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Born in Austin, raised in Buffalo Gap, Tiffany Harelik (rhymes with garlic) is Texas to the bone. Before she began writing, she obtained a Masters Degree in Health Psychology & spent 16+ years in festival production. She is an avid traveler, equestrian, yogi and lover of sailing. She advocates for dog rescue and conservation of wild places.

Follow her travels with every book in her boutique collection. Her two main series are: (1) The Trailer Food Diaries, including books in the Austin, Dallas, Houston, Portland & Columbus markets and (2) her Texas Cookbook series includes The Big Bend Cookbook, Terlingua Chili Cookbook (fall 2106), The Big Country Cookbook (2017).

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Hi! I'm Tiffany - I write cookbooks, build events & help others do the same. Do you share a love for recipes, road trips and the great outdoors? My site is for you! Take a look around, check out my portfolio, connect with me on social & come back anytime to see what's cookin'.

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"RECIPES FROM ALPINE TO VALENTINE"

"Tiffany Harelik did a fabulous job of capturing the true essence of Big Bend's cohesive diversity. We have an array of wildlife, people, and flavors in this desert mountain region, but everything blends perfectly together. From the starry nights and Chisos Mountains to the traditional chicken fried steak and tortilla soup, this narrative-style cookbook will not disappoint. The stories pack a punch too!" -reporter, NYC

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"NO ORDINARY COOKBOOK SERIES"

"When I first started flipping through the pages, I started to see that this was no ordinary cookbook series. Yes, it has gorgeous full color photography, and yes it was full to the brim with detailed recipes. But this was also a story--a journey through Austin's trailer food scene, full of anecdotes from the trailer owners and chefs. Love that it expanded to other cities!" -food writer, Ohio