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I LOVE this cookbook! Beautiful pictures, real comfort food, fun writing style!

Why have I never thought of these? If Breakfast Burritos are good (and we all know they are), then Breakfast Quesadillas must be great! By Ree Drummond / The Pioneer Woman, via Flickr

Pioneer Woman - 7 Layer Salad

Sugar Biscuits: Soft, sweet biscuits dipped in a vanilla glaze. Perfect baby shower or brunch item. These are so delicious & can be made ahead. "Let them sit until the glaze is totally set, a couple of hours at least. Once that happens, the biscuit is almost “sealed” inside the glaze and stays nice and soft/fresh for several days!"~Pioneer Woman

Big Fat Bacon Sliders | The Pioneer Woman Cooks | Ree Drummond - Get the awesome limited edition Bacon Lover's t-shirt while it's still available! teespring.com/...

Pioneer Woman's cinnamon bread. AMAZING btw. You'll never make cinnamon toast the same way again. Ever. Like never.

Ree Drummond, The Pioneer Woman Cook, includes recipes, stories, and photographs from an accidental country girl. Her work is inspiring this ranch girl to come back to the kitchen. She makes you smile while joyfully making great food. Through great visuals and stories I am duplicating her works of art and actually earning family request! You can't help but enJOY.

Pinner said, "Spinach Artichoke Pasta | The Pioneer Woman... this has become a staple in our house"

Pasta with Bacon and Mushroom by Ree Drummond / The Pioneer Woman, via Flickr

Perfect Salmon EVERY time, here’s how to cooked it: drizzle salmon filet with olive oil, sprinkle with salt and pepper, put it in a cold oven, then turn on the heat to 400 degrees. Twenty-five minutes later, the salmon is absolutely perfect. Tender, moist, flaky. A no-fail method!