drummond's cookbooks is her use of photography. She photographs her recipes step by step and if really gives you a sense of the reci...

    Food from My Frontier is the second cookbook by Ree Drummond. Her first book, Recipes from an Accidental Country Girl, featured "hearty family recipes interspersed with photos and stories." Ree takes a new turn with her latest cookbook. Her categories include breakfast, lunch, soups, s...

  • Lisa
    Sep 05, 2013

    In Ree's first cookbook, she covered many aspects of her golden rich white persons life in the little multi-million dollar ranch on the prairie. In her second cookbook, she reels in the gushing about her life with Marlboro Man and all them chillens she kept havin' to focus more on cook...

    This is the second cookbook from Ree Drummond, also popularly known as "The Pioneer Woman." If you're not familiar with Ree and her Pioneer Woman website [where have you been?!], she was a city girl living the fast paced life when on her way from L.A. to Chicago, made a pit stop in her...

    There are some excellent recipes and anecdotes in this book. A truly epic pie crust recipe, cornbread croutons and apple brown betty. Yum!! Can?t wait to try them. ...

    I tried several (at least 7) different recipes, and two were things I would make again. In case you are wondering: Cherry limeade and citrus butter cookies -- I'm considering putting the citrus butter cookies on my holiday cookie list. The zingy, summery taste would be lovely, refreshi...

    What's not to love about Ree Drummond? She's witty and I like her step-by-step photo recipe format. I've been following her blog for a few years, and feel as though I know her, her family and can relate to her life on the ranch-- as I was an equestrian for a few decades, and enjoyed th...

    As someone who loved Ree Drummond?s initial ?Pioneer Woman? cookbook, filled with step-by-step recipes with accompanying pictures, I was interested in looking at her second cookbook, ?the Pioneer Woman cooks: Food from my Frontier.? And I wasn?t disappointed. The second ins...

    I liked this better than the first cookbook because it's less folksy and personal - while there are still pics of her family and ranch, the focus is more on the food, and that's a plus for me. She does have some quirky recipes in here (lots of pre-packaged pastry and Mountain Dew in ap...

    Ree Drummond creates recipe that I love to cook, and apparently, I like Midwest by way of the South trash eats. #noregrets ...

    This is the second cookbook by Ree Drummond, AKA The Pioneer Woman. With her usual wit and charm, she shares delicious recipes, along with tidbits about her life, family and ranch living. The recipes are fantastic, although not for those looking for low calorie health foods. Ree takes ...

    The way I "read" a cookbook is, if the recipe title sounds good, I pay attention. If the picture looks good, I pay attention. If the title or picture involves a food I don't care for, or doesn't sound appealing, I keep flipping. I read every single recipe in this cookbook. And not, ...

    Normally when I get a cookbook I page through it and find one or two recipes that look okay. If they are really good, I will write them down or copy them and then pass the book on to a friend or family member. I got this book today from the book club I belong to. Opened it up and went ...

    So it's a little hard to rate a cookbook but let me try. Okay, first things first, I love the Pioneer Woman. I've been following her website for a long time and I loved her other cookbooks. Anyhow, I was really excited for this book. I was most definitely not disappointed. Here are ...

    The Pioneer Woman Cooks; Food from my Frontier By Ree Drummond This is one of those cookbooks that one loves to look through! Recipes from the simple to more complicated with pictures of step by step process; for those who are visually inclined like me. I?ve marked a few that ...

    I have never reviewed a cook book before, so please bear with me. I read this whole book, and I found it funny. I really like Ree?s sense of humor. I do apologies to whoever gets my book next. There may be some Basset Hound drool in it. The pictures are that lovely (although there co...

    I was so excited when I heard this book was being made. I loved the first cookbook and knew that the second would only be better, and I was right. There's more recipes this time and some less filler though I enjoyed all of the extras in the first. As always there are step by step photo...

