Cattlemen's Featured in New Book from Southern Living!
Cattlemen's Steakhouse in Oklahoma City is among the favorite roadside wonders featured in a new cookbook Southern Living Off the Eaten Path: Favorite Southern Dives and 150 Recipes That Made Them Famous ($21.95 US).
Driving into a bookstore near you on May 10, 2011, the book shares the origins of 75 well-loved restaurants and features recipes from their coveted menus. A preview can be found here.
“This is the best damned steakhouse in the country. Period. Heaven will have a salty, tender, and perfectly cooked Cattlemen’s steak waiting on me if I make it through the Pearly Gates. ” according to Southern Living.
Touching upon Southern history, hilarious yarns and travel adventures, Off the Eaten Path is written by award-winning travel writer Morgan Murphy, with a foreword by Southern novelist Fannie Flagg of Fried Green Tomatoes at the Whistle Stop Café fame.
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Travel writer, food critic and humorist Morgan Murphy, former Southern Living Travel Editor, has written for Forbes, Vanity Fair, Esquire and The New York Post, among other notable publications. He holds an MBA from Oxford and has won several journalism awards, including the coveted Society of American Travel Writer’s Gold Award. An officer in the U.S. Navy, Lt. Commander Murphy just returned from a tour of duty in Afghanistan.
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