Chow's Three-Wheeled Chuck Wagon : His More Refined Recipes
In his third collection of recipes, Charles "Chow" Winkler sets about giving the reader 80 new recipes from his vast files. In his first two cookbooks he showed you how to make such things as Prairie Dog Hash, Roadrunner in a Bag, and Cowboy Haggis. This time he brings out many of the recipes he has developed since moving from the New Mexico range and into being the executive chef for Swift Enterprises in upstate New York where he must serve both the senior staff as well as important visitors. Those include world leaders as well as buyers of the products made at Enterprises. So, this time he gives you "refined" recipes in categories such as main courses, meatless meals, snacks, desserts, and sided and salads. Plus more. He even developed a recipe for home made dog food and another for healthy dog treats for you to try. For your dog, of course! To top everything off, he has provided his complete diet plan, the one that saw him losing 85 pounds in just over two years and has been helping him keep it off for the last three years. All without removing anything from the variety of what he was eating before and all without starving his body of what it craves. Try getting all that from your typical recipe guide!
- Paperback | 176 pages
- 152 x 229 x 10mm | 245g
- 01 May 2015
- Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
- United States
- black & white illustrations
About Chow Winkler
Chow Winkler was born in Texas and worked on various ranches and open ranges there and in New Mexico until he was about to turn fifty. At that time he met Tom Swift, the famous young inventor, and hit it off with the 16-year-old that he practically begged to go back to New York with Tom and his father. There, he became the Executive Chef for the senior management staff and specialty cook for all of Tom's adventures. He is an accomplished astronaut and deep sea diver in addition to his kitchen skills. At present he is married to a wonderful woman named Wanda, and they live in his little bungalow just outside of Shopton, New York. T. Edward Fox has been chronicling the adventures of Tom Swift and his friends for several years. He is a wholly made-up person with a wholly real person behind the facade. That facade covers Thomas Hudson, accomplished writer with more than 40 books to his credit.