Brisket for Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner!

This week I tried my hand at a little BBQ brisket for my friends over at Brit+Co.. Brisket for breakfast, lunch and dinner? Now, I don’t know what could be more Texan than that!

Be sure and bookmark this post for using any leftovers from BBQ’s this summer.

Brisket breakfast tacos

BBQ brisket sliders

And last but not least, Brisket bahn mi!

Get the full recipe, including my amazing dry rub, and full how-to here!

Happy Friday!

Mi Cocina

While couch surfing you’ll probably do a lot of eating out. I actually made a quick trip back home one night this week. While there, I grabbed dinner with the fam at one of my fav DFW spots Mi Cocina. It’s fun but nothing too fancy, great for group dinners.


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I started the night off with a Mambo Taxi, my fav drink there!

Brisket tacos. Adding “learn to make green rice” to my list of blog ideas.

More brisket tacos.

Mole enchiladas.

Mi Tierra tacos, one of my favs.

Lotsa guacamole is always a good decision!

Don’t forget to take home one of their HUGE pralines!

What’s your fav dish at Mi Cocina?

Aguilera’s Cafe Ft. Worth, TX

I almost forgot to post today for #NaBloPoMo. All the turkey and traveling has left me feeling a little weary but fear not faithful blog readers, here is today’s post.

After visiting family this weekend, I was ready for a night out with friends in Fort Worth. The next morning we were in need of some good grub and our friend suggested this little hole in the wall Aguilera’s Cafe. Now, when I say hole in the wall… I mean it. We pulled up to what looked like a run down old house but upon entering, it was quite cozy. One of those places where everyone who walked in seemed to already know everyone there. My friend told me the story of the restaurant and that it is run by an ex-military chef, Santos Aguilera. Santos’ picture is prominently displayed on a table as you walk in.

First, comes the salsa and tortillas. Sigh, the tortillas are not homemade but I will let it slide this time.

I ordered the chorizo plate. FYI the chorizo is homemade, woohoo! The plate came with a chorizo and egg scramble with sides of bacon, refried beans, potatoes and little menudo type soup poured right on the plate. I was excited to dig in!

My little breakfast taco I made with all the yumminess from my chorizo plate.

So cute, they even have their own sign over the door. Love it. They are only open for breakfast and lunch. But my friend said that lunch is also good. At breakfast there are options of choices but for lunch everyday there is only one dish served.

If you’re ever in Fort Worth, you should stop by!

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