COWzones

WOW, I reread my post from yesterday…

What a spaz…..who was that lady?

Pioneer Woman Nazi??? Who says that? Like anyone associated with Ree or any lover of Ree, could be a Nazi in any sense of the word. Please accept my apologies.

Then the whole Scott Baio confession…WOW…that was chancy. So if you read yesterdays post and you are back today you must really want this cookbook bad.

Scotts….?

By the way, if you haven’t gone to the Pioneer Woman’s site yet…today IS the day you might want to. She kinda sorta announced that they (as in Hollywood) are planning on making her book, (when she finishes it) Black Heels to Tractor Wheels, into A MOVIE!!!! Oh my, oh my…now my pits are pouring a river for Ree, GMA was nothing compared to this.

My silly girlfriend called me this morning, and said I had to get on The Pioneer Woman’s site and find out what was going on….The reason I call her my silly girlfriend, is she’s was talking like I had some part in this whole “movie” things because I am cooking through Ree’s cookbook! I am laughing out loud, right now.

Like… where do I fit into PW and Marlboro Mans love story?

That is just bust a gut funny!

She only commented once on my blog…we are not real life friends….but hmmmmm if I were to be cast in the movie…which I will not be….but completely whacked out, hypothetically, maybe if I were, who would play me?

OK, let us venture back to the real world, and talk about these calzones!

They were fantastic. Very meaty. Everyone in my family loved them. I even took some to the Recipe Party I went to. I cut them in fours so everyone could have a taste. They were a hit.

I said I would share the recipe I made, and took to the party….I will later. After this Sheila and Ree Project is done. I am looking forward to sharing some of my families favorites recipes with you. Until then it’s just me and P-dub!

I have to tell you I have been having computer problems….not sure why I feel the need to unload my computer whoas on you…but here goes. When I started this blogging thing we still had dial up.

Yes I said DIAL UP!

My computer connection was as slow as a slug in January!

To download a picture it took so long…I would do a load of laundry or vacuum a room as it downloaded. But now I have an air card….WOO WOO! Big hairy deal. If a plane flies over my bars take a dip and I loose everything I wrote! AAAAAaaah Waaahh. So, this happened to me the last two posts I wrote. I had them all written and Bye-Bye…Blip…they were gone! I have been stalking AT&T to try and get them to come back to my house. I live not far from civilization…in fact people 1/4 of a mile away have Comcast and U-verse and all that jazz. But because we don’t live in a neighborhood, and we live quite a way off the road they won’t come back to us….If any of you have some tricks or clues as to what I should do…I would be much obliged.

Comment for the chance to WIN! This signed cookbook could be worth some big-bucks after the movie comes out!!!

Have a great weekend!

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    Anonymous :

    Oh my goodness!!! Ironically enough, I tried to make these exact calzones 2 nights ago for dinner. Important word here, TRIED!!! What the heck, i tried soooo hard to make them as perfect as they are in the cookbook… NOT EVEN CLOSE!!! Yours look like diamonds compared to mine… Oh how my family would have loved to have eaten yours 2 night ago… I showed Dave the picture of yours and it didn't even register to him that is what he ate here… Kristen VanLaecke

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    Anonymous :

    They look awesome! I will have to give them a try. I did make her cinamon rolls> Very Yummy! They were a hit. Thanks for introducing her to me. Keep up the good work! Kristi Kamps

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    Anonymous :

    Who knew that they still have dial up????? I thought it was only air cards and DSL. I can only imagine what they will have when my daughter gets older and she has children what kind of technology they will have. Andrea Arnold

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    Friberg Clan :

    Silly…who ya calling Silly Willis! I know that you did not MAKE PW but you sure have played a role in getting her name/cookbook out to all of us. Maybe there will be a Black Heels to Tractor Wheels II, with your supporting role! Keep up your hard work….

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    The Segard Family :

    Your calzones looked beautiful!! How exciting about the movie. We may need to put your house in a no fly over zone!!!

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    Anonymous :

    Love your blog. Wish you could DSL. Use to have dial up and never want that again, but really it is better than no Internet. So fun to hear about your cooking through "The Book". Woudl love to win one.

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    Elsie :

    OH SHEILA….. DIAL UP!??? I FEEL SO BAD FOR YOU! have you tried http://www.hughesnet.com they claim you can get highdspeed where ever you are. anyway i hope you find something. i used to live in an area that did not have any highspeed. i would never go back to dial-up….. i hope it works. if not do a search.. i can't think of the one my mother in law went through when she lived in howard city. if i can get her to remember i will let ya know. πŸ™‚ good luck… dial-up is noooooo fun at all! i give you sooo much credit to have done all this with it. πŸ™‚ have a GREAT day!

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    dee :

    you can blog from my house:) i have high speed! and i am closer than panera bread and i will make you free lattes with double shots

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    Cheryl :

    I knew it was just a matter of time before the movie. How could it not happen, it is a perfect story.

    Can't wait to see your family favorite recipes, but I must say the Shelia & Ree project was fun to read and comment to.

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    Robin S. :

    So sorry for your computer woes! Dial-up! Wow. I have a friend out in the sticks in Marshall and she just got rid of the dial-up! I will see what she has. Making the calzones tonight for dinner. So fun about the movie, you never know, you might be a little sidebar in there πŸ™‚

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    Robin S. :

    Hey Sheila, my friend has Dishmail. Here is their scoop! Might be worth a call. Though she is really in the sticks, sounds like you aren't. But just might work.

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    Heather :

    I know what you mean about the Dial up, that is what we had until we moved last year, now I have comcast and I love it. My sister has the Verizon Air card and it works great, even when she can not talk on her phone out where she lives. Loving the Calzones, Think I might try to find one for lunch.

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    Lisa Mize :

    I'm going to Dee's for free latte's!!!

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    Btrflywmn :

    Loving your blog, I can't wait for the movie, so exciting. I would love to have a copy of the cookbook. Thanks for the chance.