Cowboy Stew

Author: Montana Gross
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ISBN: 9781545474471
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With one Kid's Western (A Ride on a Quarter Horse) under her belt, Montana Gross has done it a second time with this great stories about meals on the Trail!

Braises And Stews

Author: Tori Ritchie
Publisher: Chronicle Books
ISBN: 1452125058
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... 105 Beef Stew with Caramelized Onions and Red Wine, 30 Harvest Pork Stew
with Pumpkin, 45 Pork Stew with Tomatillos, 42 Portuguese Clam and Sausage
Stew, 91 Rich Red Cowboy Stew, 32 Sicilian Swordfish Stew, 85 Spring Lamb
Stew with Artichokes and Leeks, 51 Spring Stew of Favas, Artichokes, and Fresh
Peas (La Vignarola), 113 Summer Stew with Halibut, 83 Tuscan Chicken Stew,
70 Veal Stew with Marsala and Mushrooms, 34 Winter Market Chicken, 64
Stracotto, ...

Fandango Stew

Author: David Davis
Publisher:
ISBN: 9781454916802
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Penniless Slim and his grandson Luis ride into the unwelcoming western town of Skinflint, rustling up a delicious meal for all its citizens out of one lone bean, in a trickster tale with a message about sharing and community building.

Vocabulario Vaquero Cowboy Talk

Author: Robert N. Smead
Publisher: University of Oklahoma Press
ISBN: 9780806136318
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cowboy pants: Colorado: 1967-68. Strong work trousers made of heavy fabric.
cowboy pen: DARE: 1961 . A stick used for writing in the soil. cowboy potatoes:
Texas: 1967. As the DARE notes, this term referred to a variety of fried potatoes
favored by cowboys. cowboy preacher: Colorado: 1967. Generally, "an
unprofessional, part-time lay preacher," according to the DARE. cowboy's delight:
Wyoming: 1960. A variety of mallow from the herb family Malvaceae. cowboy
stew: Texas: 1967.

Cajun Foodways

Author: C. Paige Gutierrez
Publisher: Univ. Press of Mississippi
ISBN: 9781604736021
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Stews do not contain vegetables other than seasoning vegetables, but Irish po—
tatoes can be made into a potato stew, which is served over rice. Common types
of stew include chicken, pork, shrimp, crawfish, crab, and game. The small,
perishable parts of a freshly butchered cow (the heart, spleen, kidneys, and
perhaps part of the liver) were traditionally used to make “cowboy stew” as an on-
the-spot meal for the participants in old~fashioned boucheries. Prairie Cajuns of
the 1940s ...

Feast Of Santa Fe

Author: Huntley Dent
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 0671873024
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The choice of meat used in cowboy stews depended on the season. Christmas
and New Year's coincided with the calving season, and therefore the choicest
newborn veal could be used. If the weather was so forbidding that calf
slaughtering was out of the question, then the meat might be jerky or the cured
came adovada described below, using flanked beef instead of pork. Range-fed
beef, eaten the rest of the year, tended to be tough and sinewy, so it was either
pounded well before ...

Sarah Ruhl

Author: James Al-Shamma
Publisher: McFarland
ISBN: 0786484780
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Cowboy. Stew. Swirling. Broth: The. Ruhl. Recipe. Tony Kushner has famously
compared a good play to a good lasagna. Both should be overstuffed to the point
of collapse, and just barely held together by “culinary engineering magic” (“On
Pretentiousness,” 61–2). A Ruhl play, however, is more like a clear soup than an
overstuffed lasagna. In Late: a cowboy song, Mary appreciates a broth in which “
bright and clear” vegetables are separately suspended (141). Rather than ...

Tumbleweed Stew

Author: Susan Stevens Crummel
Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
ISBN: 9780152048303
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A tasty treat from a favorite author-illustrator team

Early Tejano Ranching

Author: Andrés Sáenz
Publisher: Texas A&M University Press
ISBN: 9781585441631
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For the main meals, the women boiled the rice, beans, and other foods, such as
cowboy stew (came guisada), ground meat, hash (picadillo), or jerky stew (
caldillo con came seca). The meat usually came from a sheep, goat, calf, or small
hog. Some animal was usually killed daily, since venison, wild turkey, rabbit,
quail, and other kinds of wild meat were plentiful. When there were not many
people eating, the leftover meat was shared with brothers and sisters who lived
nearby. Before ...

Aff Word

Author: Arizona Friends of Folklore
Publisher:
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ETHNO CUISINE: SON-OF-A-BITCH STEW The price of meat in our own day
makes it impossible to prove that a steady diet of steak can become bland, but it
would seem that it was possible for the cowboy to eventually become bored with
prime cuts of beef cooked rare. Western cooks have come up with a perfect
solution to this problem by allowing the cook to vary his beef menu and at the
same time make maximum use of the butchered animal. One of the best solutions
for the ...