By F.W. Korst & John W. Pitts
Colorado, with an abundant variety of natural game, has logically been the birthplace of numerous game recipes. Early settlers and frontiersmen, of necessity, tended to cook game food simply. However, as sportsmen’s tastes became more sophisticated, flair was added to their culinary art. This is a full service cookbook with photographs and illustrations to guide the user. From food preparation to stain removal, this 64-page, spiral bound, softcover book tells all.