Pioneer Woman products

Old 10-05-2015, 07:19 AM
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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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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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Old 10-06-2015, 05:49 AM
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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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