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Jul 23, 2021

Sherry Monahan and Marshall Trimble join Stan Hustad on his Interesting Ideas to discuss the importance of the National Day of the Cowboy.


Read more about cowboys in Sherry's, The Cowboy's Cookbook.

Jul 23, 2021

Rendezvous Wyoming

Sherry and Marshall explain how the mountain men blazed the trails for early pioneers and the settling of the American West.

Some were members of the Lewis and Clark expedition, while other were simple hunters searching for beaver. We're talking about the Beaver fur was highly sought after for making...

Jul 17, 2021

Sherry and Marshall discuss prairie fever, which is a term that was coined to describe the isolation, loneliness, and depression experienced by pioneers on the prairie.

They talk about the Homestead Act, Willa Cather's books about it, weather, and more.


This show's lagniappe:


Potato Salad

5 lbs. new potatoes


Jul 14, 2021

Belly up to the bar as Sherry and Marshall chat about saloons on the frontier.

They discuss euphemisms for saloons and whiskey, what they looked like inside, what was drunk in the them, etiquette, and some funny stories.


This show's lagniappe:


Gin Toddy

(use a whiskey glass)


½ teaspoon sugar, dissolved in a...

Jul 14, 2021

Listen to Sherry and Marshall as they talk about B-western movies. They discuss how they came to be and some of the stars like Tom Mix and William S. Hart.

B-westerns didn't show food and eating too often, but when they did it was the stereotypical chuckwagon grub of stew, chili, or biscuits. This episode's show notes...