Pioneer Woman’s Cow Pattie Cuisine

Cow Pattie Cuisine 

[ kou, pat-ee, kwi-zeen]  

cow  pat•tie  cui•sine

-noun

1. a style of cooking noted for its bastardization of a recipe particularly in the absence of specified ingredients;  

2. an elementary approach to cooking;

3. of or pertaining to the Pioneer Woman

Yesterday the Pioneer Woman re-hashed retro yet again.  Her (or someone else’s) recipe for Key Lime Pie leads with a shout out to the critics as Drummond warns the “strict adherents” this version does not contain anything remotely resembling Key West’s native citrus.  Then why call it Key Lime Pie? 

It totally escapes me how someone could name a recipe for something it lacks. Unlike widely available Persian limes, Key limes have limited distribution outside their local growing regions. Their (more…)

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