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Pioneer Woman Ree Drummond will visit Pfeiffer Hall Nov. 28

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Above / Pioneer Woman Ree Drummond returns to Naperville for booksigning on Nov. 28, 2017, at Pfeiffer Hall 310 E. Benton Ave., on the campus of North Central College. (PN File Photo)

Anderson’s Bookshop, Naperville, is delighted to welcome back Pioneer Woman Ree Drummond, #1 New York Times bestselling author and Food Network television star. She’s an author, ranch wife, photographer, mother of four and an inspiration to her legion of fans! Now Drummond visits to celebrate her new cookbook, The Pioneer Woman Cooks: Come and Get It!

Drummond will be presenting her new book at Pfeiffer Hall, 310 E. Benton Ave., on the campus of North Central College in Naperville, at 7PM on Tues., Nov. 28.

Tickets are required and exclusively available at ReeAndersons.brownpapertickets.com. This event is presented by Anderson’s Bookshop, 123 W. Jefferson Ave. in downtown Naperville, (630) 355-2665 or online at www.andersonsbookshop.comThis will be Drummond’s fourth Anderson’s Bookshop-sponsored appearance.

About The Pioneer Woman Cooks: Come and Get It!   

For home cooks, nothing beats spending a long, leisurely day preparing dinner for your family while savoring every flavorful step. But let’s face it: Few of us really have the time to do that anymore, with school, sports, work, and activities pulling us in all directions. What busy home cooks really need are scrumptious, doable recipes to solve the challenge of feeding their families wholesome food that tastes great, day after day, week after week—without falling into a rut and relying on the same old rotation of meals.

Ree Drummond provides readers with her very best make-it-happen dishes, pulled from her own non-stop life as a devoted wife, mother of four, food lover, and businesswoman. The Pioneer Woman Cooks: Come and Get It! includes more than 125 of Drummond’s best solutions for tasty, nutritious meals (with minimal fuss!) for breakfast, lunch, or dinner.

With a mix of flavors that will please everyone, Drummond makes it easy to whip up delicious, simple, down-home recipes that go from stove without a lot of stress. Cooking should be a happy occasion! 

About Ree Drummond

 Ree Drummond is the #1 New York Times bestselling author of The Pioneer Woman Cooks, The Pioneer Woman Cooks: Food from My Frontier,  and The Pioneer Woman Cooks: A Year of Holidays. Drummond’s beloved website, The Pioneer Woman, was founded in 2006 and showcases her cooking, photography, and anecdotes about country life. Her cooking show, The Pioneer Woman, premiered on Food Network in 2011. Ree loves Ethel Merman songs, Lucille Ball, and The Godfather. She lives on a working cattle ranch in Oklahoma with her husband and four children.

About Anderson’s Bookshop, etc.

Ree Drummond’s upcoming visit is part of Anderson’s Bookshops’ calendar of special author events. Anderson’s Bookshops specialize in book sales, author events, book signings, and building a sense of community, learning and fun. The store has been helping Naperville readers for six generations. Additional locations include Downers Grove, at 5112 Main Street (630)-963-2665 and La Grange, at 26 S. La Grange Rd. (708) 582-6353. A toy shop, Anderson’s Toyshop, at 111 W. Jefferson Ave., in Naperville, opened in last year.

Story submitted by Candy Purdom for Anderson’s Bookshop.

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