    This book is overflowing with goodness. The photography is eye candy. The recipes sound devine. That is saying quite a bit from this 90% vegetarian cook. Most of the recipes include well, meat. I still want to cook! I want to figure out how they will work for me and my family. Ree's sp...

    Ree Drummond's second cookbook is far better than her first in my opinion. I prefer the layout in "Food from My Frontier," and feel the photography and color is used better. What I love about her books is the fact she shows each step with pictures so you know whether or not you're on t...

    I love this cookbook. While I could deal without the cheeky country girl humor (sorry, just not my thing), the recipes are delicious and easy to follow for a beginning cook. ...

    Does reading a copy at my grandmother's house count? XD Because that's what I did, praying that one day I will have the time to make at least some of the recipes inside. ...

    Same format as her other cookbooks, many pictures (there isn't one page without at least one pic) and the big plus of having a picture for every step in the recipe (a BIG plus!) While still not exceptional, the recipes as a whole are better overall than in her first book. However, her ...

    I am not sure where to start....I guess I should begin by telling you that this cookbook is wonderful! To put it mildly, the pictures are crisp, colorful and clear. If you are trying any of the recipes, it is an understatement that you will find step-by-step directions and images to fo...

    Note: I am reviewing the iBooks version of this cookbook. If you want simple recipes with easy to find ingredients in an easy to follow format, than this cookbook is sure to get you rattling those pots and pans! The design of Ree's cookbook is country flower perfect. She scatters...

    Ree Drummond's The Pioneer Woman Cooks: Food from My Frontier was not a book that had originally been on my "To Read" list, but I picked it up from the library while I was waiting for my mother to pick out her books. I browsed through it and I loved the vibrant photographs, so I checke...

    My mom was a big baker when I was growing up, but I (foolishly) didn't pay attention at the time. Since then, I've been very hit-or-miss with baking success, so I really appreciate PW's step-by-step instructions of bakery recipes. Yes, I could have found the same amount of instruction ...

    I only checked out this book because it is on my Goodreads 2012 Choice Awards Challenge. I've never been a fan of Ree Drummond, so I was a little bristly about it all. I picked it up from the library yesterday and when I flipped through, I was surprised. It's actually a pretty neat coo...

  • A. S.
    Mar 20, 2012

    In Ree's first cookbook, she covered many aspects of her golden rich white persons life in the little multi-million dollar ranch on the prairie. In her second cookbook, she reels in the gushing about her life with Marlboro Man and all them chillens she kept havin' to focus more on cook...

    This is the second cookbook from Ree Drummond, also popularly known as "The Pioneer Woman." If you're not familiar with Ree and her Pioneer Woman website [where have you been?!], she was a city girl living the fast paced life when on her way from L.A. to Chicago, made a pit stop in her...

    There are some excellent recipes and anecdotes in this book. A truly epic pie crust recipe, cornbread croutons and apple brown betty. Yum!! Can?t wait to try them. ...

    I tried several (at least 7) different recipes, and two were things I would make again. In case you are wondering: Cherry limeade and citrus butter cookies -- I'm considering putting the citrus butter cookies on my holiday cookie list. The zingy, summery taste would be lovely, refreshi...

    What's not to love about Ree Drummond? She's witty and I like her step-by-step photo recipe format. I've been following her blog for a few years, and feel as though I know her, her family and can relate to her life on the ranch-- as I was an equestrian for a few decades, and enjoyed th...

    As someone who loved Ree Drummond?s initial ?Pioneer Woman? cookbook, filled with step-by-step recipes with accompanying pictures, I was interested in looking at her second cookbook, ?the Pioneer Woman cooks: Food from my Frontier.? And I wasn?t disappointed. The second ins...

  • Cyndi
    Mar 02, 2018

    In Ree's first cookbook, she covered many aspects of her golden rich white persons life in the little multi-million dollar ranch on the prairie. In her second cookbook, she reels in the gushing about her life with Marlboro Man and all them chillens she kept havin' to focus more on cook...

