This Ribeye Steak Recipe Is The One That Made Ree Drummond Famous

By now almost everyone has heard of The Pioneer Woman. She started out by blogging her favorite recipes and cooking tips, and the rest is history!

Her very first blog post was "How To Cook a Steak," a practical (and helpful) choice. Since then, she's practically built an empire around classic homestyle cooking and living.

Here's Her Recipe and Tips For Cooking a Perfect Ribeye Steak:

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The Frosé (Frozen Rosé) Recipe Your Next Girls Night Needs

My love for Rosé runs deep, so the fact that it's becoming more and more popular makes my heart (and my tastebuds) very happy. Frosé takes the pink perfection of Rosé and combines it with the classic frozen style to make, in my humble opinion, a perfect drink. Grab your squad for a girls night in and let the Frosé flow!

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The Pioneer Woman's Caramel Recipe is Insanely Easy and You'll Want to Put It on Everything

Can we get a quick hallelujah for The Pioneer Woman? I'm convinced she can do no wrong. I also feel the same way about caramel, so this recipe gives us the best of both worlds! It's simple, quick, and calls for ingredients you likely already have on hand.

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Slow Cooker Chicken and Dumplings Recipe Will Be Your New Favorite Comfort Food

The slow cooker is arguably one of the best inventions of all time, and this chicken and dumplings recipe only contributes to its fame. In fact, it's easy enough for even the worst of cooks to come out looking like a regular Julia Child. If you're feeling ambitious, you can throw in some extra ingredients like carrots, peas or celery, but the base recipe is guaranteed to be a crowd favorite!

Easy Slow Cooker Chicken and Dumplings Recipe:

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The Apple Cider Sangria Recipe For People Who Thought Sangria Season Was Over

Blame it on my love for wine (or Blake Shelton's "Sangria" forever being stuck in my head), but no matter what season it is, I just can't shake my craving for a good sangria. While I personally have no shame in drinking the classic recipe year-round, this apple cider sangria is perfect for fall and will be making more than one appearance in my kitchen.

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Your New Favorite (And Easiest) Cocktail Recipe: The Redneck Royale

The Redneck Royale might be the easiest drink you'll ever make. Seriously. All you need are two ingredients and a cup to make one (or two, no judgment here) for yourself.

Redneck Royale Recipe:

Ingredients:

  • Miller High Life
  • Ole Smoky Blackberry Moonshine
Directions:
Pour 1oz of Ole Smoky Blackberry Moonshine into your glass. Fill the rest with Miller High Life and enjoy!
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Rachael Ray's Vodka Penne Pasta

Rachael Ray says this recipe is so good that she's had women tell her that they got engaged shortly after making this meal for their boyfriends. She calls it her "You Won't Be Single for Long Penne Alla Vodka," so if you're looking to get your guy to commit or if you just want some delicious Vodka Penne pasta, this recipe is for you!

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Slow Cooker Chicken Marsala

I love when slow cooker dishes can look fancy (as opposed to soupy) and still taste great, and this Slow Cooker Chicken Marsala from Creme de la Crumb does not disappoint. Check out the step-by-step instructions in the video and make this yummy meal soon!

Slow Cooker Chicken Marsala

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Drink Recipe: Maren (Morris) Mule

Maren Morris' current single, "I Could Use A Love Song" is constantly in our heads. Especially towards the end of the day, especially when we need a drink.

We may change up the words a little, but still-- I could a love song, I could use a stiff drink-- same thing. We love Maren so much, we created a cocktail in her honor. Or put a twist on an old cocktail in her honor.

It gets the job done either way.


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