Authentic chuckwagon food looks good, right?
We got the dates for the living history events from Hangman last night.
The picture is a "sample" of his cooking from the event we held here in October. That man can COOK!
Hangman traveled up here the last time I went to Katy.
he picked up a trailer load of heritage birds (and me) because Art was out of town. The event was held in May, and by noon I had hung my voluminous petticoat on a nearby bush to try to get rid of some of the 1800's period insulation. April sounds much better for outdoor events in Texas. We caused quite a stir at a Humble Sonic when we stopped for drinks on the way home after the event. You'd think folks had never seen a 16' trailer loaded down with chickens! Not to mention the two folks dressed in early Texas garb swilling limeades.
Stop by and see him for a taste if you're in the neighborhood of any of these events :
Feb. 13--Heritage Days at Jessee Jones Park, Humble, TX
April 10--Katy Folklife Festival at Katy (natch), TX
I've attended both these events in the past, and know you'd enjoy them if you're in the area. See early Texas life and learn about the life folks lead back then.
Ask me about the "Dances With Fire" award I won at Jesse Jones in the late 1990's in our encampment. That's another living history story for another time.