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Old Tombstone Cowboy Menu

You will find easy and delicious Cowboy & Western Cooking recipes.  You choose a dish suggestion that works for you, and then add the suggested side, salad, and even a terrific dessert. Good eating!

Cowboy Cookin' Recipes from AlansKitchen.comThis menu includes these recipes:

  • Old Tombstone Cracker Jacks
  • Hondo's Dutch Oven Biscuits
  • Dutch Oven Swiss Steak
  • Rex Allen's Cream Cheese Mashed Potatoes
  • Silver Dollar Pina Colada Cake
  • Old West Hot Mulled Grape Juice

Appetizer and Snack
Old Tombstone Cracker Jacks
Ingredients: molasses, salt, sugar, butter, and popcorn.
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Hondo's Dutch Oven Biscuits
Ingredients: all-purpose flour, baking powder, sugar, salt, vegetable shortening, and milk.
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Main Dishc
Dutch Oven Swiss Steak
Ingredients: round steak - 1-inch thick, all-purpose flour, salt, pepper, butter, boiling water, and bay leaf.
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Side Dish
Rex Allen's Cream Cheese Mashed Potatoes
Ingredients: all-purpose potatoes, chive and onion cream cheese spread, milk, and salt.
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Silver Dollar Pina Colada Cake
Ingredients: box white extra moist cake mix, condensed milk, cream of coconut, can or small bag coconut, and Cool Whip.
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Old West Hot Mulled Grape Juice
Ingredients: cinnamon, cloves, allspice, grape juice, and sugar.
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Cowboy Did You Know?
In the summer of 1877, prospector Ed Schieffelin was working the hills east of the San Pedro River when he struck a vein of silver ore in a high plateau called Goose Flats. While telling a soldier about his discovery, the soldier allegedly stated that the only rock Schieffelin was likely to collect in that dangerous area would be his own tombstone. Undeterred by the warning, Schieffelin filed his claim under the name "The Tombstone."

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