Zane Grey Cookbook

The Zane Grey Cookbook inspired this cookbook with fish, fowl, game and western favorites for cooking outdoors or in the kitchen. Grey was a famed author of western novels. If you enjoy exploring new game recipes, this cookbook offers many selections. 


Format: Hardcover with dust jacket and plastic protective sleeve, 239 pages 

Copyright: 1976 

Publisher: Prentice-Hall 

Author: Barbara Reiger and George Reiger 

ISBN: 9780139837593

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Description: Zane Grey was not only America's pre-eminent writer of Western novels, but was also one of the country's most famous outdoorsmen, as well as a pioneer hunter and fisherman. 

Now this bigger-than-life personality has inspired a cookbook equal to his reputation. The Zane Grey Cookbook is a new and exuberant look at cooking -- the most comprehensive book of its kind ever produced. There are solid sections on big and small game -- duck, pheasant, rabbit, squirrel, venison -- even such exotic fare as bear stew, elk heart pie, and buffalo burgers. The shellfish and fish sections are awesome, including steamed mussels and clams, sauteed soft-shell crabs, and everything from fried catfish, Dolly Grey's boiled bass, baked shad, and grilled bluefish, to barbecued steelhead trout and snapping turtle steaks. 

For the dedicated Zane Grey Western appetite there are such authentic chuckwagon dishes as steak in chaps, Navajo stew, plainsman steak, and Jesse Jones' buffalo tongue. And lest it be forgotten that Tahiti was one of Zane Grey's perennial fishing haunts, there is even a selection of his favorite South Sea recipes. 


Condition: Dust jacket has small tears. Further good condition. 


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