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. From June's Ranch Beans to Joan's Chile Rellenos, Connie's Cackleberries on Toast to Rita's Tomato Mac 'n Cheese, these hearty fixin's will feed a city girl's fantasy as well as a country boy's belly. A sure favorite with locals and tourists alike, these recipes ain't just for trail drives no more
About the Author
Jill Stanford's lifelong ambition has been to be a cowgirl--but not just any cowgirl. She aspires to be Dale Evans, not a hair out of place, make up perfect, and song in her heart. And she aspires to be Fanny Sperry Steel, bronc riding champ of the early 20th century. She lives and writes in Sisters, Oregon.
"When a cowgirl dies and goes to Heaven, she does not get a halo. Instead, she gets a big, silver belt buckle."--from the Introduction