The food, along with some recipe histories and tidbits of ranch-lore, make this cookbook a must have
This delightful, easy cookbook for children combines fact with flavor to teach children about Yellowstone's natural features, geologic story, wildlife, and human history.
In Growing a Farmer, Kurt Timmermeister recounted the toil and joy of wrestling an empty plot of land on Vashon Island, Washington, into a dairy farm. Now he tells the story of a feast made from only what the farm provides. But the story of the meal begins two years earlier with the birth of a calf, Alice.
2012 IPPY Bronze Award in the Cookbook category (Independent Publisher Book Awards)
ForeWord Reviews 2012 Book of the Year Award Finalist (TBA)
2013 James Beard Foundation Book Awards, Nominee Finalist
"Alpine Cookbook" combines original cooking traditions with modern ideas in more than 110 delicious recipes from the Alps.
Packed with a mix of traditional culinary treasures and those beyond the classics, "Alpine Cookbook" includes more than 110 recipes from Bavaria, Austria, and Switzerland, and highlights the variety of dishes this regional cuisine has to offer.
From chuckwagon recipes to dutch-oven favorites for your own campfire, The Cowboy's Cookbook features recipes, photos, and lore celebrating the cowboy's role in the shaping of the American West.
For more than 100 years Chico Hot Springs Lodge, nestled below Emigrant Peak in Montana's Paradise Valley, has enticed visitors from far and near with its exquisite service and fine dining. Most folks come for the natural hot water pools, but it's Chico's rustic charm and unpretentious glamour that draw visitors again and again.
Take a dash of western myth, a healthy sprinkle of vintage photographs, and a dollop of tall tales and instructional sidebars, simmer with a delicious selection of western recipes, and, voila The Cowgirl's Cookbook.
Tourists frequently travel to the northwestern states for one reason: to pick huckleberries. It is a huge industry in the Rocky Mountain states, especially Montana, Oregon, and Washington, where the weather is perfect for producing beautiful dark berries.