I love to visit the Pioneer Woman‘s site. It’s loaded with beautiful pictures and hilarious stories, but the things that attracts me the most is the recipe section. Step-by-step instructions paired with incredible photos makes the recipes come alive. I have so many of them on my list to make it’s ridiculous. I hope her next book is The Pioneer Woman Diet, so I can learn her secret, because I would weigh 400 pounds if I ate all the stuff she talks about eating. Here are the next ten things I’d like to make off the website:
Oh, the lemon and the garlic and the sour cream. A nice salad, some crusty bread and maybe a little grilled chicken thrown on top. I can taste it in my head. Really!
I love rolls and these sound heavenly. I haven’t even tried them yet and I’m already concocting different variations of the basic recipe.
My grandmother made chicken spaghetti and I have been craving it. This recipe looks amazing. Cheesy. Creamy. Comfort food.
I love enchiladas of all kinds. I love green chile ones and sour cream chicken ones and spinach ones and …well, you get the idea. I’m anxious to try these with their homemade sauce and black olives. Oh my.
The last time I had French Breakfast Puffs, I was in home ec class freaking out because my teacher gave us this recipe and gave the other groups in my class regular muffins of different varieties. We were marked down because they were too buttery. Is that possible? Where is Paula Deen when you need her? Anyway, despite all that, I thought they were wonderful little buttery, sugary things. I need to make these soon.
Why don’t I have the kind of friends that show up and make heavenly stuff in my kitchen? Oh well. I’ll just have to do it myself. Cookies with cranberries and apricots? Oh yeah.
The Marlboro Man loves it and I’m pretty sure thecooldad would too. Just sayin’.
Juicy beef and blue cheese. Wow. The only thing I’m gonna’ do differently is use a multi-grain bun. That will be perfect.
I wonder if there could be any correlation between my intense craving for fried food and the fact that I’ve been on a low-fat diet. Hmm.
Multiple kinds of cheese and Hatch green chiles on seeded rye. I’m not sure about the Grey Poupon though, but I would try it. Worst case scenario, I substitute spicy brown mustard.
There you have it. Of course, I had to leave behind Sesame Noodles and Pioneer Woman’s Favorite Salad and lots of other stuff. What I need is a Pioneer Woman buffet, so I can try a bite of this and a bite of that.
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