Ribeyes & Cowtales
by Jerry Baird
A great collection of tried and true recipes and by this
World Champion chuckwagon cook. Included along with these proven recpies
are great stories about Baird's life around a campfire.
This book it topped off with awesome photographs by
Michael Shaw. Hardback.
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The Big Texas Steak House Cookbook
by Helen Thompson and Janice Shay
From rib-eyes to T-bones to beef brisket and chili, this cookbook
compiles the best dishes from the best steakhouses in Texas.
Delectable photographs accompany the recipes along with information on
rubs and pointers on grilling verses pan-frying. It is also a great
travel guide to legendary steakhouses of Texas.
The Pioneer Woman Cooks
by Ree Drummond
This book is a homespun collection of photography, rural stories and scrumptious
recipes that have defined the experience of this once L.A. vegetarian
who fell in love with a rural living rancher.
Great photographs and tales from this "accidental ranch wife".
The Pioneer Woman Cooks
Food From My Frontier
by Ree Drummond
The second cookbook by the Pioneer Woman, the recipes in this book
have detailed step-by-step photographs and one other important quality in common:
They are guaranteed to make your kids, sweetheart, dinner guests, in-laws,
friends, cousins or resident cowboy smile, sigh and beg for seconds.
Cooking the Cowboy Way
Recipes Inspired by Campfires, Chuck Wagons and Ranch Kitchens
by Grady Spears
with June Naylor
A journey around the country to amazing places
full of food, history and people who have
an apprectation for the land. Each chapter focuses
on a different location, including the Wildcatter Cattle Ranch in Graham, Texas;
the Bellamy Brothers Ranch in Darby, Florida;
the Homeplace Ranch in Alberta, Canada;
Rancho de la Osa in Tuscon, Arizona; and more. Hardback .
Barbecue, Biscuits and Beans
Bill Cauble & Cliff Teinert
Over 190 pages of chuckwagon secrets, tips and the history
behind chuckwagon cooking. 180 recipes from simple to elegant,
265 striking photographs that capture the cowboy likestyle
and advice on wood selection and grilling methods.
Hardback and Paperback
Legendary Texas Cusine
by Mike Micallef
A collection of recipes from the famous Reata restaurants
of Alpine and Fort Worth. The Reata menus combine
traditional Texas fare with fresh culinary trends.
The most popular dishes are shown along with
top-class photography and cooking tips. Hardback.
Texas Cowboy Cooking
by Tom Perini
This cookbook bridges the gap between life on
the trail and in the backyard. From Jalepeno
Bites to Ranch-Roasted Ribeye to Tom's classic
Bread Pudding with Whiskey Sauce, Texas Cowboy Cooking
is full of recipes for everything from a
light lunch to a holiday feast.
Cooking With Texas Highways
Edited by Nola McKey
Cooking with Texas Highways samples all the major
ethnic cuisines of the state with recipes from home
cooks, well-known chefs, and popular restaurants.
It offers a varied and intriguing selection of snacks
and beverages, breads, soups and salads, main dishes,
vegetables and sides, sauces and spreads, desserts and more.
Texas On The Plate
By Terry Thompson-Anderson
In Texas on a Plate, executive chef and
cookbook author Terry Thompson-Anderson demonstrates her flair
for combining unusual flavors and diverse ethnic cooking
styles to create exciting examples of the new Texas Cusine.
Among more the more than 150 recipes are upscale
interpretations of traditional favorites like chili and barbecued
brisket as well as adventourous dishes such as
Grilled Portbello Pizzas, Shark Steaks Grilled in Hoja
Santa with Sun-Dried Tomato and Walnut Pesto,
Texas Chicken-Fried Rib-Eye with Tabasco Cream
Gravy, Quinoa with Lentils and Curry, and Texas Trifle
with Raspberries and Custard Cream. In addition
to professional cooking tips, the book includes wine
lists and tasting notes that highlight many of
the state's award-winning wines.
The Complete Sourdough Cookbook
by Don and Myrtle Holm
Authentic and original sourdough recipes from the Old West. Paperback.
Sowbelly and Sourdough
Original recipes from the trail drives and cow camps fo the 1800's.
by Sue Cunningham & Jean Cates
Written by the daughters of the late Dick Shepherd.
Recipes from consistent winners at chuckwagon cooking competions.
More Chuckwagon Recipes
by Sue Cunningham and Jean Cates
More recpies from these award winning Chuckwagon cooks
A Taste of Texas Ranching
by Tom Bryant & Joel Bernstein
Stories of 30 Texas ranches and their favorite recipes.
The All American Cowboy Cookbook
By Ken Beck and Jim Clark
The All American Cowboy Cookbook is filled to the brim
with favorite recipes from the country's most famous
western stars- from Silver Screen and television to rodeo
heroes and cooks on real working ranches, as well as recipes
from some of thebest cowboy balladeers over to lasso a microphone.
The Texas Cowboy Cookbook
By: Robb Walsh
Bring the spirit of the Wild West to your
home kitchen with this easy-to-follow guide
to hearty cowboy cooking. Robb Walsh author of the
Tex-Mex Cookbook, has dug deep into the food history
of Texas to find authentic dishes from Mexican,
African American, Cajun, and Anglo-Southern cowboy cooks.
The Great Steak Book
by Grady Spears
Grady shares his secrets of what to do when
marinating, what cuts are the best, and how to cook them.
by Grady Spears and Brigit L. Binns
Boot Scootin' Beverages and Tasty Vittles from the Wild West.
Cast Iron Cooking
by Chef John Folse
A historical collection from America's culinary regions.
Come an' Get It
by Ramon F. Adams
The story of a salty cowboy range cook
that follows the evolution of the chuckwagon
and its relation to the cattle industry.