Chuck Wagon Pecan Bread — This recipe is over 100 years old. It is from a cook who served it to cowhands along the Pecos River.
Chuck Wagon Son of a Gun in a Sack — When the cooksie wanted to return a favor to a cowhand who had brought in some
dry firewood (or cow chips) off the range, or if there was a special occasion, he
would make this boiled suet pudding. He would add raisins or dried apples if available.
Some sources say it got its name because it was so difficult to make and others
because it was so good.