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Cowboys, Cookbooks and A Giveaway!

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We’re excited to feature a new cookbook from our friend Kent Rollins, the Chuckwagon Cook of Oklahoma. One peek inside this book and your taste buds will be on alert!

A Taste of Cowboy Cookbook from Kent RollinsA Taste of Cowboy features 256 pages brimming with more than 90 recipes, full-color food and scenery photography, cowboy wit and wisdom, wagon remedies and more. The recipes involve simple pantry ingredients. You will find cowboy favorites, family recipes, and wholesome comfort food.

“I’ve cooked for and cowboyed on different ranches across the New Mexico, Kansas, Texas and Oklahoma areas, and with that comes a lot of tales of where I’ve been and what I’ve seen. I have had to chop ice to make coffee water, been in dirt storms so bad I had to light a lantern in the middle of the day. The stories are important because they represent the authentic cowboy way of life and describe cowboys and characters whose personalities and adventures color the West.”

If the food and stories don’t transport you to cow camp, surely the cookbook’s photos will. We’d like you to have a copy!

 

***CONTEST HAS ENDED***

Leave a comment telling us what cowboy food means to you.
A winner will be chosen at random on Friday, April 10, 2015.
Winner will receive a signed copy of Kent’s cowboy cookbook.

One entry/comment per person. Must be a U.S. resident and age 18 to enter.

Don’t trust your luck? Grab a copy of A Taste of Cowboy at Amazon or Barnes & Noble.

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Jennifer Kiko

Jennifer lives on a rural route with her husband, kids, horses, cows and faithful Labs, Cash and Carter. She's an aspiring foodie and enjoys making good food for great friends. She lives next door to a winery, plays the piano, and admits to growing too many tomatoes.

9 thoughts on “Cowboys, Cookbooks and A Giveaway!”

  1. Cowboy food to me means spring and fall works with lots of food! Neighbors neighboring up to help each other get the work done. The only expectation of pay is cowboy food.

  2. Cowboy food is hearty, not heavy, cooked outdoors for hungry, hard-working folks. It’s the glue that keeps body and soul together when the road is long and the ride is rough.

  3. Cowboy food means hearty stick to your ribs food that came from all your hard work and love of the land

  4. down home good ole comfort food thats easy and simple to make and enjoyable anyplace anytime

  5. Cooking “The Cowboy Way” – Truly the Only Way to honor and enjoy rich heritage, flavors, and friendship

  6. charcoal and wood chips – basics but basting is required, homemade season blends and fresh herbs

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