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  1 The Pioneer Woman Cooks: Dinnertime : Comfort Classics, Freezer Food, 16-Minute Meals, and Other Delicious Ways to Solve Supper!
Author: Drummond, Ree
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Class: 641.5973
Age: Adult
Language: English
Demand: Moderate
LC: TX715
ISBN-13: 9780062225245
LCCN: 2015275217
Imprint: William Morrow
Pub Date: 10/20/2015
Availability: Available
List: $29.99
Physical Description: xvii, 381 pages : color illustrations ; 27 cm H 10", W 8", D 1.2115", 3.3 lbs.
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Brodart Sources: Brodart's Insight Catalog: Adult
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TIPS Subjects: Cooking/Food/Beverages
BISAC Subjects: COOKING / Methods / Quick & Easy
COOKING / Comfort Food
COOKING / Individual Chefs & Restaurants
LC Subjects: Cookbooks
Cooking, American
Cooking, American, Southwestern style
Ranch life, Oklahoma, Anecdotes
SEARS Subjects: American cooking
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ONIX annotations | 03/03/2020
The #1 bestselling author and Food Network personality at last answers that age-old question-"What's for Dinner?"-bringing together more than 125 simple, scrumptious, step-by-step recipes for delicious dinners the whole family will love. For families juggling school, work, and a host of other time-consuming daily obligations, the idea of making dinner from scratch can be daunting. Ree Drummond makes it easy for families to make simple, scrumptious, homemade meals with minimum fuss and maximum enjoyment. The Pioneer Woman Cooks: Dinnertime includes delicious, easy-to-make recipes for comfort classics, 16-minute meals, freezer-friendly food, as well as soups, main dish salads, and a favorite of her own family: breakfast for dinner. You'll find more than 125 fast-and-delicious recipes that combine pantry staples with fresh ingredients, including Beef Stroganoff, Chicken Taco Salad, Pasta Puttanesca, Ready-to-go freezer Meatballs (and many dinners you can make with them!), Oven Barbecue Chicken, Mexican Tortilla Casserole, Veggie Chili, Beef with Snow Peas, and many, many more. Included is a section of mouthwatering quick desserts-literally the icing on the cake. Filled with Ree's signature step-by-step photos, relatable humor, and irresistible, folksy charm, The Pioneer Woman Cooks: Dinnertime is the go-to cookbook every home cook can rely on for any-and every-night of the week.
Journal Reviews
BookPage | 01/01/2016
If you didn't get Ree Drummond's latest, The Pioneer Woman Cooks: Dinnertime, as a holiday gift, better give it to yourself as a New Year's treat. Drummond loves dinner with real Pioneer Woman passion, and she's determined to make sure you love it, too. To that lofty end, she offers comforting classics--from homey Tuna Noodle Casserole to a more sophisticated Beef Stroganoff--as well as freezer food that provides immediate supper solutions, 16-minute life-saving wonders like tangy Chicken with Mustard Cream Sauce and lusciously loaded Supreme Pizza Burgers. And there's more: breakfast treats that taste great in the evening; dinner soups and salads; soul-satisfying pastas; and quick-to-make, "sweet-tooth-approved" desserts. As always, the images of food, family and ranch-scape are gorgeous, and there are so many step-by-step photos that you might be able to make these 135 dishes without reading--but then you'd miss Drummond's ready charm and infectious enthusiasm. Sybil Pratt. 400p. BOOKPAGE, c2016.
Publishers Weekly | 02/01/2016
The indomitable blogger's ninth cookbook offers what has become her signature blend of folksy humor and easy recipes. This volume is aimed squarely at home cooks looking to get dinner on the table: "Not a cocktail hour I'm hosting on the fifth of never. But dinner. Tonight. Tonight, tonight, tonight!" A chapter on 16-minute meals promises to accomplish this task fast with supremely simple recipes such as pan-fried pork chops and veggie stir-fry. Those who plan ahead will delight in the sizable "Freezer Food" chapter, with family-friendly basics like ready-to-go beef taco filling and individual chicken pot pies. The "Breakfast for Dinner" chapter makes a harried weeknight fun with recipes such as Greek yogurt pancakes and croissant French toast. And the "Pasta Pronto" chapter presents a few of the dishes Drummond relies on to please her own busy family, such as Cajun chicken pasta. Visual learners will appreciate the full-color step-by-step shots that accompany each recipe, and anyone yearning for country life will adore the images of Drummond's gorgeous ranch. The recipes aren't going to win any accolades for innovation, but that's hardly the point. Just like the stories she shares on her Pioneer Woman blog, the recipes in Drummond's latest book are exactly what her readers want: simple, honest and true to life. (Oct.). 380p. Web-Exclusive Review. PUBLISHERS WEEKLY, c2016.