|Statement||by Dick Frost.|
|LC Classifications||CT274.K58 F76 1985|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 185 leaves :|
|Number of Pages||185|
|LC Control Number||85015648|
King Ranch Corporate Offices Three Riverway, Suite Houston, TX () The King Ranch Cookbook is a sampling of recipes from the many families and friends associated with the Rancho Santa Gertrudis that was established in A culinary tradition of hospitality and find cuisine, utilizing native plants and spices, wild game and ranch beef, developed from over a century of ranching, in the Wild Horse Desert/5(10). This book is a collection of short stories/essays about some of the various myths/stories told by cowboys and other workers at the King Ranch. It also contains a lot of interesting information about how the hands lived and worked, the living conditions on the ranch which is so huge that entire towns/villages were constructed around the ranch/5. Signed with an inscription by Belton Johnson, a King Ranch family member, one of First Editions reoffered by The Book Club of Texas in to its members. Ten Appendices and Sources at the end of Volume 1 with a beautiful two page color map of The Ranch.
In “Bob and Helen Kleberg of King Ranch,” a beautifully illustrated book from Trinity University Press/Maverick Books and the Witte Museum, . Stewards of a Vision (A Story of King Ranch) manuscripts, "The Stewards of a Vision (A Story of King Ranch) manuscripts n.d. Public relations, Publications, Souvenir Edition, King Ranch History revision, Journal No. 3, King Ranch and Company, Ledger, Rancho San Gertrudis Account Book, Books / King Ranch Cook Book. King Ranch Cook Book. PRODUCT NUMBER: # $ Options. Back. $ Quantity -+ Add to Cart. Product Details. Prepare authentic Wild Horse Desert specialties from the kitchens of Los Kineños, the Main House and cow camps. More than recipes of regional favorites, along with a little of our rich. The next generation of the Running W brand horses video, by Western Horseman.
Hardcover. Condition: Good - Very Good. No Jacket. Tom Lea (illustrator). None Stated. Lea 2 volume set on the King Ranch. Lacks the slip case. Probable 1st edition but no explicit statement. 2nd state with "For Alice and Robert." on page Light spotting to the spine and fore edge of the boards. Soil spots to the fore edge of the pages. Besides being a two-time National Cutting Horse Association Open World Champion in and , MR SAN PEPPY also won the AQHA World Cutting Championship in , becoming the first horse ever to win both titles in the same year. King Ranch purchased MR SAN PEPPY under the guidance of its Ranch Manager Stephen “Tío” Kleberg. MR SAN PEPPY was a son of LEO SAN out of a great . The King Ranch is Texas' oldest and greatest ranch, and this book full of fascinating historical details. Rather like a trip to a museum, the writing is not excellent, but the factual content is exceptional and exciting. It is amazing that one ranch could be linked to so many historical events/5(1). King Ranch, Inc., to go to trial, the past could come back to haunt the state's most storied spread. for the paper, interviewed both Ed Coker and Bruce Cheeseman for an article on the book.