New Mexico: The Texas Monthly Guidebook Dave DeWitt

ISBN: 9780877192381

Published: November 1st 1993


264 pages


New Mexico: The Texas Monthly Guidebook  by  Dave DeWitt

New Mexico: The Texas Monthly Guidebook by Dave DeWitt
November 1st 1993 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, AUDIO, mp3, ZIP | 264 pages | ISBN: 9780877192381 | 4.30 Mb

The New York Times calls this author The Pope of Peppers and TV viewers recognize Dave DeWitt as the ever-affable chile pepper expert and organizer of Albuquerques huge annual National Fiery Foods and Barbecue Show. Dave is also the author of more than 40 food related books, including the best-selling The Complete Chile Pepper Book, The Southwest Table, and the forthcoming Growing Medical Marijuana.National TV appearances include American Journal, Cable News Network, The Today Show, Home with Gary Collins, Scientific American Frontiers, Smart Solutions, and CBS Sunday Morning.

He has also been featured in The New Yorker, The New York Times, Los Angeles Times, USA Today, American Way, Smithsonian, and approximately 200 newspapers across the country.Now, the worlds authority on the Southwests hottest food turns his attention to New Mexicos most compelling and legendary historical figures--the rag-tag group of Apache warriors led by an elderly gentleman set on avenging the death of Victorio--and those who pursued them, the officers and buffalo soldiers of the U.S.

Armys Ninth Cavalry as told in Daves novel Avenging Victorio.The people, the story and the settings are real- DeWitt poured through endless documentation in the form of military records, old photos, newspaper clippings, letters and other correspondence to piece together the facts. Then, drawing on his background as a university professor of composition and literature-- plus his almost uncanny grasp and sensibility of Apache customs, traditions, rituals (and humor) -- DeWitt has woven a fast-paced and engaging saga. Click here for more information.

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