    This is the second cookbook from Ree Drummond, also popularly known as "The Pioneer Woman." If you're not familiar with Ree and her Pioneer Woman website [where have you been?!], she was a city girl living the fast paced life when on her way from L.A. to Chicago, made a pit stop in her...

    There are some excellent recipes and anecdotes in this book. A truly epic pie crust recipe, cornbread croutons and apple brown betty. Yum!! Can?t wait to try them. ...

  • Daleen Wilson
    Jun 29, 2012

    In Ree's first cookbook, she covered many aspects of her golden rich white persons life in the little multi-million dollar ranch on the prairie. In her second cookbook, she reels in the gushing about her life with Marlboro Man and all them chillens she kept havin' to focus more on cook...

    This is the second cookbook from Ree Drummond, also popularly known as "The Pioneer Woman." If you're not familiar with Ree and her Pioneer Woman website [where have you been?!], she was a city girl living the fast paced life when on her way from L.A. to Chicago, made a pit stop in her...

    There are some excellent recipes and anecdotes in this book. A truly epic pie crust recipe, cornbread croutons and apple brown betty. Yum!! Can?t wait to try them. ...

    I tried several (at least 7) different recipes, and two were things I would make again. In case you are wondering: Cherry limeade and citrus butter cookies -- I'm considering putting the citrus butter cookies on my holiday cookie list. The zingy, summery taste would be lovely, refreshi...

    What's not to love about Ree Drummond? She's witty and I like her step-by-step photo recipe format. I've been following her blog for a few years, and feel as though I know her, her family and can relate to her life on the ranch-- as I was an equestrian for a few decades, and enjoyed th...

    As someone who loved Ree Drummond?s initial ?Pioneer Woman? cookbook, filled with step-by-step recipes with accompanying pictures, I was interested in looking at her second cookbook, ?the Pioneer Woman cooks: Food from my Frontier.? And I wasn?t disappointed. The second ins...

    I liked this better than the first cookbook because it's less folksy and personal - while there are still pics of her family and ranch, the focus is more on the food, and that's a plus for me. She does have some quirky recipes in here (lots of pre-packaged pastry and Mountain Dew in ap...

    Ree Drummond creates recipe that I love to cook, and apparently, I like Midwest by way of the South trash eats. #noregrets ...

    This is the second cookbook by Ree Drummond, AKA The Pioneer Woman. With her usual wit and charm, she shares delicious recipes, along with tidbits about her life, family and ranch living. The recipes are fantastic, although not for those looking for low calorie health foods. Ree takes ...

    The way I "read" a cookbook is, if the recipe title sounds good, I pay attention. If the picture looks good, I pay attention. If the title or picture involves a food I don't care for, or doesn't sound appealing, I keep flipping. I read every single recipe in this cookbook. And not, ...

    Normally when I get a cookbook I page through it and find one or two recipes that look okay. If they are really good, I will write them down or copy them and then pass the book on to a friend or family member. I got this book today from the book club I belong to. Opened it up and went ...

    So it's a little hard to rate a cookbook but let me try. Okay, first things first, I love the Pioneer Woman. I've been following her website for a long time and I loved her other cookbooks. Anyhow, I was really excited for this book. I was most definitely not disappointed. Here are ...

    The Pioneer Woman Cooks; Food from my Frontier By Ree Drummond This is one of those cookbooks that one loves to look through! Recipes from the simple to more complicated with pictures of step by step process; for those who are visually inclined like me. I?ve marked a few that ...

    I have never reviewed a cook book before, so please bear with me. I read this whole book, and I found it funny. I really like Ree?s sense of humor. I do apologies to whoever gets my book next. There may be some Basset Hound drool in it. The pictures are that lovely (although there co...

