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A local rancher and Texas Panhandle pioneer, Charles Goodnight, is credited with inventing the chuckwagon, an iconic part of the great cattle drives of the 19th and early 20th centuries, and a critical part of keeping cattle moving across the Great Plains. The fire-pit cooking techniques used to keep the hard-working cowhands fed are still popular today. And many experienced chuckwagon cooks are still hard at work todaychuckwagon cook-offs are a popular competitive arena for their skills.
Keep 'Em Full and Keep 'Em Moving: The All-American Chuckwagon Cookbook is full of more than 100 recipes and the histories of the ranches. It also includes first-hand accounts of life on the range from the men and women who worked them alongside archival images and stunning food photography.
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About the Author
Natalie Bright is a fifth-generation Texan with a BBA from WTSU, who currently serves on the Texas High Plains Writers Board as the Publicity Chair & Newsletter Editor. She and her husband run a cow/calf operation on 22,000 acres in the Texas Panhandle raising Age Verified, hormone-free, grass-fed red and black Angus beef. They have have two sons. She is a member of SCBWI, Women Writing the West, Oklahoma Writer’s Federation, and Panhandle Professional Writers