Real cowboys can ride, shoot, rope . . . and cook!
Whether they are riding the range under a blazing Texas sun or a cool Montana moon, or working on a hollywood sound stage, cowboys and cowgirls can work up a hearty appetite. The All-American Cowboy Cookbook is filled to the brim with favorite recipes from the country's most famous western stars―from the Silver Screen and television to rodeo heroes and cooks on real working ranches, as well as recipes from some of the best cowboy balladeers ever to lasso a microphone.
Inside you will find a variety of cowboy fare―from John Wayne's favorite grits recipe to James Arness's Gunsmokin' Chili and Clint Eastwood's Spaghetti Western. Here too are chicken and dumplings from Roy Rogers, chilies rellenos from James Garner, and cherished family recipes from Annie Oakley star Gail Davis. There's much more including a breakfast delight from Gregory Peck, Walter Brennan's clam showder, and Gene Autry's delicious peanut butter pie.
Singers George Strait, Johnny Cash, Waylon Jennings, and Michael Martin Murphey are among those who have shared their mouth-watering recipes. And your taste buds will giddyup for recipes from Brooks & Dunn, Patsy Montana, Randolph Scott, the Sons of the Pioneers and a corral full of more than 150 other cowboy stars.
Loaded with nearly 200 classic photographs and saddlebags full of Old West memories and fun trivia teasers, The All-American Cowboy Cookbook is sure to cause a stampede to the dinner table when you holler, "Come and git it!"
|Contributor(s)||Ken Beck , Jim Clark|
|About the Contributor(s)||Ken Beck
Ken Beck is an editor for The Tennesseean in Nashville, Tennessee, and a freelance writer. With coauthor Jim Clark, he has written Aunt Bee's Mayberry Cookbook, The All-American Cowboy Cookbook, Mary Ann's Gilligan's Island Cookbook, Aunt Bee's Delightful Desserts, Aunt Bee's Mealtime in Mayberry, and Mayberry Memories.
Jim Clark founded The Andy Griffith Show Rerun Watchers Club in 1979 and has written numerous books, including eight related to The Andy Griffith Show. He lives in Nashville, Tennessee.
|Publish Date||Sep 28, 2000|