Happy flying! “Pioneer Woman” Ree Drummond said goodbye to Oklahoma this morning as she flew out of Tulsa International Airport.
While Drummond didn’t share her destination, she did snap a shot of her travels and post it on Instagram. In the photo, we see an issue of Time magazine featuring Jane Goodall on the cover. Apparently, Drummond wants to know what her followers’ “flying rituals” are when they travel.
“Do you have a flying ritual that calms your nerves, makes you feel better about leaving home for a few days, and keeps your mind (and central nervous system) in check? Mine is buying a copy of Time magazine. Well, and string cheese and gum, too,” the “Pioneer Woman” shared in her caption.
Sounds like she’s not too fond of flying. But for a woman with several best-selling cookbooks, apparel, a cooking show, and a new movie, “Pioneer Woman” Ree Drummond must be in and out of airports all the time.
One of Drummond’s friends commented that alcohol is her flying ritual, causing the cooking star to reply, “It’s too early. I think?” She did post the pic at 9 a.m. EST, after all.
A different fan suggested Bloody Marys, while another said “airport rules are like vacation rules.”
The original commenter wrote, “There are no rules in the airport. It’s like international waters.” But she quickly followed up with another comment saying, “Don’t listen to me Ree, I’m a bad influence!”
We’ll have to wait until “Pioneer Woman” Ree Drummond’s flight lands to know if she had that drink or not.
‘Pioneer Woman’ Ree Drummond Shares Hilariously Hot Outtake
“Pioneer Woman” Ree Drummond brought the heat to the kitchen in a hilarious and honest blooper clip from her Food Network cooking show. She tried to make a delectable s’mores dish, but they quickly caught fire in the middle of filming.
Drummond posted the clip to her Instagram page along with a funny and heartfelt caption about her show.
“Tomorrow (Saturday) morning, this episode of The Pioneer Woman airs on @foodnetwork and the funniest thing about it isn’t that I caught a pan of s’mores toast on fire. Or that I named the episode ‘Let’s Get Toasted’ (True story, look in your TV guide),” Drummond shared. “It’s that after I put the fire out, I said (of the broiler) ‘I had no idea it was so hot!’ It’s like saying I had no idea the swimming pool was so wet.”
The “Pioneer Woman” continued, “Also, kudos to Food Network for keeping this stuff in my shows now and not editing it out. I think they realized along the way that if they edited it all out, there wouldn’t be enough footage for a full 30-minute show because well…this happens more than you’d think.”
We’ve all been there, Ree. And we’re happy to see the authenticity and genuine effort she puts into her cooking on the show.