Food guide for vegetarian options at RodeoHouston
You only have a few days left to visit the rodeo carnival. People who have had the chance to go know that one of their main attractions is the food. But for vegetarians, it’s a scavenger hunt.
Fortunately, many food vendors in this diverse city have not forgotten us. I visited RodeoHouston and compiled some of the most mouthwatering, convenient food selections that aren’t just plain french fries and fried Oreos.
1. Flamin’ Hot Cheeto’s-n-cheese picks🥒🌶️
Cheetos were supposed to be an ingredient, not a snack, and pickles are no longer just a sauce reserved for your sandwiches. You can find these two popular ingredients in everything at rodeo… because they’re so good.
The name is self-explanatory, but the pickles topped with hot Cheetos and soaked in queso do something you didn’t know you needed. People lined up Biggy’s to seize this favorite rodeo.
2. Pickled pizza on a stick 🥒🍕
While walking around the carnival grounds, countless people asked me what I had in my hand. The expression on their faces when they learn that this isn’t the type of meat on a stick you typically see at rodeo, but rather pizza on a stick. It was number one as the best food on a stick at the Golden Buckle Foodie Awards.
incoming item Swain’s Pizza on the Stick It is the wrapping of pickles and mozzarella cheese in pizza dough and cooking until it is crispy on the outside. Something you can’t find anywhere and worth a try. Some other vegetarian options are cheese pizza on the stick and slices of pickled pizza.
3. Falafel on stick🧆
One thing you might notice about the rodeo is that they’re going to try to fit as much as they can on a stick, and I understand why. While I’m there, I turn into a kid and make using cutlery a bit messy while holding a giant stick.
You can find this spicy roasted chickpea at: Greek Grill.
4. Buffalo all 🥔
You may be familiar with the feeling your feet feel after breaking your boots all day at the rodeo. When that happens, this is where you should hit. The queue passed quickly… and I finally sat down to eat.
I was stunned by the extensive vegetarian options. Tot Spot and Mac Booth. After eating cheesy food all day, I decided not to order any more and slathered my crispy fried toast with a heavy buffalo sauce.
5. Black Bean and Cheese Pie🌯
When in Texas, Mexican food or Tex-Mex is non-negotiable. It only made sense that you could only find that kitchen at the rodeo. This luxury also exists for vegetarians.
You can find this cheesy goodness here. Tad’s Bodacious Burrito. There are multiple locations, but they all have similar menus.
Use the map in the RodeoHouston app to find any of these stalls in a sea of chaos. If you want to try these products, confirm with the food vendors that your order meets your dietary restrictions.
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