5 Texas restaurants that will change your mind about vegan food
If the thought of vegan food conjures images of a giant plate of alfalfa sprouts, it’s time to revisit the concept. While Austin has long been considered the capital of Texas’ vegan scene, other cities now offer stiff competition in the way of veggie-forward, animal-free fare. Cruz uses vital wheat gluten —“a culinary marvel,” he says—to make the seitan that he smokes to create vegan brisket and carne asada. If you have a sweet tooth, try the gooey cinnamon rolls dripping with vegan cream cheese frosting and the dense, cakelike brownies made with applesauce instead of eggs. The Broken Sprocket Bar and Food Truck Park6305 Paredes Line Road956-545-38001204 Chestnut St.512-629-6936This article was first published in Texas Highways.
Where to eat for National Fried Chicken Day
Tell your diet you need your space to experience more “self-growth.” It’s time to celebrate National Fried Chicken Day. Pick one and celebrate National Fried Chicken Day in its grease-covered glory. [Scroll down to take our fried chicken poll]FAST-FOODThis stuff isn’t A-list in terms of appearance, but it will satisfy your fried chicken needs and will do it quickly. POLLO CAMPEROKnown for its "flavor-to-the-bone" fried chicken recipe, Pollo Campero is fried chicken with a twist. While you’re waiting for your chicken, it offers a wide selection of wines and other drinks to make fried chicken fancy.
Where2Eat: People in Sugar Land love to eat at these restaurants
SUGAR LAND, Texas Whether its date night or you just want to find a new place to eat, sometimes settling on a spot can be an ordeal. reviewers like to eat in Sugar Land:Where: 16135 City Walk Rating: 4 stars Number of reviews: 1162 What people are saying: It was our first time here! Give it a try u won't be disappointed. Marcella H.This is our go-to place whenever we have friends or family visiting. Such a good place. I will definitely come back! Erika H.Where: 2168 Texas Drive Rating: 4 stars Number of reviews: 740 What people are saying: The best sushi in Sugar Land!
Attention Houston Foodies! Yelp just released a list of top 100 places to eat in Texas
Yelp just released a list of the top 100 places to eat in Texas. If you're looking to travel in through Texas on a good old fashioned road trip anytime soon, here is the full list:1. Tommy Tamale Market & Cafe – Grapevine5. Nelson's BBQ – San Antonio16. Leon Valley Cafe – San Antonio35.