Crispy Pork Belly Confit and the Great Society

The Great Society

If you visit Austin, a visit to the Lyndon B. Johnson Presidential Library should be on your ‘must do’ list.

Johnson’s terms in office were overshadowed by John F. Kennedy and the Vietnam war, but the breadth of the legislation passed during President Johnson’s administration is simply stunning.

A Portion of the Presidential Papers Library Stacks

Hook Em Horns!

Our next step was the University of Texas campus.  I’m surprised that every car in Austin isn’t painted burnt orange:-)  Beautiful campus. I saw Texas cook Rice the day before.

The UT Bell Tower

Talk about loyal alumni.  I’ve never seen so many university-themed items in my life.  Hey, Mike.  What kind of key board are you using?

Texas Tweaks French Cuisine

I spend a tour of duty at the American Embassy in Paris and I learned to like, if not love, French cooking.  So this Texas version of ‘confit’ caught my eye.  I think we’re headed back to this restaurant, Peche, this evening.

Crispy Pork Belly Confit. Nice!

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