This is the day we have all been waiting for folks. Whataburger is going to sell their Fancy Ketchup, including the Spicy Ketchup at H-E-B.
“Whataburger is selling its brand of Fancy Ketchup, Spicy Ketchup and Original Mustard in 16- and 20-ounce bottles at H-E-B stores in Texas and Mexico.”
And surely they’ll be available to order on Amazon for us Tex-pats out here!
We are so considerate, we provided both carnivores and vegetarians with cover stories this week:
It’s cute, really.
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Mandatory Monday Morning Merle
Doug Guller, Founder and CEO of ATX Brands, has announced plans to purchase the former ghost town of Bankersmith, Texas and rename it something (hopefully) much more appealing to the average tourist: Bikinis.
The town’s new moniker comes from Guller’s chain of Texas “breastaurants” with the same name. Guller purchased Bankersmith through Craiglist, and hopes to start throwing events in the town, located near Amarillo, by fall, according to a press release.
The town was first established in 1913, when the San Antonio, Fredericksburg and Northern Railroad laid tracks between Fredericksburg and Comfort. Though the town was never all that big, the population was reportedly hovering around the 20 person mark between 1949 and 1961, according to the town’s website.
Of the newly unincorporated town, Guller said in a press release: “Bikinis, TX will be a world class destination and I am thrilled to expand the Bikinis brand to include town ownership. There can’t be a better way to put Bikinis on the map…Literally.”
Just what the world needed.
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Kay Bailey is too feisty for such a cold sign off as ‘best wishes.’ I call fraud.