This week, we take things to the extremes of the boundaries of Texas at Fossati’s in Victoria getting close the coast, Border Burger in Eagle Pass that’s – you guessed it – right on the border, and the Odessa Meteor Crater pounding out a Pleistocene impact out in west Texas.
You can’t drive through Victoria without having to stop and take a look (and grab a bite!) at the oldest delicatessen in Texas! Fossati’s serves up a delectable display of deli delights that we were more than happy to get our hands on! With well over 100 years of making meatballs and other Italian fare, Fossati’s is well worth the stop!
Next up, the Jalapeno Burger at Border Burger in Eagle Pass is so hot and delicious, it’ll bring tears to your eyes – or maybe that’s just the jalapeno! Top that off with a crispy, crunchy taco, and you’ll be salivating for a taste that’s just as good as what you’d get south of the border.
Kirk House from Abilene strums out the chords for a solo rendition of his song “Love Doesn’t Work that Way.”
Our final stop is at the Odessa Meteor Crater, the third largest meteor crater in the United States. Even though it’s been thousands of years since that ball of fire banged into the Permian Basin, the sands of time have quite literally been unforgiving to the crater, filling the hole back up with sand, sediment, and soil. Make your own way through the weathered rocks of the impact site!