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This book reveals the sophisticated atmosphere unrivaled west of New Orleans and outside San Francisco during the late 1880s. Monahans detailed history of the people, restaurants, and hotels describes life in Tombstone, where six-shooters were on most mens hips, and miner picks were a common sight.
Restaurants varied from simple fare, to exotic creations, and included trendy French cooking, along with fresh oysters. Monahan painstakingly cataloged the essence of how the West Was Won by presenting facts about real people and places that shaped the most famous town in Arizona. Included are 140 recipes from the era with actual photos.
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This lively look at the boom years in Tombstone, Arizona, shines a light on its sophisticated eating establishments of the 1880s.About the Author:
Ms. Monahan works in the mortgage insurance industry, but her love of the old west and cooking, guided her toward writing. She writes a weekly column for the Tombstone Tumbleweed newspaper, and contributes to True West magazine. Currently she is working on her next exciting non-ficiton title about Tombstone's colorful past. Ms. Monahan is a member of Women Writing the West, Society of Southwestern Authors, Western Writers of America, and the National Outlaw-Lawmen Association. She and her husband reside in NC, but hope to retire to their 40 acres of ranch land, just outside Tombstone.
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Book Description Royal Spectrum Pub, 1998. Paperback. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P111889473979
Book Description Royal Spectrum Pub, 1998. Paperback. Condition: New. Seller Inventory # DADAX1889473979
Book Description Condition: New. New. Seller Inventory # STRM-1889473979
Book Description Royal Spectrum Pub, 1998. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1889473979