Good day to you all. As you can see by the headlines we are off to look at things you see everyday in Texas. People love to decorate their houses with Texas symbols and we are going to take a look at a few. Our brunch is being catered by the Forthright Cafe in Austin. We’ve asked Toby Keith to come back since last week we had some technical difficulties.
two fried eggs, sourdough toast with blueberry jam, hash-browns & choice of bacon, sausage or avocado
Biscuits & Gravy
fluffy house-made biscuits with chicken sausage gravy add two poached eggs +3 add fried chicken
shredded pastrami, shredded potatoes, onions, peppers, two sunny eggs, queso & salsa doña
Pork Belly Eggs Benedict
poached eggs, cherry tomato confit, arugula, hollandaise, on English muffins, pork belly
Pork Belly Chilaquiles
corn tortillas tossed in salsa roja, two sunny eggs, crispy pork belly, pickled onion, queso cotija
sourdough toast, roasted turkey, bacon, shaved lettuce, tomato jam, with house-made fries
Chicken & Waffles
two boneless fried chicken thighs, maple honey butter, pecans, maple syrup, powdered sugar
brioche Texas toast, scrambled eggs, cheddar cheese, black forest ham, chipotle mayo
So, get on the bus and we’ll be off.
The first stop is at a place that supports the University of Texas in a big way.
Here is another University of Texas supported but a little more reserved.
Here is a plain star but the bet is you wouldn’t see it anywhere else.
Shutters with stars.
Big ole Texas star.
A little smaller Texas star.
A Texas star mounted in glass.
I have shown this windmill before but thought the Texas colors and star on the rudder was in keeping with the tour.
A star grouping
What could be more Texas than the state used to display the house number?
Finally, a metal trellis with a star.
I hope you enjoyed the tour today and now have some food and listen to Toby Keith.