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    Pioneer Woman products

    I bought one of the Pioneer Woman's paring knives at Wal Mart to give it a try. I am very pleased with the sharpness and quality of it for the price. Her dishware is pretty. I did buy a few of the batter bowls. I like bowls with a spout. The big enameled pot is nice but I have too many of those to buy more. The pie plates are so pretty with the ribbon edges. I use those for baking many types of food. My grandsons love the Charley the dog cookie jar. I think her products are fun and very reasonably priced.
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    I don't cook as much as I used to and have so many bowls and such but her products are cute and pretty. Would be nice for gifts. I do agree about the bowl with a spout. Last time I made cupcakes, I poured the batter into a large measuring cup (Tupperware 8 cup measure) with spout and handle. So much easier to just pour, better control.

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    I was thinking I'd like a coffee mug or two from her line. I like her and her patterns are cheery.
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    I hardly cook at all so I had never hear of this company.
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    She has a website off of Foodnetwork.com. I love watching her cooking shows on dish. She talks alot about ranch life and includes her family in some of her shows.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tessagin View Post
    I don't cook as much as I used to and have so many bowls and such but her products are cute and pretty. Would be nice for gifts. I do agree about the bowl with a spout. Last time I made cupcakes, I poured the batter into a large measuring cup (Tupperware 8 cup measure) with spout and handle. So much easier to just pour, better control.

    I mix pancakes, muffins, etc in my large measuring cups. I agree, it is so much easier to use!

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    I bought her measuring spoon. The backs are painted, wonder how long that will hold up. Like the sturdiness of the spoons however.

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    I couldn't find any Pioneer Woman stuff on the site that was given.

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    She has the whole line at Walmart....very pretty...I want some of the red plates to go with my white for Christmas...I love a touch of red in my kitchen....

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    are her products made here or in China? Just wondering.

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    Here is a site that lists all kitchen ware made in US.

    www.americansworking.com/kitchen.html
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    Quote Originally Posted by nativetexan View Post
    are her products made here or in China? Just wondering.
    googled it and looks as though they come from China.......as nice as it might be, I would rather stay with American made products!

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    I buy Nordicware, it's made in America but the last few pans I bought the quality wasn't as good as it use to be. Very thin pans and they scratched easily. I was very disappointed. I buy a lot of Lodge cookware. For dishes and glassware I buy what I like at the time as I buy those new a lot and get rid of the old ones. They all chip after awhile. I do love Corelle but the patterns are usually ugly so I stick with solid white and add pretty colored dishes to go with them.
    I believe giving what I can will never cause me to be in need.
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    I just bought some Corell dishes and saw her turquoise goblets so I bought them to go with them. I love both. Plan on buying more things.

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    Is the dishware in the stores or just on Walmart.com???

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    Quote Originally Posted by Onebyone View Post
    Here is a site that lists all kitchen ware made in US.

    www.americansworking.com/kitchen.html
    Did anyone check the prices on the products most of the compaines listed sell?? YIKES! I'd need to win the lottery first before I could afford most of these items they sell.

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    It's sold exclusively at Walmart for now.
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    In the STORES or just online???

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    Quote Originally Posted by LavenderBlue View Post
    In the STORES or just online???
    That is easy to find out.
    I believe giving what I can will never cause me to be in need.
    Being cheap is not a badge of honor.
    My heroes are working people, paying their own way, taking care of their children and being decent human beings.

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    Probably the replacement for all the Paula Deen stuff they pulled?

    It is more interesting to window shop when there is a whole line of stuff

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