End of the Trail Eats: Cowboy-Approved Recipes from the Cowtown Cafe to the Saloon

End of the Trail Eats: Cowboy-Approved Recipes from the Cowtown Cafe to the Saloon

by Natalie Bright
End of the Trail Eats: Cowboy-Approved Recipes from the Cowtown Cafe to the Saloon

End of the Trail Eats: Cowboy-Approved Recipes from the Cowtown Cafe to the Saloon

by Natalie Bright

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Overview

Life in the saddle tested the toughest men on the trail and the food they consumed during the greatest controlled movement of Texas Longhorns was equally as hearty. Tired of beans and sourdough biscuits, dining establishments located at the railhead shipping points swarmed with trail-weary wranglers eager for a fine meal. This is authentic and original trail driving cooking at its finest. No matter where you are, whether a campsite pit, grill, or home stove using your grandmother’s best cast iron, these recipes are suitable for the modern kitchen.

Discover the iconic taste of the American West with these 80 wrangler-tested and approved recipes from mule-powered chuck wagons to cowtown cafes. In End of the Trail Eats, Natalie Bright has compiled a collection of dishes from ranch kitchens, saloons, supply stations, cowtown cafes, and cook shacks. Sprinkled with archival photographs, Old West history, first-hand accounts, and profiles of the cooks who keep the traditions alive, this cookbook has something for everyone.


Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781493077007
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc.
Publication date: 04/01/2024
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: eBook
Pages: 172
File size: 9 MB

About the Author

Natalie Bright is a freelance writer, blogger, and author of twenty books for kids and adults. Her first cookbook for TwoDot, Keep ‘Em Full and Keep ‘Em Rollin’, won a first place Will Rogers Medallion Award. She serves on the Board of Directors of Western Writers of America and is a member of Women Writing the West and the American Chuck Wagon Association. Texas High Plains Writers honored her with its 2022 lifetime achievement award. She and her husband own a cow/calf operation in the Texas Panhandle raising all-natural grass-fed Angus beef. They have two sons.

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