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Cowboy food is home on the range

Cowboy food is home on the range

Modern-day chuck-wagon dinner trips recreate the culinary experience of the Old West in the shadow of Wyoming’s Grand Teton mountain range. / Photo courtesy of Triangle X Ranch

It is only fitting that the Cowboy State is known for its cowboy cuisine. Pan-fried steak and beans, biscuits, beef jerky, and chili are some of the foods that fueled the cowboys who rode the range. Chuck-wagon cooks prepared breakfasts of strong coffee and biscuits and, when available, eggs and salt pork. If no ... Continue reading about Wyoming

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