Cattle Drive Vacations- Dining
Dryhead Ranch employs a full-time cook during cattle drive season. The cookhouse serves as a central gathering place where we meet to discuss the day’s events, and get to know one another while we share home-cooked meals. Our home-style meals are served with hot homemade breads. Each cattle drive holiday, we serve tender Angus beef steaks, top sirloin roast, healthy vegetables, fresh salads, homemade desserts and lots of chocolate chip cookies for the kid in all of us. We promote beef on our ranch from pasture to plate. One of the meals we are famous for is our Indian Tacos–it’s a challenge eating more than one!
Meals are served buffet-style, allowing for further interactions as you dine with other guests and the cowboy crew. Breakfast is hot and hearty, just the right way to start the day on a cattle drive holiday. If the day’s work takes us far from our headquarters, our cook will provide sack lunches to pack with you on your ride. Snacks, lemonade and cookies are always available for the raiding anytime you are in need of refreshment.
Dinner is a time to tell the day’s stories, trade jokes and wind down after a day on the range. It is great fun to retell each day’s adventures and challenges while enjoying specially, prepared home cooked meals. We guarantee you will not leave with your belt on a smaller notch. Hard work generates vigorous appetites and we promise you will not go hungry during your cattle drive vacation at Dryhead Ranch.
Our cook does a great job accommodating special diets. Just let us know before your arrival for a Montana cattle drive and we will make the necessary arrangements to make your dining experience, as well as your stay, as comfortable and relaxing as possible. Please let us know if you have any dietary constraints.