    I was so excited when I heard this book was being made. I loved the first cookbook and knew that the second would only be better, and I was right. There's more recipes this time and some less filler though I enjoyed all of the extras in the first. As always there are step by step photo...

    This book is overflowing with goodness. The photography is eye candy. The recipes sound devine. That is saying quite a bit from this 90% vegetarian cook. Most of the recipes include well, meat. I still want to cook! I want to figure out how they will work for me and my family. Ree's sp...

  • Maureen
    Mar 20, 2012

    In Ree's first cookbook, she covered many aspects of her golden rich white persons life in the little multi-million dollar ranch on the prairie. In her second cookbook, she reels in the gushing about her life with Marlboro Man and all them chillens she kept havin' to focus more on cook...

    This is the second cookbook from Ree Drummond, also popularly known as "The Pioneer Woman." If you're not familiar with Ree and her Pioneer Woman website [where have you been?!], she was a city girl living the fast paced life when on her way from L.A. to Chicago, made a pit stop in her...

    There are some excellent recipes and anecdotes in this book. A truly epic pie crust recipe, cornbread croutons and apple brown betty. Yum!! Can?t wait to try them. ...

    I tried several (at least 7) different recipes, and two were things I would make again. In case you are wondering: Cherry limeade and citrus butter cookies -- I'm considering putting the citrus butter cookies on my holiday cookie list. The zingy, summery taste would be lovely, refreshi...

    What's not to love about Ree Drummond? She's witty and I like her step-by-step photo recipe format. I've been following her blog for a few years, and feel as though I know her, her family and can relate to her life on the ranch-- as I was an equestrian for a few decades, and enjoyed th...

    As someone who loved Ree Drummond?s initial ?Pioneer Woman? cookbook, filled with step-by-step recipes with accompanying pictures, I was interested in looking at her second cookbook, ?the Pioneer Woman cooks: Food from my Frontier.? And I wasn?t disappointed. The second ins...

    I liked this better than the first cookbook because it's less folksy and personal - while there are still pics of her family and ranch, the focus is more on the food, and that's a plus for me. She does have some quirky recipes in here (lots of pre-packaged pastry and Mountain Dew in ap...

    Ree Drummond creates recipe that I love to cook, and apparently, I like Midwest by way of the South trash eats. #noregrets ...

    This is the second cookbook by Ree Drummond, AKA The Pioneer Woman. With her usual wit and charm, she shares delicious recipes, along with tidbits about her life, family and ranch living. The recipes are fantastic, although not for those looking for low calorie health foods. Ree takes ...

  • Nikki
    Jul 01, 2012

    In Ree's first cookbook, she covered many aspects of her golden rich white persons life in the little multi-million dollar ranch on the prairie. In her second cookbook, she reels in the gushing about her life with Marlboro Man and all them chillens she kept havin' to focus more on cook...

  • Kelli
    Feb 24, 2013

    In Ree's first cookbook, she covered many aspects of her golden rich white persons life in the little multi-million dollar ranch on the prairie. In her second cookbook, she reels in the gushing about her life with Marlboro Man and all them chillens she kept havin' to focus more on cook...

    This is the second cookbook from Ree Drummond, also popularly known as "The Pioneer Woman." If you're not familiar with Ree and her Pioneer Woman website [where have you been?!], she was a city girl living the fast paced life when on her way from L.A. to Chicago, made a pit stop in her...

    There are some excellent recipes and anecdotes in this book. A truly epic pie crust recipe, cornbread croutons and apple brown betty. Yum!! Can?t wait to try them. ...

    I tried several (at least 7) different recipes, and two were things I would make again. In case you are wondering: Cherry limeade and citrus butter cookies -- I'm considering putting the citrus butter cookies on my holiday cookie list. The zingy, summery taste would be lovely, refreshi...

    What's not to love about Ree Drummond? She's witty and I like her step-by-step photo recipe format. I've been following her blog for a few years, and feel as though I know her, her family and can relate to her life on the ranch-- as I was an equestrian for a few decades, and enjoyed th...

