If you’re a Pioneer Woman fan—and especially if you’re a Pioneer Woman superfan—this is definitely the time to book a trip to Pawhuska, the town she calls home. Not only will you be able to shop ‘till you drop at her recently-opened store, The Mercantile (find everything from bacon bandages to pretty gold glasses), but during the month of June, you’ll get the rare chance to check out her ranch with your own eyes.
Guess what my favorite meal is?!? (Hint: It starts with an "L" and ends with an "unch.") Tomorrow my show is all about "Lunches to Go" (so handy) and man, is there some tastiness in this 30 minutes of teevee. (Have you ever heard of a Cowboy Bento Box? My husband hadn't either…until he devoured it.) See ya on Food Network Saturday morning! 👍🏻
That’s right, Dee Drummond is inviting guests to tour her family’s guesthouse—a.k.a. The Lodge—where she films her show. “We’d love to have you in our neck of the woods,” she says. “Bring your sweetie, bring your mom, bring your cousins, bring a group of old friends.” Well, if that isn’t a warm welcome!
Check out which dates it’s open to the public, but even if part of your stay includes one of the days The Lodge is closed, Dee promises you will not get bored: “There’s plenty to do (and eat) both inside The Merc and around Osage County.” She also includes lots of information about visiting, such as where to stay, nearby attractions, and more.
Okay, time to get this on the calendar…ready, set, GO!