By Richard K. Troxell
For the 1st time, a complete advisor to the most sensible fish fry locations in Texas! Others have tried it, yet no one has met the exacting criteria of the writer and his fictional sidekick Willie Joe. a few of the such a lot ballyhooed areas didn't arise to the mark. All fish fry areas needed to stand as much as the challenging ribbon, fork, and squeeze checks, with no regard to surroundings, great vendors, exposure, or closeness to Austin. Troxell persuaded dynasties to half with precious recipes and secrets and techniques together with sauces, mops, and rubs. No city or urban escaped Troxell's decided scrutiny. the writer lined the territory in lower than six months, occasionally trying out as many as six locations in an afternoon. And he swears he nonetheless loves fish fry.
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Telephone inquiries may be made by calling: (972) 423-0090 Page iii CONTENTS Part OneIntroduction 1 Part TwoBig Bend Country 7 Del Rio 8 El Paso 11 Fort Stockton 16 Midland 18 Odessa 21 Pecos 23 San Angelo 24 Part ThreeGulf Coast 31 Alvin 32 Angleton 34 Aransas Pass 35 Bay City 36 Beaumont 38 Bellaire 39 Brazoria 40 Clute 41 El Campo 44 Freeport 46 Fulshear 46 Galveston 47 Gregory 48 Harlingen 50 Houston 51 Humble 64 Kingsville 65 McAllen 66 Orange 68 Pasadena 70 Pearland 70 Port Lavaca 71 Page iv Richmond 72 Robstown 74 Rockport 77 San Benito 77 South Padre Island 79 Sugar Land 80 Texas City 81 Victoria 82 Vidor 83 Webster 84 Welasco 85 West Columbia 88 Wharton 90 Part FourHill Country 93 Austin 94 Boerne 100 Brady 102 Driftwood 105 Dripping Springs 106 Elgin 108 Fredericksburg 111 Kerrville 114 Lampasas 116 Mason 117 San Marcos 118 Taylor 119 Uvalde 123 Part FivePanhandle Plains 125 Abilene 126 Amarillo 134 Big Spring 140 Buffalo Gap 141 Childress 143 Clarendon 144 Colorado City 145 Dalhart 146 Dumas 148 Lubbock 149 Page v Pampa 153 Plainview 153 Ropesville 155 Santa Anna 157 Snyder 159 Sweetwater 160 Wingate 160 Wichita Falls 162 Wellington 166 Part SixPiney Woods 169 Conroe 170 Gilmer 170 Gladewater 171 Huntsville 171 Jefferson 174 Kilgore 175 Kirbyville 176 Livingston 178 Longview 178 Lufkin 179 Marshall 180 Mount Pleasant 180 Nacogdoches 181 Pittsburg 182 Rusk 183 San Augustine 183 Silsbee 184 Texarkana 186 Tyler 189 Winnsboro 193 Part SevenPrairies and Lakes 197 Addison 198 Arlington 198 Bastrop 200 Bedford 202 Bellmead 203 Belmont 204 Benbrook 206 Page vi Brenham 206 Centerville 207 Colleyville 209 Columbus 210 Commerce 212 Cuero 213 Dallas 215 Denison 224 Denton 225 Fairfield 226 Fort Worth 227 Frisco 234 Garland 236 Granbury 237 Greenville 237 Hallettsville 238 Haslet 240 Hurst 242 Irving 242 Lewisville 243 La Grange 243 Lindsay 245 Lockhart 246 Luling 250 Mesquite 252 McKinney 252 Murchison 253 Navasota 254 North Richland Hills 256 Palestine 257 Paris 258 Plano 261 Reno 262 Richardson 263 Royse City 265 Salado 266 Smithville 267 Sulphur Springs 268 Temple 269 Tioga 271 Page vii Waco 273 Weatherford 276 Part EightSouth Texas Plains 277 Alice 278 Beeville 279 Floresville 281 Karnes City 282 Laredo 284 Leon Springs 287 Pearsall 289 San Antonio 291 Index 295 Page 1 PART ONE INTRODUCTION When you mention barbecue in Texas, various opinions sally forth as to what constitutes real barbecue and where you can find a good barbecue place.
Windows had Mexican arches. Hanging baskets held abundant ivy. A Mule Creek specialty was longhorn stew. It had a thin tomato base, some chili powder, and chunks of lean barbecue. When you go to Mule Creek barbecue, be sure to ask for some homemade corn bread. S. Hwy. S. Hwy 277, San Angelo, Texas 76903-8707 Phone 915-655-2771 Cafeteria style, take-out, catering. Beer served. 49 per pound. M. M. M. Friday and Saturday. Closed Sunday. Accepts credit cards. At first glance, it looked like a mosquito fogger loomed ahead.
Boil the pieces about 10 minutes, but do not cook until done (by 15 or 20 minutes the potatoes will be tender enough to pierce with a forkthat's too well cooked). Remove potatoes from hot water, drain thoroughly on paper towels, then pat dry, taking care to keep each quarter in one piece. Heat oil in a deep skillet or deep fryer to 375 degrees. Fry potatoes in hot oil, doing only a few at a time. Keep potatoes far apart, not crowded in the oil. Fry until dark golden brown, about 78 minutes. Remove potatoes from oil and drain on paper towels.
Barbecuing Around Texas by Richard K. Troxell