The Canadian Cowboy Cookbook

The Canadian Cowboy Cookbook

From the Ranch to the Backyard

Book - 2014
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The iconic image of the dusty cowboy astride his horse, crooning to his herd, has captured people's imagination for well over a century. The heyday of the true cowboy may have ended long ago, but our fascination with that way of life lives on. Argenta's latest book, The Cowboy Cookbook,is a tip of the hat to all things cowboy, including archival photos and historical information interspersed with recipes to provide an intimate glimpse into lifeas it was on the range.Cowboy aficionados can now rustle up chow that would do even the crankiest chuckwagon cook proud and draw even the most rugged cowboy into thebuffet line. Some recipes are authentic cowboy fare, while others have a contemporary twist. The result is delicious food steeped in a romantic nostalgia of a bygone age recreated for a modern audience:* the pancake breakfast complete with flapjacks, sausages, scrambled eggs and coffee* cornbread biscuits, Johnny cake and hard tack* buckaroo burgers, hamburger hash and shepherd's pie* chuckwagon stew, baked beans and prairie oysters* Saskatoon cobbler, burnt sugar rolls and matrimonial cake.
Publisher: [Edmonton, Alberta] :, Argenta Press,, [2014]
Copyright Date: ©2014
ISBN: 9781772070095
Branch Call Number: 641. 5971 RAD
Characteristics: 160 pages : colour illustrations ; 23 cm

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Phil_R Jun 06, 2017

Deep fried everything and mini donuts? Not here. Impress your friends with some real cowboy meals this year.


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