    As someone who loved Ree Drummond?s initial ?Pioneer Woman? cookbook, filled with step-by-step recipes with accompanying pictures, I was interested in looking at her second cookbook, ?the Pioneer Woman cooks: Food from my Frontier.? And I wasn?t disappointed. The second ins...

    I liked this better than the first cookbook because it's less folksy and personal - while there are still pics of her family and ranch, the focus is more on the food, and that's a plus for me. She does have some quirky recipes in here (lots of pre-packaged pastry and Mountain Dew in ap...

    Ree Drummond creates recipe that I love to cook, and apparently, I like Midwest by way of the South trash eats. #noregrets ...

    This is the second cookbook by Ree Drummond, AKA The Pioneer Woman. With her usual wit and charm, she shares delicious recipes, along with tidbits about her life, family and ranch living. The recipes are fantastic, although not for those looking for low calorie health foods. Ree takes ...

    The way I "read" a cookbook is, if the recipe title sounds good, I pay attention. If the picture looks good, I pay attention. If the title or picture involves a food I don't care for, or doesn't sound appealing, I keep flipping. I read every single recipe in this cookbook. And not, ...

    Normally when I get a cookbook I page through it and find one or two recipes that look okay. If they are really good, I will write them down or copy them and then pass the book on to a friend or family member. I got this book today from the book club I belong to. Opened it up and went ...

    So it's a little hard to rate a cookbook but let me try. Okay, first things first, I love the Pioneer Woman. I've been following her website for a long time and I loved her other cookbooks. Anyhow, I was really excited for this book. I was most definitely not disappointed. Here are ...

    The Pioneer Woman Cooks; Food from my Frontier By Ree Drummond This is one of those cookbooks that one loves to look through! Recipes from the simple to more complicated with pictures of step by step process; for those who are visually inclined like me. I?ve marked a few that ...

    I have never reviewed a cook book before, so please bear with me. I read this whole book, and I found it funny. I really like Ree?s sense of humor. I do apologies to whoever gets my book next. There may be some Basset Hound drool in it. The pictures are that lovely (although there co...

    I was so excited when I heard this book was being made. I loved the first cookbook and knew that the second would only be better, and I was right. There's more recipes this time and some less filler though I enjoyed all of the extras in the first. As always there are step by step photo...

    This book is overflowing with goodness. The photography is eye candy. The recipes sound devine. That is saying quite a bit from this 90% vegetarian cook. Most of the recipes include well, meat. I still want to cook! I want to figure out how they will work for me and my family. Ree's sp...

    Ree Drummond's second cookbook is far better than her first in my opinion. I prefer the layout in "Food from My Frontier," and feel the photography and color is used better. What I love about her books is the fact she shows each step with pictures so you know whether or not you're on t...

    I love this cookbook. While I could deal without the cheeky country girl humor (sorry, just not my thing), the recipes are delicious and easy to follow for a beginning cook. ...

    Does reading a copy at my grandmother's house count? XD Because that's what I did, praying that one day I will have the time to make at least some of the recipes inside. ...

    Same format as her other cookbooks, many pictures (there isn't one page without at least one pic) and the big plus of having a picture for every step in the recipe (a BIG plus!) While still not exceptional, the recipes as a whole are better overall than in her first book. However, her ...

    I am not sure where to start....I guess I should begin by telling you that this cookbook is wonderful! To put it mildly, the pictures are crisp, colorful and clear. If you are trying any of the recipes, it is an understatement that you will find step-by-step directions and images to fo...

    Note: I am reviewing the iBooks version of this cookbook. If you want simple recipes with easy to find ingredients in an easy to follow format, than this cookbook is sure to get you rattling those pots and pans! The design of Ree's cookbook is country flower perfect. She scatters...

