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On the Pioneer Woman

the-pioneer-woman-150.jpgThe New Yorker takes a look at the rural appeal of food blogger Ree Drummond, aka the Pioneer Woman: "The Pioneer Woman is like an artifact from a more wholesome era: Ozzie and Harriet on a ranch...There is no serious conflict, no controversy, no cynicism, no snark...Because the Pioneer Woman’s housewifery is distinctly rural, it is exotic to her readers, many of whom log on from suburban or urban locales." [New Yorker]

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