style number: 94032
Art of the Skull
Gibbs Smith Publishing
Published March 1, 2013
Hardcover, 112 pp.
From the Publisher:
From Day of the Dead to motorcycles and the “sickest headphones”—skulls rule! Laugh at Death over and over again through more than 250 fun, fabulous pictures of skulls in action—on the dance floor, in the parlor, zooming out of the garage, dangling from silver chains. These artisandesigned skulls range from heavy metal to granny-sweet dancing skeletons for wearing, decorating homes, scaring up shivers, and attracting a gawking crowd at every turn of the head.
Mary Emmerling is the best-selling author of more than 25 books. She was the creative director of Country Home Magazine for ten years. She hosted HGTV’s Country At Home show, worked as the decorating editor for House Beautiful, and was editor-in-chief of her own Mary Emmerling Country Magazine for the New York Times. She now lives in Santa Fe. She authored Art of the Cross and Art of Turquoise with Jim Arndt.
About the Author:
Jim Arndt is the author of How to Be a Cowboy and photographed Art of the Cross, Art of Turquoise, and several Cowboy Boot books. He lives in Santa Fe.
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The All-American Cowboy Grill
Sizzlin' Recipes from the World's Greatest Cowboys
Authors: Cheryl Rogers-Barnett, Ken Beck and Jim Clark
Publisher: Rutledge Hill Press, 2004
Hardback, comb bound.
B&W photos, 225 pp.
From the Publisher:
The All-American Cowboy Grill blazes a new trail through the Old West as it partners 200 savory recipes from American cowboys and cowgirls of movie, TV, rodeo, and music fame with 100 photos and sidebars of related interest.
Riding shotgun with the recipes of the celebrities are mouth-watering recipes rustled up by cooks from some of the top real-life ranches of the western United States.
This time around the call to "come and get it!" has the cooks focusing on recipes for the home and patio grill. The bulk of the recipes feature entrees, the star of the grill, but those recipes are complemented with a variety of other dishes that can be prepared on the grill, including vegetables, breads, and desserts, and an assortment of foods that accompany a grilled supper such as cool, cool beverages and side dishes.
The book has short sidebars with real western history as well as western pop culture trivia from the movies and TV. There are short articles on famous western tourist and museum sites. Here is an example of the fun, extra material that makes this cookbook such good reading, along with Roy Rogers' recipe for the best Corn on the Cob.
About the Authors:
Cheryl Rogers-Barnett, daughter of Roy Rogers and Dale Evans, grew up in the San Fernando Valley where Trigger was her pet. Today, she and her husband, Larry, travel the United States in their RV making appearances at major western film and music festivals. She is the author of Cowboy Princess.
Ken Beck and Jim Clark are free lance writers who have written numerous books, including Aunt Bee's Mayberry Cookbook and The All-American Cowboy Cookbook. Ken is an editor for The Tennessean and lives in Watertown, Tennessee. Jim is founder of the Andy Griffin Show Rerun Watcher's Club and lives in Nashville.
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Author Fabiola C. Gilbert
Paperback. 43 pages. Index.
Size: 5.5" x 8.5" x .125"
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From the Publisher:
When Historic Cookery first appeared in 1931 it may have been the earliest cookbook of New Mexican foods to be published, with heirloom recipes from the author's own family and others collected from villagers in northern New Mexico. Fabiola Cabeza de Baca Gilbert's cookbook has been credited with the popularization of cooking with chile that led directly to America's love of native New Mexican foods.
In traditional recipes there were no set rules for the preparation of food. The cook was expected to learn the recipes from her relatives. One of the great contributions of Historic Cookery is that for the first time the non-native cook was given exact amounts and measures for the preparation of New Mexican food.
The author gives complete recipes for chile sauces, corn dishes, meats, cheese, eggs, and vegetables as well as salads, soups, breads, desserts, and beverages.
Fabiola Cabeza de Baca Gilbert was born near Las Vegas, New Mexico in 1894. She was a noted educatior, writer, and home economist.