The Pioneer Woman Essential Cooking Tools

If you want to cook like the Pioneer Woman, then you need the Pioneer Woman Essential Cooking Tools.

We all have our favorite tools in the kitchen. But some I want to throw out the window every time I try to use it.

Now is a great time to get new ones that are a quality product.

The Pioneer Woman Essential Cooking ToolsI am in love with the rolling pin because it is so colorful.

I have a few antique rolling pins, so I won’t be getting rid of them, but I just might invest in a pretty one.

I have lived long enough to know that the key to happiness is surrounding yourself with things that make you happy or make you smile.

It sounds simple and it is. If a flowered rolling pin makes you smile every morning when you see it in the kitchen, buy it!

Something that the Pioneer Woman has in her arsenal of tools is a very cool and pretty mixer. I have looked online for one and realized very quickly that I can’t afford it. But some crafty person might be able to create this look themselves with some paint or stickers. Here they are and you can buy them, but they are $1,349.00. But they are so pretty!
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The Pioneer Woman Cowboy Rustic Kitchen Essentials

The Pioneer Woman Cowboy Rustic Kitchen Essentials 5-Piece Tool Set with Rosewood Handle

Kitchen utensils are important for us to do our job right.

If you watch the Pioneer Woman show on the Food Network, then you have seen her use each of these tools many times.

I have often thought while watching the show that I need to get one of those. Now I can.

This set includes a serving spoon, potato masher, slotted serving spoon, ladle and slotted turner.

The handles are made of Rosewood and each tool is made of composed of stainless steel.

These also match the other Pioneer Woman essential cooking tools as well.


The Pioneer Woman Cowboy Rustic 3-Piece Silicone Head Utensil Set

The Pioneer Woman Cowboy Rustic 3-Piece Silicone Head Utensil Set with Acacia Wood Handle

My grandmother taught me as a young girl the secret to a good spatula. I only buy quality ones now.

The others just aren’t worth the money.

The Pioneer Woman only has the best in spatulas.

They are made of silicone and we know that is great stuff to work with in the kitchen.

Use the spatula for hand-mixing ingredients into batter and the basting brush for painting meats and vegetables with liquid flavorings before they hit the oven or grill.

This set comes in red, turquoise or purple.


The Pioneer Woman Cowboy Rustic Forged 14-Piece Cutlery Set

The Pioneer Woman Cowboy Rustic Forged 14-Piece Cutlery Set

My grandparents were butchers and they knew how to use a knife. They taught me and I do remember some of it.

What I remember most is that a bad knife makes your job nearly impossible. A bad knife will make a piece of meat or a potato unidentifiable.

So if nothing else, buy a good knife set.

There are 14 pieces to this beautiful knife set. Each knife has a purpose.

They are constructed of durable stainless steel. Rugged construction means that the knives are built to last.

The set includes an 8″ chef and bread knife. There is also a 5″ utility, a 3.5″ paring, six 4.5″ steak, a pair of scissors and a Ree’s signature 6″ Nakiri blade. The set also includes an 8″ sharpening steel, so that you can keep your knives in top working order.

My grandparents taught me how to use a sharpening steel. It is a good thing to know.


Watch Jamie Oliver show you how to sharpen your knives with a sharpening steel.


The Pioneer Woman Cooking Essential Cutting Board

The Pioneer Woman Cowboy Rustic 11″ x 14″ Acacia Wood Cutting Board

A good, clean cutting board is essential in the kitchen.

I maybe old fashioned, but I still like the wood chopping blocks. I like the feel of it better than the new fangled plastic ones.

This one is thick and heavy. It will hold up to any chopping you need to do.

Just be sure to only hand wash it. It comes with directions on how to take care of it.


The Pioneer Woman Kitchen Rolling Pin

The Pioneer Woman Flea Market Floral Decal Rolling Pin with Wood Handle

I don’t use a rolling pin often, but when I do, I want it to be as pretty as this one.

I use my rolling pin for my biscuits that I make several times a year, mostly when company spends the night.

I do make pie crusts sometimes. If I went back and watched Ree, she shows you how to make an easy pie crust.

She makes everything look easy.


The Pioneer Woman Batter Bowl

The Pioneer Woman Flea Market 2.83-Quart Batter Bowl

Once again Ree has created a beautiful product.

Playful white polka dots and turquoise piping sit atop the bowl’s cherry red base, combining fun and functionality for any kitchen.

I use my batter bowl almost every day.

I use it to mix things in, but I also use it as a measuring cup if I am making something big.

It makes a great pitcher for watering my plants too.

I use it all the time. I love the way it looks and it makes me happy, so it is the first thing I grab when I have a job to do.

It is dishwasher and microwave safe, so you can melt butter in it with no worries and then stick it in the dishwasher to get that buttery mess off.

Wouldn’t this make a wonderful wedding or housewarming gift?

 


The Pioneer Woman Ceramic Mixing Bowls

The Pioneer Woman Flea Market 3-Piece Ceramic Mix Bowls

Beautiful ceramic bowls in orange, red and turquoise will create nothing but joy in your kitchen.

I use mine for mixing and serving, so I use them a lot.

They are good in the dishwasher and microwave, so no hand washing is needed.

This set comes with a 10″, 8.75″ and 7″ bowl.

 


If you love the look of these Pioneer Woman utensils, you will be just like me and want all the matching accessories to really bring the kitchen together with a uniform look of style and taste – you have got to check out these other great Pioneer Woman products – do you want her beautiful measuring cups in the Flea Market pattern or maybe her Polka Dot Stoneware utensil canister?


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Originally posted 2015-09-23 19:14:43.

4 Comments

  1. Cynthia said:

    Once again, a very pretty post! If the photos alone can brighten up my day, I can only imagine what it would be like to see the products in my kitchen each day.

    September 24, 2015
  2. Aysha said:

    This has everything a kitchen needs

    September 27, 2015
  3. Clara said:

    I’ve watched her a couple of times but didn’t know she had her own line of cookware. Looks like quality stuff!

    September 27, 2015
  4. Olivia said:

    I love kitchen gadgets, all kinds of them….nice display and well thought out!

    September 27, 2015

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