This is Pioneer Woman's spicy pulled pork, made by braising meat for seven hours with chili powder and sugar, then tearing it into hunks and threads:
Gross picture, but yummy barbecue/carnitas. I couldn't decide if it belonged in a tortilla or one of the leftover puffy deli rolls so I ate it both ways on different days, and Isabel ate it cold, as a dip for corn chips.
Isabel baked Pioneer Woman's mocha frosted brownies
which are fantastic, if not as fantastic as Pioneer Woman's sheet cake, which Isabel also baked:
"Please make this cake today. I don't want you to live another day without it," Pioneer Woman writes. Pioneer Woman can lay it on pretty thick, but she's not overselling this cake. Please make this cake today. The recipe is here.
Okay, one caveat: I don't like chocolate and I loved this cake. It's one of those mellow, smooth chocolate cakes as opposed to one of the bitter and severe chocolate cakes. If you favor the latter, you may be disappointed.
As I type, Isabel is mixing the dough for Pioneer Woman's cinnamon rolls, the recipe for which calls for more than a pound of butter. I need either a new cookbook or new jeans.