There is one thing that the Pioneer Woman Ree Drummond loves more than cooking, and that is her family. That includes her son-in-law Mauricio.
During the fall, Drummond can usually be seen watching football games on the weekend. One of her sons plays Division I ball at North Texas. Meanwhile, her youngest still plays high school ball. In fact, their last game was quite a big one. They took down the undefeated UTSA Roadrunners. However, it was while watching her hometown Huskie where Drummond snapped a great picture with her son-in-law.
Mauricio Scott and Alex Drummond got married earlier this year at Drummond’s ranch. It looks like he knows keeping your mother-in-law happy is important. Check out the picture below that Ree Drummond shared on Instagram.
The Pioneer Woman gave a great caption with the photo. “Find the kind of a son-in-law who carries your purse to the truck after a big game. It was packed full of cowbells and I guess he could tell I was struggling.”
So, Drummond is the cowbell provider it seems. That’s an important role for any high school football team. It also gives off very Mississippi State vibes. The Bulldogs love the chorus of bells when they play at home. It also sounds like the game went well. According to online results, Pawhuska High took down Elmore City-Pernell 47-0. That’s a whooping, especially in the midst of the quarterfinals of the playoff.
This weekend, the Pioneer Woman looks to have enjoyed time with her family. She only has one more kid in the house, Todd, who played Friday night. However, once he graduates, Ree and Ladd will be empty nesters.
‘Pioneer Woman’ Ree Drummond Enjoys Thanksgiving with Family
If you keep up with the Pioneer Woman on her Instagram page, then you might have caught some of her Thanksgiving posts. On her Instagram Story, there were lots of videos and pictures of the celebrations. From their family ranch in Osage County, the family got together. While her son Bryce was off winning college football games and becoming bowl eligible, the rest of the family got together.
Clearly, Mauricio and Alex made their way up from Dallas. Also, their foster son, Jamar, came back from the University of Central Oklahoma, and the two got a picture with one another. Todd was there, of course, since he lives at home still.
As for the Pioneer Woman’s opinion on Thanksgiving meals, that is rather simple for the Food Network star. She, of course, loves turkey. Then she says her cornbread dressing and mashed potatoes are must-haves. Not to mention the homemade cranberry sauce and her Nantucket cranberry pie. Now that sounds like a solid meal.