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Event

Saturday Lunch – 1860s Chuckwagon Lunch Register

Cocineros Red Pepper Stew (Chili). Mock Oysters (Corn Meal Fritters), Cowboy Beans, Peach Cobbler, Beverages

Lunch is held at 12:30. Reservations are non-refundable. Wristbands can be picked up at Visitors Center when purchasing admission beginning at 9:00

Labor Day Backyard BBQ – Lunch Register

Historic Lunch — Labor Day Backyard BBQ

Beef brisket– A South Texas delicacy, sumptuous prime beef brisket slow smoked on the George ranch pit with local oak and pecan wood from the property.

Venison pork sausage/ beef and pork sausage– two of the best locally made sausages smoked on the pit until smoky and tender and crisp.

Mesquite con pollo– a cowboy favorite. Mesquite grilled chicken, fire grilled and bursting with South Texas flavor.

Cowboy beans– a staple for the boys out on trail. Pinto beans slow simmered with onions, garlic and tomatoes.

Potato salad– made from scratch Czech style potato salad.

Crisp and crunchy Cole slaw– dressed just before serving to ensure a crunchy cool treat for the discerning buckaroo.

George Ranch BBQ sauces– your choice of three different sauces. A classic tomato based smoky sauce,
our famous Garlic lovers BBQ sauce and the ever popular Raspberry Chipotle BBQ sauce.

Pickles, onions, jalapenos, pickled okra and sliced bread

Assorted fruit cobblers – Peach, Blueberry and Apple cobblers served with traditional hard sauce.

George Ranch Tres Leches bread pudding – a classic hot sticky bread pudding treated with the traditional three creams of Mexico’s favorite dessert. This is a George Ranch original one of a kind dessert

Saturday Lunch – 1830s Jones Stock Farm Lunch Register

Henry’s Candied Pork Belly, Venison & Pork Smoked Sausage, Dandelion Greens w/Potato & Onion, Pinto Beans n’ Fatback, Corn Bread, Blackberry Shortbread w/Cream, Beverages.

Lunch is served at 12:30. Pick up wrist bands at Visitors Center beginning at 9 a.m. when purchasing admission. Lunch tickets are non-refundable.

Saturday Lunch – 1860s Ryon Prairie Home Lunch Register

Country Ham, Grandmother Jones’s Pan Gravy, Corn & Potato Casserole, Black-Eyed Peas, Chow Chow Relish, Sally Lunn, Apple Crumble w/Hard Sauce, Beverages

Lunch is served at 12:30. Pick up wrist bands at Visitors Center beginning at 9 a.m. when purchasing admission.

Saturday Lunch – 1890s Sharecropper Lunch Register

Deep Fried Catfish, Fried Gizzards, Mixed Greens w/Ham Hocks, Dirty Rice, Cracklin’ Bread, Buttermilk Pie, Beverages.

Lunch is served at 12:30. Pick up wrist bands at Visitors Center beginning at 9 a.m. when purchasing admission. Lunch tickets are non-refundable.

Chuckwagon Breakfasts Register

Cowboy Coffee, Scrambled Eggs, Bacon, Fried Potatoes, Refried Beans, Biscuits, Sausage Gravy, Orange Juice. Check-in at the visitor’s center at 7:45 a.m. where tickets for the park may also be purchased if you plan to make it a day. Breakfast reservations are non-refundable.

Fireside Supper – 1830s Hearthside Cooking Class Register

Please note Fireside Suppers are recommended for guests ages 10 and older. Minimum of 4 guests for class to make. Maximum of 10 guests. Non-refundable.

Menu:

Green Chili Corn Bread Pie-
A savory beef green chili topped with hand ground corn meal cornbread, baked and served in corn husk bowl.

Tamale Dumplings–
Savory Mexican roasted pork filling, delicate and sumptuous masa, wrapped inside a buttered cloth and boiled over the fire in a cast iron cauldron.

Mrs. Jones’s Harvest Rice-
Fresh shucked sweet corn, red and green bell peppers and aromatic cilantro help to spruce up a dish of boiled rice.

