Ree Drummond shares her enthusiasm for the simple joys in life and inspires readers with her newest creation, The Pioneer Woman Magazine. Each issue is like a day with a good friend, full of helpful advice, great recipes, fun shopping and heartfelt stories – and lots of laughs.
Oh What Fun!
Talk to me! • Ree answers your questions about her recipes, style, home life and more.
Christmas at The Merc • See how Ree’s beloved Pawhuska shop gets into the holiday spirit.
Ree’s Holiday Gift Guide • Find something special for every person (and pet!) on your list.
That’s a Wrap! • Take it from the gift wrappers at The Mercantile: Floral patterns, pretty ribbons and fun embellishments make a perfect package!
Double Take • During the holidays, Ree occasionally trades in her beloved tunics for a pretty velvet top. How does her teenage niece Halle style the same piece?
Strings Attached • This colorful tassel jewelry will make any outfit festive.
On the Lips • Try one of these pretty food and drink-inspired lipsticks before you head out to your next holiday party.
O Christmas Trees • Don’t you just love a theme tree? Check out these fun ornaments—and add some to your collection.
Nuts About Nutcrackers • For decades, these colorful wooden soldiers have played a starring role at Christmastime. See where the tradition began—and start your own collection.
Meet the Original • This guy may look a little grumpy (after all, he’s about 150 years old!), but he has plenty to share about nutcracker history. He’s an original 1870s nutcracker from Germany, currently on display in the Nutcracker Museum in Leavenworth, WA.
Nothing but Nutcrackers • An exhibit of more than 6,000 figures at the Nutcracker Museum in Leavenworth, WA (nutcrackermuseum.com) was decades in the making. Arlene Wagner, a former ballet teacher, and her husband started collecting them in the 1960s, and in 1995, they opened the museum, which includes traditional nutcrackers from the 1800s as well as some wacky ones, like an Elvis and a Snow White with the Seven Dwarfs. Check out some of these favorites.
Into the WOODS • Oklahoma native Kyle Hatfield transformed an old trailer into the coziest cabin around.
Ree’s Family Meals • There’s something for everyone in this new batch of dinners!
Pot of Gold • The Instant Pot is everywhere these days—including Ree’s kitchen!
Cowboys VS. Cowgirls • It’s time for a holiday happy hour. Pick a cocktail—and a snack!
A Pioneer Thanksgiving • Turkey Day requires lots of advance planning, but all that prep sure pays off!
Piece of the Pie • If you’ve ever made Ree’s favorite pie crust, you can thank one of her fans for the recipe!
Eat, Drink and Be Merry! • Put out a spread of snacks and invite anyone and everyone to stop by!
Thumbs Up! • These thumbprint cookies are perfect for the holidays.
Ree’s Guide to Vail • The Drummonds don’t get too much time off, but when they do, they head to this dreamy Colorado ski town. Ree says it’s one of her favorite places on earth! Here’s everything you need to know to plan your own Vail adventure.
Love and Loss • With a heavy heart, Ree shares memories of her late mother-in-law.
Buddy System • The best friendships don’t have to make sense: Minnow (a dog) and Blossom (a turkey) were both saved from grim fates by a very special woman—and now they’re the closest of pals.
Caption Contest! • Write a caption for this picture of a cardinal on Ree’s ranch and you could win $500!