    Ree Drummond's The Pioneer Woman Cooks: Food from My Frontier was not a book that had originally been on my "To Read" list, but I picked it up from the library while I was waiting for my mother to pick out her books. I browsed through it and I loved the vibrant photographs, so I checke...

    My mom was a big baker when I was growing up, but I (foolishly) didn't pay attention at the time. Since then, I've been very hit-or-miss with baking success, so I really appreciate PW's step-by-step instructions of bakery recipes. Yes, I could have found the same amount of instruction ...

    I only checked out this book because it is on my Goodreads 2012 Choice Awards Challenge. I've never been a fan of Ree Drummond, so I was a little bristly about it all. I picked it up from the library yesterday and when I flipped through, I was surprised. It's actually a pretty neat coo...

    Non-Fiction; Cooking 5 stars A wonderful book full of delicious recipes and step-by-step directions. If you follow the popular Pioneer Woman's blog (www.thepioneerwoman.com) then you already know that Ree Drummond is a fun, witty Mom who loves to make yummy food for her family....

    Of course, the recipes are good - which is the point of any cookbook. However, I didn't catch that most of the extras were only viewable on Ipad/Iphone devices and unusable on Kindle until after I purchased it. I hoped I could at least "trade it in" for the basic Kindle version for a b...

    I love her writing style. I love the recipes. I love how her love for her family oozes through absolutely every page. Her pictures are breathtaking. I really loved everything about this book. The recipes are easy and delicious, and my husband loves most of them and my kids will eat the...

  • Katie Hopkins
    Aug 24, 2013

    In Ree's first cookbook, she covered many aspects of her golden rich white persons life in the little multi-million dollar ranch on the prairie. In her second cookbook, she reels in the gushing about her life with Marlboro Man and all them chillens she kept havin' to focus more on cook...

    This is the second cookbook from Ree Drummond, also popularly known as "The Pioneer Woman." If you're not familiar with Ree and her Pioneer Woman website [where have you been?!], she was a city girl living the fast paced life when on her way from L.A. to Chicago, made a pit stop in her...

    There are some excellent recipes and anecdotes in this book. A truly epic pie crust recipe, cornbread croutons and apple brown betty. Yum!! Can?t wait to try them. ...

    I tried several (at least 7) different recipes, and two were things I would make again. In case you are wondering: Cherry limeade and citrus butter cookies -- I'm considering putting the citrus butter cookies on my holiday cookie list. The zingy, summery taste would be lovely, refreshi...

    What's not to love about Ree Drummond? She's witty and I like her step-by-step photo recipe format. I've been following her blog for a few years, and feel as though I know her, her family and can relate to her life on the ranch-- as I was an equestrian for a few decades, and enjoyed th...

    As someone who loved Ree Drummond?s initial ?Pioneer Woman? cookbook, filled with step-by-step recipes with accompanying pictures, I was interested in looking at her second cookbook, ?the Pioneer Woman cooks: Food from my Frontier.? And I wasn?t disappointed. The second ins...

    I liked this better than the first cookbook because it's less folksy and personal - while there are still pics of her family and ranch, the focus is more on the food, and that's a plus for me. She does have some quirky recipes in here (lots of pre-packaged pastry and Mountain Dew in ap...

    Ree Drummond creates recipe that I love to cook, and apparently, I like Midwest by way of the South trash eats. #noregrets ...

    This is the second cookbook by Ree Drummond, AKA The Pioneer Woman. With her usual wit and charm, she shares delicious recipes, along with tidbits about her life, family and ranch living. The recipes are fantastic, although not for those looking for low calorie health foods. Ree takes ...

    The way I "read" a cookbook is, if the recipe title sounds good, I pay attention. If the picture looks good, I pay attention. If the title or picture involves a food I don't care for, or doesn't sound appealing, I keep flipping. I read every single recipe in this cookbook. And not, ...