Henry’s Smokehouse Beans–
Henry’s bacon, sausage and ham hocks from the smokehouse meet a pot of pinto beans. Combined with onions, tomatoes and chili’s from the garden. Not your average pot of beans!

Mexican Herbed Pan D’ campo–
(The official state bread of Texas.) Traditional rounds of Irish soda bread dough, loaded with cumin, chili, and Mexican oregano. Baked onsite in our Dutch ovens hearth side.

Bramble Pudding–
Fresh blackberries with lemon and sugar, topped with a sweet white corn meal crust and baked inside our Dutch ovens hearth side.

Saturday Lunch – 1890s Davis Victorian Roast Lunch Register

Roast Beef Carving Station, English Country Gravy, Green Beans w/Mushrooms, Roasted Root Vegetables, Colcannon Casserole, Yorkshire Pudding, Treacle Pudding, Jelly Molds, Assorted Country Breads, Beverages

Lunch begins at 12:30. Wrist bands can be picked up at the visitors center beginning at 9:00 a.m. when purchasing admission to the park. Lunch tickets are non-refundable.

Saturday Lunch – 1930s George Farm Table Lunch Register

Home-Cured Corned Beef, Ranch Smokehouse Pastrami, Bramborový Salát (Czech Potato Salad),Green beans with Fatback & Onion, Sauerkraut, Pickled Beets, Sweet Potato Pie, Sliced Bread, Beverages

Lunch is served at 12:30. Pick up wrist bands at Visitors Center beginning at 9 a.m. when purchasing admission. Lunch tickets are non-refundable.

Halloween Ghosts and Grub Register

Ghosts and Grub

Appetizer Platters:

Ladies fingers and men’s toes– pretzel dough formed to look like severed fingers and toes. Served with dipping sauces.

Devilish eggs– -classic deviled eggs decorated to resemble tiny devil faces.

Decomposed salad– a seasonal salad with roasted butternut squash and red endive leaves. Homemade vinaigrette dressing.

Cured Epidermis– Prosciutto toasted in oven until crispy, served on cutting block.

Entrée items

Black Bat Wings– chicken wings with a spooky twist.

Colcannon – a classic Irish/Celtic Samhain traditional Holiday dish

Stuffed Jack- O- Lantern Bell peppers– meat and rice stuffed bell peppers with a homemade tomato sauce.

Desserts

Assorted Soul Cakes.

Booberry Cobbler

Dinner at the Ranch – Complete Six Course Candlelight Dinner Register

Join us as we celebrate the return of our famous, one-of-a-kind multi-course dinners served at the historic 1860’s home of Colonel and Mrs. Polly Ryon. Journey back in time and experience fine dining circa 1860’s Texas style. Enjoy polite conversation as and Mrs. Polly welcomes you to her dining table and home. Reservations are required. Recommended for ages 15 & older. Shirt and tie dress code required. Minimum of 4 guests for dinner to take place. Non-refundable.

Menu:

Soup- Creamy Roasted Butternut Squash Soup
Salad- Lump Crab on a Bed of Greens
Appetizer- Wild Boar Quiche Loraine
Sorbet- Green Mango Sorbet,
Entrée- Cast Iron Seared Filet Mignon with a Cognac Cream Sauce, Served On a Bed Of Garlic Spinach Accompanied With Roasted Veggies,
Dessert- New Orleans Style Bread Pudding with A Grand Marnier Sauce, Orange Infused Cream Cheese Topped Off With Crystalized Orange Peel

Saturday Lunch – Before Thanksgiving was Thanksgiving Pig Roast Register

Join us and enjoy Whole Roast Pig (no head), Venison Sausage, Assorted Sauces, Pumpkin Soup, Pan D Campo bread, Sweet Potato Pone, Corn Casserole, Black-eyed peas, Apple Pudding (Cobbler), Sweet Potato Pie, Buttermilk Pie.

