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Texas Bob's Mexican Meat Loaf Foil Dinner
We didn't know what to call this but it's an easy complete camp fire meal.  It is also our first video recipe

Texas Caviar
Looking for a prosperous New Year?  This Black-eyed pea special is good for New Year Day or any other day you need a pick up.

Texas Championship Chili
Straight from Terlingua, Texas World Chili cook off.  This recipes will set your tongue to dancing.

Dr Pepper Recipes
Dr Pepper, the national drink of Texas.  Now use it as a cooking ingredient. Dr Pepper Barbeque Sauce, Dr Pepper Cocoa, Dr Pepper just plain hot. 

Boiled Crawfish
A recipe from my "Texan Cajun" friends in the golden triangle of almost Louisiana / South East Texas.

Texas Bob's Onion Lovers Burrito
This is fast, easy and if you get an onion that's hot enough it is guaranteed to clear you sinuses.

Aunt Clara's Monkey Bread
it's fast it's easy, and fun to eat because you can pick at it a piece at a time & before you know it you have picked it clean! Mmm, Mmm good!


Armadillo Eggs
A popular Texas appetizer. 

Chow Chow (Relish) 
Some time between late October and early December, depending on whether you live in the far North Panhandle of Texas or somewhere along the Gulf Coast, the first freeze comes to Texas.  The night before when your football knee gets that certain ache go out to the garden and pick all those green tomatoes before Jack Frost picks them for you.  Then you'll have the main ingredients for this Texas Traditional dish, Chow Chow.
Texas Bob's Picanté Sauce
The perfect blend of STUFF to make a great Picanté Sauce.  It would be good even in New York City.

Maw's Cornbread
Maw Hooper's original cornbread recipe.  Great with red beans or chili or even breakfast.
 
Dirty Hand Biscuits
Home made biscuits with that homemade goodness.  The only way to improve this recipe is to wash your hands before you knead the dough.

Chicken Fried Steak
Chicken Fried Steak, with it succulent center, crusty breading, and traditional topping of cream gravy heads my list of comfort foods.

Cream Gravy
The rest of that Chicken Fried Steak. 

Bonnie's Tortilla Soup
The best Tortilla soup I ever had was at Houston's (in Houston) and then I had Bonnie's Tortilla Soup.

Bonnie's Easy Bake Pork Tenderloin
A special way to fix pork, the other white meat.

Velveeta Fudge
Before you say yuk, give it a try.  You will be the only one that knows its made with Velveeta Cheese.  And its the easiest fudge you'll ever make. (no cooking)

Texas Trash
A nice and spicy snack food for any occasion.   This was a favorite among the cowboys around the camp fire.

Texas Dirt
A great dessert to make and to eat.  This is not Texas "Red River" dirt, because it's not red enough.  It's more of a East Texas gumbo dirt, dark brown.  Don't try to analyze it, just eat it.

Kid's Homemade Playdough
No, this is not what you do with your failed "Dirty Hand Biscuits".  This real play dough that's cheap enough to throw away when it gets used up.  The kids will love making it and playing with it.

   
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