An Ode To Good Neighbors

An Ode To Good Neighbors

Meet your extended Texas family. #sponsored

August 8, 2017

In Texas, family is as many people as you can fit around the table.

Who knew that such a larger-than-life state had mastered the art of small-town charm? For Chef Michael Fojtasek (Olamaie, Austin), it’s all part of the Texan experience. "Hospitality and friendliness are the qualities that I believe are inherent in this state," he says. When you’re here, it’s best to cook for a crowd — because you know they'll show up. 

Illustrator Kate Haberer imagined what a modern Texas family tree might look like, below. 



TO SEE HOW FOJTASEK WHOLE ROASTS A GORGEOUS STRIP LOIN, PLUS ALL THE TEXAS-INFUSED BEEF KNOW-HOW YOU'D EVER NEED, HEAD ON OVER TO MEDIUM RARE—BROUGHT TO YOU IN COLLABORATION WITH BEEF LOVING TEXANS!


ILLUSTRATION BY KATE HABERER

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