Can someone please explain this show to me?
I know Ree Drummond has a very popular blog. Reese Witherspoon is attached to a film about her.
I was able to catch a few shows on the FN channel when I was at my parent's home in St. Martin. They have a USA cable feed along with French and Dutch channels.
I couldn't believe what my eyes were seeing. How did The Pioneer Woman get a TV show? Drummond could be the nicest person on the planet, but she is not a cook, chef, or very interesting on camera. She speaks in this weird monotone and comes across very smug. Don't get me started on the food.
I think the title of her show is misleading. When I hear Pioneer Woman, I see a tough life on the ranch, not someone who is married to a multi-millionaire from one of the wealthiest cattle ranching families in the state.
Speaking of the Food Network, what is up with Guy and him still wearing sunglasses on the back of his head?
Other random observations:
Hands down Ina, Giada, and the Neelys are my FN favorites. They are excellent cooks, the food is presented well, and they make things I would actually want to cook and eat.
I LOVE Ina's kitchen. She had a barn on her property converted into a kitchen. It's lovely.
Rachael Ray seems less perky. What happened? Her food continues to look unappetizing. Not a fan.
Paula Dean - why does she continue to shill for Smithfield foods? Their horrific farming and labor practices have been brought to her attention.
Sandra Lee - I can't even.
I liked Bobby Flay's show back in the day. Is it still on? Remember that killer outdoor deck/grill he had in the City?
Do you have a favorite?