Food Network stars, like Ree Drummond, are cooking from the pantry just like everyone else. The Pioneer Woman Staying Home shares recipes that everyone can make.
During these difficult times, Food Network has become must watch food TV. The Pioneer Woman Staying Home is a new approach for Ree Drummond. While fans are accustomed to seeing her and her family on the farm, the newest The Pioneer Woman installment is filmed by her family, via their iphones. In a way, this newest installment shows that everyone is in this situation together.
As everyone stays in, many people are taking to discovering fun in the kitchen. Under the idea that “we cook,” food can bring people together. From recreating a Food Network star’s recipe to being inspired to try something new, food can offer the happy to any day.
In The Pioneer Woman: Staying Home, the new episodes highlight Ree’s use of pantry staples to create some tasty comfort foods. These recipes are simple and easy. It can be a great way to bring some excitement to that bowl of pasta or a bowl of beans. Creativity in the kitchen is always a good thing.
This five part series begins on Saturday, April 11 at 10 a.m. EST. In the first episode, Ree shows how to make Taco Shells and Cheese. This twist on a traditional taco dish uses pasta. It is a great idea for any family to see traditional dishes in a new light. If you like taco flavors, this recipe could bring a new spark to the table.
Since people are looking for more ways to get in the kitchen and cook, Food Network is delivering new ways to deliver new content. From having the Food Network stars film their own content to Instagram Live to Zoom, there are a variety of ways for new content to be delivered into the home.
More importantly, this type of content helps fans connect with their favorite Food Network stars. Even celebrity chefs can struggle with pantry inspiration or can be stumped by that Chopped Challenge.
Tune into Pioneer Woman Staying Home starting this Saturday. Maybe it could be the spark to add some culinary creations in your kitchen.
What are some of your favorite Food Network shows? Are you using those shows as cooking inspiration?