Texas is a huge state with a diverse population. No surprise, then, that Texas boasts a wide variety of tasty foods. When next you travel the Lone Star State, you will undoubtedly enjoy fine home cooking at various bed and breakfasts Texas. But while you are out on the road (and trust me, Texas has some long, long roads), keep an eye out for the following foods:
Biscuits. Biscuits for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Biscuits smothered in gravy and dripping with butter. Flaky, hot, Texas biscuits. My, that’s good.
Barbecue. It’s long been a favorite in Texas, and each region serves up its own twist on the classic. Try them all.
Steak. Cattle roam through much of Texas, to the great delight of meat eaters. Ask the innkeepers of your bed and breakfast Texas where to find the best steaks in town, and head there with a big appetite.
Cornbread. Sop up barbecue sauce with it, eat it with beans, or put any kind of meat between two pieces and call it good.
Chicken fried steak. A favorite of husbands, brothers, sons and fathers around the country.
Pecan pie. Need I say more?
Sopapillas. Light, airy, and smothered in honey. The perfect way to end a meal.
Wash down all those lunches and dinners with buckets of iced tea, bottles of beer and a variety of Texas wines. Sounds like the perfect vacation to me!