Tuesday, April 28, 2015 – Amarillo by Morning…
“Amarillo by morning, up from San Antone; everything that I got, is just what I got on…”
That Texas classic is sung by whom? If you do not know this one, you should be ashamed to call yourself a Texan. OK – how about this one? “And you do the hokey pokey and you turn yourself around; that’s what it’s all about.”
Amarillo is about meat. And when in Amarillo, one should visit the famous steak house on Route 66 called The World Famous Big Texas Steak House.
No, I did not even try to eat the giant steak that weighs 72 oz. I doubt I eat that much red meat in one week, let alone at one sitting. The previous record for consuming the 72 oz. hunk of meat, which resembles a roast, was held by a competitive eater named Molly Schuyler, who ate TWO of the hunks of beef. Do the math – 144 ounces in twenty minutes.
But then the Sunday, April 19, 2015, before we ate there on Tuesday, April 21, Molly broke her own record and ate THREE (3) of the 72 oz. steaks – or 216 ounces in 20 minutes.
But I just had an ordinary steak and took hokey pictures.
History of the 72 ounce steak – http://bigtexan.com/72-oz-steak/
Oh yes, “Amarillo by morning…, – George Strait. You knew that didn’t you?