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Bring Em On Home
by Susan Allen, click here for bio
Program: Open Range
Date: June 12, 12
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I’m Susan Allen hey I don’t usually talk much about cooking on Open Range, once in a while beef cuts but today I have a cookbook to recommend so stay tuned. I received a very cool Mother’s Day gift called Bring ‘ Em On Home a collection of recipes from our top rodeo cowboys and their families compiled Bonnie Beers and her Daughter- in Law Kimber of Powell Butte Oregon, wife of NFR Team roper Brandon Beers. The cookbook was created not only to share recipes but to provide a peak at the professional rodeo athlete and their strong sense of what we call “Cowboy and Family”. In the forward Bonnie and Kimber explain that Bring Em on home is also full of stories and photos passed down from generations . In their words “What keeps cowboys and cowgirls going down the road and most importantly what is bringing them home.” Because cowboys and cowgirls are mobile living on the road or working outside moving cattle most of the recipes are not only mouthwatering but simple, with names like Easy Blackberry Cobbler from the Raymond family out of Paulina Oregon or the Brazile’s Family’s Sticky Buns of which it is said that “Trevor has a love hate relationship. He loves to eat them, hates to share them.” Red Steagall dare you to try his Tijuana tidbits, I am whipping some up this weekend. If you want a copy of Bring’ em on home visit their website at bringemonhome.com , I think it’s great part of the purchase price is donated to the Justin Crisis Fund that helps cowboys and their families in the event of catastrophic injuries.
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