Family First Interviews Food Network’s The Pioneer Woman Ree Drummond

By Marijo Tinlin August 7, 2012 3 Comments   

Please watch this interview packed with easy, healthy meal ideas from The Pioneer Woman Ree Drummond. Drummond is a blogger, photographer, ranch wife and mother of four children.

Her blog is available at www.thepioneerwoman.com which gets millions of readers each month. The blog is about country life, being a mom and, naturally, cooking. She is also the host of a show on The Food Network and the author of several bestselling cookbooks.

Interview conducted by Family First Editor-in-Chief Marijo Tinlin.

Photo: by Shane Bevel on www.thepioneerwoman.com

 

Marijo Tinlin is the Editor in Chief of Family First, one of the oldest family-oriented websites on the internet. She writes for Eagle Publishing’s Family Events, is the Managing Editor of www.myColoradoview.com and she runs a small business with her husband. She is also the author of a book about patriotism and teaching our children to love this country called “How to Raise an American Patriot, Making it Okay for Our Kids to Be Proud to Be American.”  It features 13 interviews with patriotic Americans including Ed Meese, Erick Erickson and Jackie Gingrich Cushman. It’s available at www.raisinganamericanpatriot.com.

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3 Comments to “Family First Interviews Food Network’s The Pioneer Woman Ree Drummond”
  1. HillJ says:
    A site devoted to family, country and patriotism interviews a known plagiarist? Come on! Ree Drummond is embroiled in her second plagiarism scandal in six months. Seems the little ol' ranch wife has a penchant for lifting recipes from her hometown cookbooks and doesn't bother to credit them. Won't be buying any butter from her and I sure won't be patronizing her website. These sites have a whole different take on the Pioneer Woman: http://pienearwoman.com http://themarlborowoman.com
  2. HillJ says:
    A site devoted to patriots and our great country--what were you thinking when you interviewed this woman? Drummond is currently embroiled in her 2nd plagiarism scandal in six months. Seems the little 'ol ranch wife has a penchant for lifting recipes from her hometown's community and church cookbooks without crediting the source. For more info including photos of said cookbooks, you might want to check out: http://themarlborowoman.com
    • Rose says:
      "HillJ" is in fact the the Marlboro Woman herself. This is her sad attempt at garnering publicity. She has devoted her life to denigrating the success of Ree Drummond. She is truly a sad and unhappy individual.

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