Jackie Alpers

The Unofficial Yellowstone Cookbook 

Recipes Inspired by the Dutton Family Ranch

American Photography 39 Award winner • 2023 London Photography Award: Gold Winner

The Unofficial Yellowstone Cookbook has 100 recipe creations and recreations inspired by the people and places of  America's most popular TV show, Yellowstone; from the Dutton family home and the bunkhouse, to the rivers and great open range of Montana, to the Texas ranchlands, recreating recipes from the hit series and both prequels; 1883 and 1923. 

Covering a range of meals, and cocktails - from hearty breakfasts to fire-grilled dinners and everything in between, The Unofficial Yellowstone Cookbook is sure to be a fan of every aspiring cowboy and cowgirl. Inside readers will find some of the finest down-home American cooking you’ve ever had. From Beth Dutton's “Two Scoops of Ice Cream, Three Shots of Vodka” Breakfast Smoothie, to Cake with Steak, this celebration of Western cuisine includes: bunkhouse and big house favorites, regional classics, and heirloom-inspired goodness. 

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"Packed with mouthwatering recipes and extraordinary photography, The Unofficial Yellowstone Cookbook is a one-of-a-kind celebration of America's favorite TV show!"

Texas Style Breakfast Taco

An American Photography 39 Winner

Hot Honey Bacon

Gold Winner of The London Photography Award

Crispy Grilled Doves  (Birds of Peace)

Bunkhouse Pan-Charred Peanuts In The Shell

Reviews and Accolades: 

"The Unofficial Yellowstone Cookbook is more than just a collection of recipes. It celebrates the show and the ranching lifestyle it portrays. There's information about creating a more sustainable kitchen. 'One of the cornerstones of the show is the stewardship of the land and how ranching has evolved in keeping the region,' Alpers explained. She also includes tips on throwing the perfect Yellowstone-themed gathering and looks back at some of the series' best food moments. And woven throughout the pages are fun trivia notes about the history and culture behind some of the dishes and cooking tips." ~ Wide Open Country

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