The All American Cowboy Cookbook Plastic Comb – Sep 26 2000
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About the Author
<strong>Ken Beck</strong> is an editor for The Tennesseean in Nashville, Tennessee, and a freelance writer.
With coauthor Jim Clark, he has written Aunt Bee's Mayberry Cookbook, The All-American Cowboy Cookbook, Mary Ann's Gilligan's Island Cookbook, Aunt Bee's Delightful Desserts, Aunt Bee's Mealtime in Mayberry, and Mayberry Memories.--This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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In a small mixing bowl, blend beans with 1/2 teaspoon cumin and 1/2 teaspoon garlic powder (add a little picante sauce if needed to make it spreadable). Read the first page
Front Cover | Copyright | Table of Contents | Excerpt | Index | Back Cover
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There's a whole section on chili, one of my favorite foods! I was very excited to find "Gene Autry's Texas Chili", and several from Roy Rogers too. There's recipes from all the greatest cowboys in there; from TV stars to rodeo champions, to just ranches who still love the American cowboy and his great food. There's a recipe from the show Gunsmoke, called "Gun-smokin' Chili", which I thought was really neat! The desserts are great as well (just like everything else in the book!). From pies to cakes to cookies and ice cream, it's got it all! I really love cowboys, and I am a cowgirl myself. I have my own horse, and wear a cowboy hat, boots, a leather belt and a big belt buckle with a horse on it every day. This All American Cowboy Cookbook really hit the spot! I can't wait to show it to my friend, who is also a cowgirl.
Secondly, the recipes are good whenever you want to whip something up. More than once I've wanted to cook something and found the recipe here when it wasn't in any of my other books. For example, when I wanted to make peanut butter pie, a favorite from when I was young, none of my other books had it; this has not one recipe but two, depending on how fancy you want to get with it. I guess it's not such a surprise, since the recipes are the favorites of the actors they describe, but all that I've cooked from this book have been good. Try the chorizo corn chili- fantastic!