Still there. Still good. We thought we’d better make sure.
After we discovered that our original choice for lunch on Friday was closed, Tiffany and I decided we needed more barbecue. We had already been hungry for it again after putting together the first review on Wednesday night. Continue reading “Franklin Barbecue: Yep, Still Good”→
There was an ignored stand outside the Austin Convention Center. I guessed that it lacked patrons because people were intimidated by the food concept, which was bacon-laced waffle cones filled with Tex-Mex classics. I opted for The Hoss, which was filled with lettuce, diced tomatoes, guacamole and cheese with a couple beef taquitos tucked in. Continue reading “Austin Trailer Report: Before Cone, There Was Bacon”→
Today my mom, sister Jo, brother-in-law Gabe and I sampled La Boîte. Not technically a trailer but a shipping container, this café offers pastries, coffee and sandwiches, using local ingredients when possible. I had been reluctant to try it since a place that bills itself as “true euro” is bound to turn me off. Continue reading “Austin Trailer Report: La Boîte”→
This was my last hurrah before going back to a normal diet after the holidays. My sister and brother-in-law talked me into lunch at Habanero, our favorite greasy Tex-Mex joint. Trip number four in two weeks. Ahem.