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Chase Reynolds Ewald is a freelance writer and photographer in Cody, Wyo., where she also is the director of the Breteche Creek Foundation, a nonprofit educational guest ranch. Breteche is a 7,000-acre cattle ranch in a dramatic mountain setting halfway between Yellowstone Park and Cody. While Breteche Creek operates akin to a traditional dude ranch to offer guests the opportunity to master horseback riding and the fine art of "pushing cows", it also has a superlative kitchen. What makes it different is they also offer education in natural history and regional culture. Most guests arrive expecting meat and 'taters and leave with an appreciation of the fine food they have been served. In the historic West, recipes came from indigenous cultures as well as from the homelands of the settlers: New England, the South, the Southwest, Europe, Scandinavia, China, and Mexico. Recipes took on regional flavor when adapted with ingredients at hand. Pioneer women were experts with making due with what was in their larders. This cookbook will take your taste buds for a bronco-bucking ride; Cowboy Cookies, Breteche Bars, Cobblers and Crisps with a Wester Twist, and a host of Comforting Custards. Specialty Surprise Endings from new western cowboy chic restaurants are also included.
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Book Description Gibbs Smith, 1999. Hardcover. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0879059176
Book Description Gibbs Smith, 1999. Hardcover. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P110879059176