That chicken cordon bleu casserole actually looked good, and it made me think about making it sometime soon. I was afraid though that it was just going to consist of chicken, ham, swiss cheese and crunchy panko topping. I really thought she wasn't going to make a sauce for it, but luckily she did.
When she put that casserole in the the oven, I wondered if it was going to shatter like my sister's did over Christmas. She bought that same looking dish and when she put it in the oven it shattered...mind you this was at 350 degrees and wasn't going straight from the fridge/freezer to the oven or anything like that...oh Ree Drummond and your cheap products.
That bean and bacon soup looked good, but I hate beans, other than green, so eh... I would at least try it w/ the broth and all.
When she served it to Ladd he did not look impressed or that he was in the mood to eat soup.
Her comment on Ladd "looking hot" was awkward, and I love that he laughed it off. One could read something into their stilted interactions, but eh...not today.
Tamale pie looked gross, and that masa mixture looked off and really undercooked. It needed to be more golden in my opinion.
When Ree went out to start his truck, first thing was I was shocked she wasn't in some fancy negligee under that robe so we could see how sexy she was. Second I was hoping that she didn't lock the keys in the truck after starting it for Ladd to get warm. Third, I thought how funny would it be if some prowler was on the ranch and ended up stealing the truck.
Once again, Ladd and his tips/techniques are the most informative thing on this show.