Every time I post a baked recipe on my blog, I always recommend that my readers use parchment paper on baking sheets and in pans.
Here we go with Vocabulary Gerre! Good luck!! TO ENTER To enter the quiz, answer the questions below and submit your answers.
We’re having another run of Lodge tours during the month of August, and like a magnet, Walter heads there every day to get a massive dose of love and affection from kids and adults.
My mom is a lover of words. She’s a voracious reader, was raised by a teacher and was a teacher herself many moons ago.
(Photo by Paige!) Alex is back at college after a nice, long stint at home for the summer. She happened to be home the whole month of July, which happened to be the busiest month we’ve had on the ranch this year, which meant she had the pleasure of getting up at 4:00 am with the rest of her siblings for days (weeks) on end and working cattle just like she did her entire childhood and adolescence.
Every summer potluck needs a great big salad dressed with ranch. I made this for a family cookout and everyone loved it!
Is it just us, or is summer is flying by? It’s hard to believe, but school will be starting before we know it!
Let’s decorate some cakes! Now, I want you to know up front that I’m not a cake decorator: I’m a cake devour-er.
Great job on first half of 20th centruy, everyone! Here are the stats, answers, and winners. STATS 4,036 people took the quiz.
Here we go with first half of the 20th century, everyone! Good luck!! TO ENTER To enter the quiz, answer the questions below and submit your answers.
I know the term “knife cuts” can sound intimidating. You may be visualizing chefs dicing an onion with lightning speed and think, “If I did that I’d lose a finger.” But knowing the most common, basic knife cuts is important if you want to level up your cooking game. Why You Need to Know Knife Cuts Knowing knife cuts is important for several reasons.
There’s not much I love more than grilled vegetables. As delicious as a vegetable already is, something happens during the grilling process that makes me want to propose.
Let’s continue with our U.S. History Quiz series this week. For this one, we’ll cover roughly the first half of the twentieth century.
I snapped this photo of Paige a couple of weeks ago, and it’s going to be the final photo at the end of my cookbook since I love it so much.
Early on, my dad earned the title of “Sandwich King” in our house. The man builds a sandwich like no other, layering on the mustard and mayo, turkey and ham, cheese and veggies.
I grew up calling American buttercream “frosting.” It wasn’t until a few years ago that I discovered that this “frosting” I’d been eating and making for years has an official name.
Summertime was made for pasta salads. Easy to tote to a picnic or backyard gathering, they’re our one-bowl-meal kind of friend.
Today’s Mean Ol’ Schoolmarm moment of the day is… Personal Pronouns! Specifically: I vs. Me; She vs.
Today, because I was up at 4:00 am, because the birds are just now starting to chirp, because Christmas is less than six months away (ha) and because I love ya, I’m giving away three (3) of these awesome Pioneer Woman turquoise knife sets!
Have you ever had lemon curd? If you’ve experienced that pleasure, you know that it is addicting. It’s so smooth and rich and zingy all at the same time.