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Pioneer Woman Cooks: Dinnertime: Comfort Classics, Freezer Food, 16-Minute Meals, and Other Delicious Ways to Solve Supper!
Pioneer Woman Cooks: Dinnertime: Comfort Classics, Freezer Food, 16-Minute Meals, and Other Delicious Ways to Solve Supper! | Ree Drummond
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THERE S NO TIME LIKE DINNERTIME!Oh, don t get me wrong. I adore breakfast. I love lunch! But dinnertime definitely tops them all. It s the time of day when we reunite with our sweeties, our kids, our friends, our parents . . . and catch up on the events of the day over something mouthwatering and delicious. Dinnertime anchors us, nourishes us, and reassures us. It s the greatest meal of the day!The Pioneer Woman Cooks: Dinnertime is a beloved collection of all the scrumptious supper recipes that make their way through my kitchen in regular rotation, from main dish salads to satisfying soups to hearty casseroles to comfort food classics . . . and everything in between. I lay out all the different ways I tackle dinner in my house, from super-quick 16-Minute Meals to make-ahead Freezer Food to irresistible pastas and a bundle of brand-new favorites of my crew.You ll want to immediately dive into surefire hits like Tomato Soup with Parmesan Croutons, Buffalo Chicken Salad, Baked Ziti, and Shrimp Scampi. But just wait till you try the Cashew Chicken, French Dip Sandwiches, Chicken Marsala, and Beef Stroganoff. And don t even get me started on the Tomato Tart, Chicken with Mustard Cream Sauce, and Pan-Fried Pork Chops. You ll have a very tough time deciding on a favorite!To take away the guesswork, I made sure to include all the step-by-step recipe photos I love to share, and I packed as much deliciousness into each chapter as possible. My hope is that you will turn to this book regularly to solve your dinnertime dilemmas, and that you will use these recipes to feed your family time and time again. The more stains, smudges, and smears on the pages, the better!Enjoy dinnertime in your household, friends!"
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1. Tagged book. I love the Pioneer Woman!
2. I don‘t think so. Hotdogs are kind of a separate category.
3. Giada de Laurentiis - it would have to be in Italy also of course.
4. Ruffle chips with cottage cheese
#manicmonday @JoScho

JoScho Fun-like chips and dip? 1y
clconn17 @JoScho Yes! I salt the cottage cheese and it is basically like a dip. 1y
JoScho Oh I would try that! 1y
JaclynW Italy of course! 1y
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Oh my. So so good. The butternut squash!!! Wow.

Ashley_Nicoletto 😍😍😍 2y
moarbookspleaze Oh my goodness! 2y
Lola Roasted butternut squash is so so delish! Enjoy! 2y
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Sydsavvy @Lola I've only ever made soup with it. Oh my, now I know the error of my ways!!! And it really did roast very quickly. 🙌🏻🙌🏻🙌🏻 2y
Lola @Sydsavvy have you tried roasting cauliflower or broccoli? Also sooooo good!!! 2y
Sydsavvy @Lola yes- in fact my husband has a roasted broccoli we call "crack" broccoli, because it is so addicting! (He's a prosecutor so we have a warped sense of humor). But we had a roasted cauliflower at a sushi house once that I'm still trying to emulate. Had some kind of almost barbecue flavor. Yum! 2y
Lola @Sydsavvy I‘m a prosecutor too so I totally get the warped sense of humor 😂😂 Where does he practice? And re cauliflower, just olive oil and kosher make magic when you roast it. 2y
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