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Big Sky Cooking Meredith Auld Brokaw

Big Sky Cooking

Meredith Auld Brokaw

Published
ISBN : 9781579652685
Hardcover
224 pages
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The West has a permanent pull on the American psyche. Its the place where the prairie meets the mountains, the mountains meet the sky, and the sky goes on forever. Its the home of our legends, our heroes and outlaws, our romanticized past.MeredithMoreThe West has a permanent pull on the American psyche. Its the place where the prairie meets the mountains, the mountains meet the sky, and the sky goes on forever. Its the home of our legends, our heroes and outlaws, our romanticized past.Meredith and Tom Brokaw could feel the attraction all the way from their home in New York City. Native South Dakotans, they had settled into a frenetic Manhattan lifestyle, tempered by frequent visits to Montana, until Tom could no longer resist. He convinced Meredith to join him in buying a ranch north of Yellowstone. Meredith, in turn, convinced her friend, passionate cook Ellen Wright, to come and discover for herself the bounty of the region—its trout, bison, and elk- locally raised poultry- native fruits and vegetables. The result is Big Sky Cooking, a personal story of this Montana experience told through delicious recipes and menus, charming reflections, and glorious color photographs.Nearly one hundred recipes, from new dishes to family standbys to reinterpreted classics, are organized into twenty menus that let you dip into the western lifestyle for any occasion: from a sunrise breakfast with eggs straight from the chicken coop to a picnic on the fly, from a rodeo dinner to a moonlight supper under the stars. The food is straightforward, unpretentious fare, as honest as Montanans and guaranteed to make every hour of the day an opportunity to enjoy the good life.Along the way youll be introduced to the regions charms: its slow rhythms, its work ethic, the influences of the ancient people and European settlers who formed the present-day state, the neighbors who live two hours away, the glow at dusk thats so extraordinary it has its own name.