Hey!

Today, I am doing my first giveaway. Simply because I love this cookbook! And, because I am so thankful that you are reading this blog! Originally, I received this wonderful cookbook as a wedding gift.DSCN6242

I loved it so much that I wanted to share the goodness…with a giveaway. But, not my copy! Of course, I am keeping it.DSCN6247 I never, never, never want to lose the recipes in there! Especially the strawberry shortcake one shown above! And, the mac and cheese (with BACON) shown below. DSCN6248I’ve made about four of the recipes from Ree’s newest cookbook and they have all been a hit in our kitchen! DSCN6246

Here’s a few more of the decadent recipes & photos from Ree’s second cookbook Food From my Frontier. (Her first cookbook was also awesome & there is a third one come out this fall! I can’t wait.) DSCN6244 DSCN6243

To enter to win this fabulous cookbook, please comment below by answering this question: What was the last book you read?DSCN6250 I’ll announce the winner on Tuesday and ship immediately! In the meantime, I’ll be cooking out of this cookbook & enjoying the deliciousness.

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P.S. If you can’t wait until Tuesday…you can order this book on Amazon by clicking this link: The Pioneer Woman Cooks: Food from My Frontier! I don’t blame you!

23 Comments

  1. Jenn Hojer

    A few weeks ago I read “Like Dandelion Dust” written by Karen Kingsbury. I am a major Karen Kingsbury fan and have read so many of her amazing books. I highly recommend them if you have never read any! 🙂

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  2. Joy shelton

    PASTURES OF FAITH BY SARA PRICE I LOVE THE STORIES OF AMISH WAYS SINCE TBEY ARE I. MY NEIGHBORHOOD I ALSO READ KILLING PRESIDENT LINCOLN HISTORY IS ALSO MY FAVORITE SAY IF BETTY CROCKERCOOKBOOK THAT I HAVE HAD FOR 43 married years count I use it eAch time I make a pie .

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  3. Michelle Kuchs

    Love your blog Sierra! I’m currently reading the help, but the last book I finished reading was gone girl.

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  4. Jayme Webb

    Just finished “8 Reasons your Life Matters” by John Herrick. Also reading “The Moonflower Vine” by Jetta Carleton, both Missouri Authors.

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  5. Jill

    Beverly Lewis the shunning…
    I am excited for the Pioneer Woman’s holiday cookbook too!

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  6. Nancy Brickner

    The cookbook I use the most isBetter Homes and Garden. I have used mine so much in over 30 years that most of my pages stick together. I have heard that Pioneer cookbook is really a good one.

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  7. Mary Ellen Stephens

    Paper Roses by Amanda Cabot – Young girl in the 1800’s facing challenges in a move to Texas as a mail order bride – God’s will for her life, caring for her younger sister and overcoming disability.

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  8. Harley

    “A Great and Terrible Beauty” by Libba Bray! It was recommended by a friend and was a great book!
    By the way I love your blog! I especially enjoy the posts about quilting!

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  9. Robyn

    Sierra,
    I have both PW’s Cookbooks and pre-ordered the third one.
    Yesterday, I made Chicken Spaghetti and Buttermilk Biscuits from the first cookbook. Both were delicious.

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  10. Sandy Schmidt

    The last book I read was 13 Gifts by Wendy Mass. It is a Mark Twain Nominee. The last couple years my kids and I have read all 12 Mark Twain books throughout the year. They are all usually really good books. We love keeping up with you through your blog!

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  11. Jacqueline

    I have heard so many good things about this cookbook, not to mention the pictures look so yummy. The last book that I read was Causal Vacancy by JK Rowling. Definitely a different read than Harry Potter, but despite all of the negative hype, I really loved it! A lot more real life than most of books I’ve read lately. Now I’m onto her new one which she wrote under the pseudonym, Robert Galbraith! So far, so good!

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  12. Judy Stowers

    Am reading “The Help”. Saw the movie and was great. I grew up in a community where discrimination was not only accepted by expected. Makes a person realize what changes have been made and is enormously entertaining. Love your blog Sierra. You are furnishing an insight to farm life for so many who lack the knowledge of the true hard work farmers and ranchers put forth to feed the world. I thank you for that. Keep writing and sending pictures of your South Dakota life.

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  13. Laurel Wilson

    I read Say Nice Things about Detroit by Harrar. I already have Ree Drummond’s books but don’t make too many things or we would be big as houses.

    I love your blog and have recommended it to others.

    Laurel

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  14. Mamie

    Shea and I have been reading lots of horse books. The last one I read was Misty of Chincoteague by Marguerite Henry. We love reading your blog and the Pioneer Women’s blog too. Keep it up!

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  15. Amber Friedli

    The last book I read was my new cookbook from our 4H group. I read them front to back 🙂

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  16. Prickly Pinecone

    I have been re-reading Anne of Green Gables lately. I know many don’t like it, however reading it always brings a smile to my face.

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  17. Aunt Jackie

    I just finished The Witness by Nora Roberts, good summer reading. I love reading your blog.

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  18. Eva

    I also have both of Ree’s cookbooks…love the drip beef..it is a great crockpot recipe and her maple cinnamon rolls are huge hits. I love your blog Sierra…it is a highlight of my day when you share your “frontier” day! I am looking forward to the 3rd Pioneer Woman cookbook.

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  19. Cristy woodcock

    The Chance by Karen Kingsbury

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  20. Michele Romine

    The last book I read was The Best of Me by Nicholas Sparks. I love your blog, Sierra. I am a scrap iron junkie, too!

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  21. Kelly Strei

    The last book I read was Gone Girl. But my favorite book is My Antonia by Willa Cather

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  22. Uncle Jon

    I thought I responded already, guess I didn’t post… I just finished the book The Spectacular Now by Tim Tharp…. Before that it was Quiet, The Power of Introverts in a World That Can’t Stop Talking by Susan Cain…. I’ve browsed the Pioneer Cookbooks…and really enjoyed the photos, recipes and even some of the story…

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  23. Chris

    You know I would be reading a cookbook: The Homemade Pantry by: Alana Chernila is my most recent favorite. Not a cookbook: I read Michael Vey by Richard Paul Evans with my grandson and I read The Language of Flowers by Vanessa Diffenbaugh.

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Hey there... I'm Sierra!

I am from a family of all girls. I always keep a journal. John & I were married back in 2013. It was a miracle then & it is now. We had three kids between Oct 2014 & August 2018 : Joslyn Shea, J.D., and Jesse Lee. We remodeled two houses & moved three times in our first 5 years. I grew up in Missouri, but was transplanted to South Dakota. I am working on my masters at Sioux Falls Seminary as of 6.1.19.

I started Sierra Shea & Co. as a space to curate encouragement for all women toward creative, redemptive lives as daughters of the King of Kings.