I was mid-sentence and have a goofy look on my face, but wanted to show you a behind-the-scenes peek at a video I shot for @landolakesktchn last Friday. I'll post it next week (recipe is yummy!) but this video is notable because I shot it in my house rather than the Lodge, where we film my show! I had to walk around and make sure I'd picked up all the socks (and other things) off the floor first, but it was fun! Except my oven was acting up and I kept having to flip the breaker to finish the recipe. Oh, and this has been going on for a year. I guess I just decided along the way that flipping a breaker to use my oven is normal? Probably easier than getting the oven fixed! Thank you for listening.
Ree Drummond stepped out of the studio and into her own rarely seen kitchen for a recent video shoot. The food pro behind the wildly successful Pioneer Woman blog normally films in the Lodge, a guest house on her property, which means fans were overjoyed to finally get a long-desired peek into her personal cooking space. And it did not disappoint!
A cool grey-beige paint sets the tone in the inviting kitchen, which is marked by six-panel-glass cabinet doors and granite countertops. On-trend terra cotta tiles line the floor, and an island in the centre is perfect for food prep. It's topped with what appears to be a concrete counter. Stored along the wall are a colourful array of cooking supplies, including a cobalt blue Kitchen Aid mixer and red polka-dot storage tins. The standout feature, however, is a stunning stained glass door that opens right into the heart of the space. In short, the kitchen is stylish without being fussy, warm while still being trendsetting, and even better than we could've ever imagined.