Ree Drummond's series of cookbooks titled "The Pioneer Woman Cooks" are available through her website, ThePioneerWoman.com, by scrolling down to the bottom of the page. Buyers are then directed to her Amazon page. They are also available at some Barnes & Noble locations, Wal-Mart locations and other major retail outlets.
"The Pioneer Woman" is the nickname of author Ree Drummond. Her cookbooks offer various recipes for meals with a Western, frontier twist. Various title subjects include, "Food from My Frontier," "Recipes from an Accidental Country Girl" and "A Year of Holidays: 140 Step-by-Step Recipes for Simple, Scrumptious Celebrations."
What began as a blog for sharing recipes became the launch pad for Drummond's many successful authorial endeavors, which include not only her cookbooks but also her children's picture books.
Drummond's Food Network show, "The Pioneer Woman," began in 2011. It is filmed on her family's Oklahoma ranch.
Ree Drummond calls herself "an accidental country girl" in reference to the fact that she did not intend to live the ranch lifestyle. After moving to California to shed her roots, it was on a visit back home that she met her husband, a cattle rancher who goes by a nickname of his own: The Marlboro Man.