The preservation of western cultural and the American Cowboy. Sharing the history of the early trail drives, the Chuck Wagon and those who pioneered untamed land. The content is for educational and entertainment purposes. Cowboys and Chuck Wagon Cooking reviews cooking techniques, products and western gear which today is part of western life style. We hope you will enjoy your visit and look forward to comments, recipes and shared heritage. Thank you for your visit. Hope you follow us along the trail of news, stories and the Cowboy way.
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Monday, December 5, 2011

Friends Eat

So often I find myself fascinated with the stories of those who tamed the west. Although, while the west has long been tame, the culture continues to thrive.  History is always in the making whether it is the "Lone Cowgirl" or "The Way of the Chuckwagon."
When Editor in Chief Blanca Valbuena of Friends Eat took interest in interviewing Cowboys and Chuckwagon Cooking, I felt honored. Although this honor was not in our story, as much as the interest in the many stories that we have been entrusted to shared back to the world.  Honored for being part of the Cowboy Way of Life and how this culture of western heritage continues to romance the world.  The true Cowboy is the mentoring of  "Can Do" spirit. Getting the job done without giving up. The team work along with pride of  their heritage as they live by the code. For that, I am so honored to have had this opportunity to share.  So inspired, I look forward to the year to come and the many more stories as we move further along the trail.   
Interview with Cowboys and Chuckwagon Cooking 
Chuckwagon Cook Roger Edison and Son Austin Demo cooking along the cattle drives
Frank B. Hoffman (1888-1958) Chuck Wagon Campfire

Cowboys and Chuckwagon Cooking is an online blog providing stories of western heritage, culture and cooking. Insights from the history, to the modern day living about the cowboys and cowgirls who are making a difference. It's about music, fashion, food and the way of life as they follow chuck wagon competition, the cooks and promote the code of the west.

1 comment:

  1. Congratulations. I love this sight and your twist of early American cooking.
    Niki Post Falls, Idaho