Ree Drummond / The Pioneer Woman

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Ree Drummond is living in a ranch in Oklahoma. In 2010, her name was included in the list of the Top 25 Web Celebrities created by Forbes, and she was one of only 4 women in that list. Ree Drummond is well known for her blog called “The Pioneer Woman”, where she discussed her experience as a ranch woman, wife and mother. In 2009, her blog was even awarded with the Weblog of the Year award. She got the same award in 2010 as well as 2011.

In 2009, Ree Drummond also published her first cook book which was called “The Pioneer Woman Cooks: Recipes from an Accidental Country Girl”. Three years later, Ree Drummond published her second cook book called “The Pioneer Woman Cooks: Food from My Frontier”. The sales of her books have also served as an important source of Ree Drummond net worth.

7-Can Soup recipe from Ree Drummond via Food Network

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Ree Drummond is a writer, known for The Pioneer Woman (2011), Thanksgiving Live! (2012) and Home & Family (2012). She has been married to Ladd Drummond since September 21, 1996. They have four children. See full bio »
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It has been estimated that the overall amount of Ree Drummond net worth is as high as 8 million dollars. She has become famous because of her career as a blogger. This career of hers has also been awarded. Ree Drummond has also become a best selling writer on the New York Times Best-seller list. In addition, she is a photographer and food writer. Ree Drummond has appeared in many TV shows, which have also added up to the total sum of Ree Drummond net worth.

Ree Drummond is NOT a real "Pioneer Woman." My father's mother was a real Oklahoma Territory Pioneer Woman. Mrs. Drummond is a city gal who married into a rich ranching family in Osage County. The US Government even pays them to keep wild horses on their ranches.