    Normally when I get a cookbook I page through it and find one or two recipes that look okay. If they are really good, I will write them down or copy them and then pass the book on to a friend or family member. I got this book today from the book club I belong to. Opened it up and went ...

    So it's a little hard to rate a cookbook but let me try. Okay, first things first, I love the Pioneer Woman. I've been following her website for a long time and I loved her other cookbooks. Anyhow, I was really excited for this book. I was most definitely not disappointed. Here are ...

    The Pioneer Woman Cooks; Food from my Frontier By Ree Drummond This is one of those cookbooks that one loves to look through! Recipes from the simple to more complicated with pictures of step by step process; for those who are visually inclined like me. I?ve marked a few that ...

    I have never reviewed a cook book before, so please bear with me. I read this whole book, and I found it funny. I really like Ree?s sense of humor. I do apologies to whoever gets my book next. There may be some Basset Hound drool in it. The pictures are that lovely (although there co...

    I was so excited when I heard this book was being made. I loved the first cookbook and knew that the second would only be better, and I was right. There's more recipes this time and some less filler though I enjoyed all of the extras in the first. As always there are step by step photo...

    This book is overflowing with goodness. The photography is eye candy. The recipes sound devine. That is saying quite a bit from this 90% vegetarian cook. Most of the recipes include well, meat. I still want to cook! I want to figure out how they will work for me and my family. Ree's sp...

    Ree Drummond's second cookbook is far better than her first in my opinion. I prefer the layout in "Food from My Frontier," and feel the photography and color is used better. What I love about her books is the fact she shows each step with pictures so you know whether or not you're on t...

    I love this cookbook. While I could deal without the cheeky country girl humor (sorry, just not my thing), the recipes are delicious and easy to follow for a beginning cook. ...

  • Katelyn Snell
    Feb 09, 2017

    In Ree's first cookbook, she covered many aspects of her golden rich white persons life in the little multi-million dollar ranch on the prairie. In her second cookbook, she reels in the gushing about her life with Marlboro Man and all them chillens she kept havin' to focus more on cook...

    This is the second cookbook from Ree Drummond, also popularly known as "The Pioneer Woman." If you're not familiar with Ree and her Pioneer Woman website [where have you been?!], she was a city girl living the fast paced life when on her way from L.A. to Chicago, made a pit stop in her...

    There are some excellent recipes and anecdotes in this book. A truly epic pie crust recipe, cornbread croutons and apple brown betty. Yum!! Can?t wait to try them. ...

    I tried several (at least 7) different recipes, and two were things I would make again. In case you are wondering: Cherry limeade and citrus butter cookies -- I'm considering putting the citrus butter cookies on my holiday cookie list. The zingy, summery taste would be lovely, refreshi...

    What's not to love about Ree Drummond? She's witty and I like her step-by-step photo recipe format. I've been following her blog for a few years, and feel as though I know her, her family and can relate to her life on the ranch-- as I was an equestrian for a few decades, and enjoyed th...

    As someone who loved Ree Drummond?s initial ?Pioneer Woman? cookbook, filled with step-by-step recipes with accompanying pictures, I was interested in looking at her second cookbook, ?the Pioneer Woman cooks: Food from my Frontier.? And I wasn?t disappointed. The second ins...

    I liked this better than the first cookbook because it's less folksy and personal - while there are still pics of her family and ranch, the focus is more on the food, and that's a plus for me. She does have some quirky recipes in here (lots of pre-packaged pastry and Mountain Dew in ap...

    Ree Drummond creates recipe that I love to cook, and apparently, I like Midwest by way of the South trash eats. #noregrets ...

    This is the second cookbook by Ree Drummond, AKA The Pioneer Woman. With her usual wit and charm, she shares delicious recipes, along with tidbits about her life, family and ranch living. The recipes are fantastic, although not for those looking for low calorie health foods. Ree takes ...

