The Rusty Parrot Lodge & Spa is renowned for its fabulous gourmet breakfasts and other exquisite cuisine from theWild Sage Restaurant. With The Rusty Parrot Cookbook: Recipes from Jackson Hole's Acclaimed Lodge, any home chef can create the Rusty Parrot's famous and deliciously over-the-top breakfasts, as well as their amazing dinners and desserts. Try Grand Marnier French Toast with Blood Orange Coulis, Maple Creme Anglaise, and Orange Supremes; Haricots Verts "Panzanella" with Red and Yellow Tomato Confit, White Balsamic-Truffle Vinaigrette, and Shaved Truffle Cheese; or Rosemary- and Green Tea-Smoked Duck Breast with Sweet Potato-Sage Gnocchi and Pomegranate Jus. End a delicious meal with Cinnamon Beignets with Espresso Ice Cream and Hot Chocolate, or Kahlua Cheesecake with Vanilla-Macadamia Nut Crust and Warm Chocolate Ganache This beautifully designed book is filled with rich photography that shows these exquisite recipes at their best, and the clear and well crafted instructions make even recipes with many steps easy to follow. The book also includes photographs and small essays on Jackson's history, art, and lore-as well as the surrounding national parks and wildlife-giving a sense of place and beauty.
Named the number one hotel in the Continental U.S. and Canada by Travel & Leisure readers,World's Best Awards, the Rusty Parrot Lodge & Spa has a well-deserved reputation as a destination lodge in Jackson Hole and the West. Whether you live in Jackson, visit every year, or dream of going, the Rusty Parrot Lodge & Spa is a must for your plans. The Rusty Parrot Cookbook lets you take a little bit of the Rusty Parrot with you. It's the perfect gift or keepsake for anyone who loves fine cuisine and the West.
Darla Worden, a Wyoming native, worked at a historic Wyoming inn slinging hash during college summers-which began her love of great Wyoming lodges as well as her appreciation of Western hospitality. After careers in publishing and public relations in Colorado-with stints at The Denver Post and Colorado Homes & Lifestyles magazine-Worden moved back to Wyoming and wrote her first novel, Road Shoes, which was published in 2000. She writes travel and lifestyle stories aboutWyoming architecture, lodges, artists, and craftspeople for numerous publications and owns a public relations firm in Jackson Hole, where she lives with her family.
Eliza Cross writes about cuisine, art, architecture, green living, and other lifestyle topics for numerous publications including Mountain Living, Natural Home, and Eco Structure. The author of three books-including Food Lovers' Guide to Colorado and Family Home of the New West-she is also a senior editor for Western Art & Architecture magazine. Combining her love of cooking and design, Cross often prepares and styles cuisine for photo shoots, and has been known to teach the occasional soup-making class. A member of the American Society of Journalists and Authors, she serves on the Board of Directors for the Colorado Authors' League and lives in Centennial, Colorado, with her family.