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I Love Texas Cuisine

Personal Stories, Advice, and Support 4 People

    I Love The Look Of Those Rib Shacks

    the more run down, the better the bbq.... I am thinking of getting a smoker so I can make my own...   anyone know where I can find some recipes?
    penguinswon penguinswon
    51-55
    Dec 6, 2009

    Mmmmmmmmm :-d

    You just can't beat good ol' Texas cookin'! Spicy beefy chili... Country fried steak... Barbecued brisket... Tex Mex fajitas... Beans and taters... Mesquite smoked sausage... Blue Bell ice cream... Chipotle peppers... *drools* And the best thing of all is that most of...
    RopinTexan RopinTexan
    22-25, M
    Sep 7, 2008

    Barbecue...No Damned Yankee Tomatoe Sauce!

    Barbecue... The name barbecue is derived from the Spanish word barbacoa for the grill on which meat is roasted and it is used as a verb by the way of preparing the meat and as a noun in the name of a social event centered around eating it. In Texas everyone barbecues, from Texas...
    deleted deleted
    26-30
    1 Response Dec 11, 2008

    A Texas Blessing

    Note: If you are not a resident of TEXAS or never have lived in the hot and humid Southwest, you may not understand the weight of this blessing! Bless this house, oh Lord, we cry. Please keep it cool in mid-July. Bless the walls where termites dine, while ants and...
    deleted deleted
    26-30
    Dec 11, 2008

    Stuffed Jackalope

    Capture a live Jackalope and for six months feed it a strict diet of Jalapeno peppers and spices (It's usually necessary to force feed the Jackalope until it gets used to its new diet.). Caution: A jalapeno fed Jackalope can be a testy critter. Preparation for Cookin...
    deleted deleted
    26-30
    Dec 11, 2008

    It's "Chili"

     Chili is a true Texas invention of the "River Walk City", San Antonio, the city of chili and the home of the chili "queens" of the late 1880's who sold their chili from carts in the town square until health officials closed them down in the 1940's. Early...
    deleted deleted
    26-30
    Dec 11, 2008
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