    The way I "read" a cookbook is, if the recipe title sounds good, I pay attention. If the picture looks good, I pay attention. If the title or picture involves a food I don't care for, or doesn't sound appealing, I keep flipping. I read every single recipe in this cookbook. And not, ...

    Normally when I get a cookbook I page through it and find one or two recipes that look okay. If they are really good, I will write them down or copy them and then pass the book on to a friend or family member. I got this book today from the book club I belong to. Opened it up and went ...

    So it's a little hard to rate a cookbook but let me try. Okay, first things first, I love the Pioneer Woman. I've been following her website for a long time and I loved her other cookbooks. Anyhow, I was really excited for this book. I was most definitely not disappointed. Here are ...

    The Pioneer Woman Cooks; Food from my Frontier By Ree Drummond This is one of those cookbooks that one loves to look through! Recipes from the simple to more complicated with pictures of step by step process; for those who are visually inclined like me. I?ve marked a few that ...

    I have never reviewed a cook book before, so please bear with me. I read this whole book, and I found it funny. I really like Ree?s sense of humor. I do apologies to whoever gets my book next. There may be some Basset Hound drool in it. The pictures are that lovely (although there co...

    I was so excited when I heard this book was being made. I loved the first cookbook and knew that the second would only be better, and I was right. There's more recipes this time and some less filler though I enjoyed all of the extras in the first. As always there are step by step photo...

    This book is overflowing with goodness. The photography is eye candy. The recipes sound devine. That is saying quite a bit from this 90% vegetarian cook. Most of the recipes include well, meat. I still want to cook! I want to figure out how they will work for me and my family. Ree's sp...

    Ree Drummond's second cookbook is far better than her first in my opinion. I prefer the layout in "Food from My Frontier," and feel the photography and color is used better. What I love about her books is the fact she shows each step with pictures so you know whether or not you're on t...

    I love this cookbook. While I could deal without the cheeky country girl humor (sorry, just not my thing), the recipes are delicious and easy to follow for a beginning cook. ...

    Does reading a copy at my grandmother's house count? XD Because that's what I did, praying that one day I will have the time to make at least some of the recipes inside. ...

  • Selu
    Apr 12, 2018

    In Ree's first cookbook, she covered many aspects of her golden rich white persons life in the little multi-million dollar ranch on the prairie. In her second cookbook, she reels in the gushing about her life with Marlboro Man and all them chillens she kept havin' to focus more on cook...

    This is the second cookbook from Ree Drummond, also popularly known as "The Pioneer Woman." If you're not familiar with Ree and her Pioneer Woman website [where have you been?!], she was a city girl living the fast paced life when on her way from L.A. to Chicago, made a pit stop in her...

    There are some excellent recipes and anecdotes in this book. A truly epic pie crust recipe, cornbread croutons and apple brown betty. Yum!! Can?t wait to try them. ...

    I tried several (at least 7) different recipes, and two were things I would make again. In case you are wondering: Cherry limeade and citrus butter cookies -- I'm considering putting the citrus butter cookies on my holiday cookie list. The zingy, summery taste would be lovely, refreshi...

    What's not to love about Ree Drummond? She's witty and I like her step-by-step photo recipe format. I've been following her blog for a few years, and feel as though I know her, her family and can relate to her life on the ranch-- as I was an equestrian for a few decades, and enjoyed th...

    As someone who loved Ree Drummond?s initial ?Pioneer Woman? cookbook, filled with step-by-step recipes with accompanying pictures, I was interested in looking at her second cookbook, ?the Pioneer Woman cooks: Food from my Frontier.? And I wasn?t disappointed. The second ins...

    I liked this better than the first cookbook because it's less folksy and personal - while there are still pics of her family and ranch, the focus is more on the food, and that's a plus for me. She does have some quirky recipes in here (lots of pre-packaged pastry and Mountain Dew in ap...

    Ree Drummond creates recipe that I love to cook, and apparently, I like Midwest by way of the South trash eats. #noregrets ...