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Cowboys & Indians

November/December 2020

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Enter C&I’s 2021 Photo Contest Last chance to submit your photos for our 2021 Home on the Range Photo Contest! Featured categories include Portraits, Native Culture, Living West, and more. The deadline is November 8, so search “Photo Contest” on our website to enter your images! Food With Flair Extraordinary culinary experiences are always on the menu at Triple Creek Ranch in Montana, and we’ve got their recipe for grilled bison quesadillas. Explore the Food & Drink tab at cowboysindians.com to get cookin’. Behind Black Beauty What got producer Jeremy Bolt of Resident Evil fame to make a family equestrian movie? Find out in our exclusive interview with Bolt about his new reboot of the beloved classic by searching “Black Beauty” on our site. It’s the Most Wonderful Time Looking for some of the best tamales in…

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Ellise Pierce Perini Ranch Steakhouse, page 108 I don’t know if anyone else thinks of fried chicken during the holidays, but that’s what we always had for brunch on Christmas morning. Fried chicken, fried chicken livers, cream gravy with little crunchy bits from the fried chicken, and my mom’s homemade buttermilk biscuits to pour it all over. That was just the beginning. There were cheese grits so cheddar-y that they were practically orange, scrambled eggs, a sausage soufflé, and bacon, too. For dessert, cinnamon biscuits, always the last thing to come out of the oven. The fried chicken smell would get into your clothes and in your hair, and you’d smell like it all day. Samuel Scott Franks Gift Guide, page 116 The holidays in Texas are all about traditions, but in our…

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happy to have you

IT WAS A MUCH-ANTICIPATED HOLIDAY adventure in the eyes of the C&I staff. Every December the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo roared into Las Vegas. Many of us left our North Texas homes on planes — some left in giant trucks full of magazines and merch — and headed for the party town. We weren’t going for the purpose of cuttin’ loose, though. We were Vegas-bound to take in the sights, the sounds, and the excitement that always surround WNFR. World-class championship rodeo action every night. Iconic country music performances with headliners like George Strait and Reba. The unique offerings of the entire Western industry at the holiday markets. All were highlights, as were the interactions in our Cowboy Christmas booth and at our special rodeo watch parties with fans and readers…

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Two Western Worlds Collide I have been watching Longmire and noticed that in Season 3, when Cady is in the hospital, Ruby is sitting with her and is reading an issue of Cowboys & Indians. … Seeing my favorite magazine on one of my favorite shows was a great connection. Traveling the Southwest and being familiar with the scenery is always meaningful, and your magazine brings some of that memory to mind every time a new issue arrives in my mailbox. — Jo Ann Parham, Chattanooga, Tennessee Lessons from a Western Larry McMurtry is a magnificent writer. He is also a very wise man. Besides reminding me how much I enjoyed McMurtry’s novel Lonesome Dove, the Chuck Thompson article “Reluctant Legend” [August/September 2020] persuaded me to watch Hud, the movie adapted from…

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handmade & homemade

TAOS NATIVE Handmade in Taos, this hat represents the New Mexico essence. Mesa Sun fashion hat ($525), sixhandhats.com TURQUOISE CLUSTER These half-moon cluster earrings are a timeless jewelry staple. E. Spencer cluster turquoise earrings ($525), stonefeatherroad.com FEMININE LEATHER Add subtle elegance to your ensemble with a classic clasp clutch. The Berry Blue evening clutch ($395), westernskieshandmade.com The approach of the holiday season sparks many a conversation about giving from the heart, but think how much more one could say about creating from the heart. As the wish lists pile up, let us not forget the makers who work through the night stitching saddle leather, or the silversmiths polishing stones for jewelry pieces. Those who create our gifts with their hands are the unsung Christmas morning heroes who bring joy through their process and passion for creating. Be inspired…

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The Fort Worth Stockyards are the Western crown jewel of Dallas-Fort Worth for locals and travelers alike. It can be hard to put a finger on what makes the Stockyards feel so special — the red dirt country music scene, the daily cattle drives down Main Street, or the fabulous shopping could all be cited as reasons for the draw. The Stockyards have recently undergone a facelift of sorts with the development of the Mule Alley district, making room for a diverse offering of newly renovated storefronts. As the Stockyards open their arms to new additions, Lucchese Bootmakers have settled into their new digs seamlessly. “To Lucchese, Fort Worth was a natural fit for our newest flagship location. The deep-rooted history of the Stockyards aligns perfectly with our brand — a…