Campfire Christmas – Christmases Past – Friday Park Tour Register

Interested in just the Park Christmas Experience? On a shorter time-frame than the traditional event allows? Visit us on Friday, December 9th or Friday, December 16th for a festive Park experience. Let us take you back in time for a whirlwind, time-traveling experience to Christmas Eve pasts. Your evening includes:

1st Stop: Travel back to Christmas Eve 1869 and join the Ryon Family for a housewarming ball. Take a turn in the Ryon yard and then take a gander of Polly’s newly purchased and redesigned family home.

2nd Stop: Next stop, visit a line camp on a Christmas Eve in the early 1900s and learn about the changing face of the cattle industry. Visit with the cowboys and sing some tunes out on the lonely range.

3rd Stop: On your last stop, call on the George Family on Christmas Eve 1945. With WWII ending four months before, celebrate with the George’s in a world finally at peace.

Tickets are non-refundable and Campfire Christmas is held regardless of the weather. This event is recommended for adults and children 8 and up. Please call (281) 343-0218 extension 220 for groups of 7 or more or if you have any difficulties booking on-line.

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December 9, 2016
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Adults$30.00
Children 15 and under$25.00
Senior 62 and over$25.00
6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
Adults$30.00
Children 15 and under$25.00
Senior 62 and over$25.00
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Adults$30.00
Children 15 and under$25.00
Senior 62 and over$25.00
December 16, 2016
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Adults$30.00
Children 15 and under$25.00
Senior 62 and over$25.00
6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
Adults$30.00
Children 15 and under$25.00
Senior 62 and over$25.00
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Adults$30.00
Children 15 and under$25.00
Senior 62 and over$25.00

Children’s Campfire Christmas Register

Join us for a family-geared Campfire Christmas that focuses on the little ones in your life. Participate in fun Christmas crafts, take a hayride through the Park and sing Christmas songs around the campfire. A light dinner is included in the ticket price.6:00-8:00pm.

Campfire Christmas – Christmases Past – Saturday Meal and Tour Register

Visit “Christmases Past” this year at our annual Campfire Christmas event. Enjoy Campfire Christmas with all the trimmings! Start your evening with a with a classic, holiday meal featuring the best and most scrumptious recipes from Christmas pasts. After the meal take a turn on the dance floor to the music of the ever popular Pat Gavin and the Buckaroo Band. After your hearty Christmas meal, hop on our magical, time-traveling tram that will take you back to Christmas Eve’s pasts.

1st Stop: Travel back to Christmas Eve 1869 and join the Ryon Family for a housewarming ball. Take a turn in the Ryon yard and then take a gander of Polly’s newly purchased and redesigned family home.

2nd Stop: Next stop, visit a line camp on a Christmas Eve in the early 1900s and learn about the changing face of the cattle industry. Visit with the cowboys and sing some tunes out on the lonely range.

3rd Stop: On your last stop, call on the George Family on Christmas Eve 1945. With WWII ending four months before, celebrate with the George’s in a world finally at peace.

Tickets are non-refundable and Campfire Christmas is held regardless of the weather. This event is recommended for adults and children 8 and up. Please call (281) 343-0218 extension 410 for groups of 7 or more or if you have any difficulties booking on-line.

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December 10, 2016
5:30 PM - 8:00 PM
Adults$50.00
Children 15 and under$45.00
Senior 62 and over$45.00
6:00 PM - 8:30 PM
Adults$50.00
Children 15 and under$45.00
Senior 62 and over$45.00
6:30 PM - 9:00 PM
Adults$50.00
Children 15 and under$45.00
Senior 62 and over$45.00
December 17, 2016
5:30 PM - 8:00 PM
Adults$50.00
Children 15 and under$45.00
Senior 62 and over$45.00
6:00 PM - 8:30 PM
Adults$50.00
Children 15 and under$45.00
Senior 62 and over$45.00
6:30 PM - 9:00 PM
Adults$50.00
Children 15 and under$45.00
Senior 62 and over$45.00

Saturday Lunch – New Year’s Special Meal Register

Don’t miss our countdown at NOON at the Jones Stock Farm followed by a special New Year’s Eve Meal at 12:30 pm in the George Yard. Meal includes Grilled or Smoked Pork, Hopping John, Mixed Greens with Hocks, Fried Cabbage, Cracklin Bread, Peach Cobbler

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