Today, because it’s the day before Thanksgiving, because I can’t imagine Thanksgiving cooking without my food processor, and because I love ya… I’m giving away five (5) Cuisinart Elite 12-Cup Food Processors, winners’ choice of white, black, or silver!
By Heather Sanders Many families share the tradition of pausing before, during, or after Thanksgiving dinner so those around the table can voice the things for which they are most thankful.
This is about as close to an as-it-happens recipe post as it gets here on The Pioneer Woman Cooks, because I made the casserole last night, covered it, popped it in the fridge, and am baking it right now as I type up this post.
I rode in the feed truck with Marlboro Man last week when the family was gathering cattle, and unfortunately for Marlboro Man (hahahaha.
By Heather Sanders When asked what I do, I tell people that I am a homeschooling journalist, but I wince a bit as I say it.
Great job on the quiz, everyone! Here are the stats, answers, and winners. STATS 2,873 people took the quiz.
The snow is gone and while it’s still nice and cool outside, it isn’t miserably frigid as it was earlier this week.
This was the cake I made the other day that resulted in leftover pumpkin puree, which I used to make Pumpkin Ravioli, which I posted here bright and early on Monday morning.
***I’m sorry that there seemed to be a delay with the quiz posting. Am looking into the reasons, as it was scheduled to post right on the hour.
It seems like football season just started yesterday…but before we know it, it’ll be over! So while we’re still in the thick of it, I thought it would be a great time to have a big FOOTBALL Movie Quiz!
Did you see the cake I posted on The Pioneer Woman Cooks a few months ago? Well, it eventually became this… And it all began with this.
I was supposed to take a quick trip yesterday morning, but it started snowing soon after I woke up and didn’t stop snowing until afternoon.
I made a cake yesterday that used exactly half of a large can of pumpkin puree (I’ll post the cake recipe later this week), which meant, if my math is correct, that I had exactly half of a large can of pumpkin puree leftover.
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I don’t make rice pudding very often, but whenever I do, I always stop dead in my tracks and confront myself with the same question: “Why don’t you make rice pudding more often?
Today, because I love ya, I’m giving away 3 (three) sets of Le Creuset cookware in this gorgeous fiery “Flame” color, which will always be my fave.
I can’t remember exactly what they were laughing at. But I’m pretty sure it was their dad falling down.
By Mark Spearman. “Ideals are peaceful. History is violent.” So proclaims Brad Pitt as Sergeant Don “Wardaddy” Collier in a brief respite from the chaotic and immeasurably costly fighting that marked the final days of World War II.
Thursday morning, Marlboro Man needed to sort the dry cows off of the pairs, so he, the kids, his brother, and the cowboys (oh…and Charlie!
I ordered a salad similar to this one while Paige and I were in Kansas for a soccer tournament last weekend.