Green chile cheeseburgers are right at the top of my list of great regional Roadfood eats. Even though I certainly haven’t sampled a large amount, the one at Bobcat Bite is my #1. And I’m not really a burger guy.
I don’t think Bobcat Bite is open for breakfast. You might be thinking of The Owl, down in San Antonio.
I hope you make it to New Mexico soon….you will love it! Maybe they will bring the Roadfood bus tour here.
I’m going to have to try this Bobcat Bite burger…
I keep hearing so much about it!
(and that you can even get one for breakfast, right?!?)
New Mexico, here I come, !!!
p.s. I agree with you… it’s so tough to come up with just ONE favorite all time roadfood meal.
well, here’s the set-up. My mom used to make a mean Texas chili. A recipe she got from a an ExTexas neighbor. But my mom, trying to make the meat meals stretch, ladled it over egg noodles when she served it to us four young and hungry boys.
Well, we loved this meal. It was a family favorite.
Zoom to several years later, when my parents took us on a road trip, and we stopped at a chili stand, only open in the summer, that was famous for its Texas chili. Well, all of us boys ordered the large texas chili. Much to our dismay, the stuff didn’t come over egg noodles! And the first lesson between home-cooking and roadfood cookin’ was learned.
It may not have been the best roadfood experience, but it certainly was one of the most memorable! [:D]
Two come to mind…..the lobster roll at Red’s Eats or the green chile cheeseburger at Bobcat Bite. Please don’t make me choose between them.
The question is impossible to answer.
I’ll have to do some thinking.
A cheesy luscious bun sized gordita outside a mexican market in San Antonio, though the Snappy’s pork chop sandwich is a close second.
In the early 80’s I had a meal on Bourbon Street that was the best I’ve ever had.
It wasn’t one of the regular restaurants.
Tables were set up in an alley and there was a barker outside trying to get people to come in and try their food.
The gumbo was amazing. I’ve been trying to find something similar in taste for almost 30 years.
I went back the next year and the pseudo place was gone. I walked up and down Bourbon street, poking my head between every place looking for that restaurant.
Guess they needed a better barker.
There’s a restaurant/motel in Roseburg, Oregon that has the best marionberry scones that I’ve ever had. It’s under the windmill.
What was your most memorable roadfood eats, was it a burger, dog, Q, Pizza, cheesesteak, etc. Where was this and is the place still open?
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