If you're a fan of The Pioneer Woman, you know she usually films her show in The Lodge, a guest house on her Oklahoma property. That's why her recent Instagram post featuring her real-life kitchen was so exciting – fans are finally getting a chance to see where Ree Drummond cooks, and the reason why is surprising.
As Drummond wrote in her post, the video featuring her home kitchen was shot last week for Land 'O Lakes. You know, the butter company. She's partnered with them several times before, creating recipes like Chicken Broccolini and Browned Butter Risotto with their products. The company was also a major advertiser in Drummond's debut Pioneer Woman magazine.
While she hasn't announced any other details about the video yet (besides noting that the recipe is yummy!), we're all for it if it means opening up her kitchen to curious eyes. The full video will be up sometime next week, but for now we're taking notes on what we've seen so far.
In the post, Drummond is seen in front of a beautiful stained-glass door, cooking on a spacious kitchen island with barstools ... maybe her kids hang out there while mom cooks? Her glass-panel cabinet doors reveal colorful plates and lots of cooking supplies and you can see a bright blue KitchenAid mixer on her counter.
Though you can't see it in the photo, the down-to-earth author and show host d her struggle with one kitchen appliance in particular: her oven. It kept shutting off mid-shoot, which is apparently a regular occurrence for Drummond. By now, she's used to resetting a breaker as she cooks.
"This has been going on for a year," Drummond wrote. "I guess I just decided along the way that flipping a breaker to use my oven is normal?"
Next time you accidentally burn dinner, just remember, even famous chefs have trouble in the kitchen sometimes.