El Paso Chile Company's Texas Border Cookbook by W. Park Kerr

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Just a coyote's howl away from the point where three states and two countries come together lies the site of the El Paso Chile Company, a mother/son operation that grew out of Norma and Park Kerr's love of chilis and the unique cuisine of the Southwest. With the expertise of cookbook author Michael McLaughlin, the Kerrs present The El Paso Chile Company's Texas Border Cookbook, the cookbook that makes all the mouthwatering food of the borderland accessible to every home cook. Here you will find over 150 recipes -- including old favorites and innovative dishes -- guaranteed to please the most hot-headed "chile heads" and everyone else who loves Tex-Mex food.


About W. Park Kerr

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W. Park Kerr is the founding owner of The El Paso Chile Company, a 23-year-old premium Southwest specialty-food business. He proudly distills his own tequila, Tequila Nacional.
Published August 17, 1992 by William Morrow Cookbooks. 288 pages
Genres: Cooking. Non-fiction

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