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The Cowboy Vaqueros 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:

  • Burrito Bites
  • Oatmeal Biscuits
  • Cowboy Beef Brisket
  • Tucumcari Baked Beans w/Green Chiles
  • Honey Drop Cookies
  • Cowboy Caramel Coffee

Appetizer and Snack
Burrito Bites
Ingredients: flour tortilla, prepared yellow mustard, deli-style country ham, Swiss Cheese, and lettuce leaves.
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Oatmeal Biscuits
Ingredients: Original Bisquick mix, milk, and quick-cooking oats.
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Main Dishc
Cowboy Beef Brisket
Ingredients: boneless beef brisket, onion, paprika, freshly ground black pepper, water, and prepared steak sauce. BarBQ Sauce: onion, butter, ketchup, brown sugar, and crushed red pepper.
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Side Dish
Tucumcari Baked Beans w/Green Chiles
Ingredients: dried navy beans, pinto beans, bacon slices, medium onion, brown sugar, molasses, salt, prepared mustard, pepper, and green chiles.
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Honey Drop Cookies
Ingredients: margarine, honey, eggs, sifted all-purpose flour, nutmeg, baking powder, salt, baking soda, seedless raisins, and vanilla.
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Cowboy Caramel Coffee
Ingredients: ground coffee, caramel ice cream topping, water, Whipped Topping, and chopped chocolate-covered toffee.
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Cowboy Did You Know
By the 1880s, the expansion of the cattle industry resulted in a need for additional open range. Thus many ranchers expanded into the northwest, where there were still large tracts of unsettled grassland. Texas cattle were herded north, into the Rocky Mountain west and the Dakotas. The cowboy adapted much of his gear to the colder conditions, and westward movement of the industry also led to intermingling of regional traditions from California to Texas, often with the cowboy taking the most useful elements of each.

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