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We may not always agree with others when it comes to policies and laws debated within the Texas House of Representatives, but today is a new day as carnivores in Texas come together as one.

The men and women of the Texas House of Representatives put aside their differences in May and for that, we can thank them for what their unity produced, a day of recognition for a Texas favorite. They've declared October 26th as Texas Chicken Fried Steak Day and you know what that means. It's another justified reason to order and maybe overindulge on that deep golden fried steak enveloped in a peppery sea of country gravy.

In a big city with a small town feel, like Houston, it's not hard to find a restaurant or diner serving up the Texas staple. You could easily commemorate the day eating chicken fried steak at one of your favorite places, but if it's not a blue plate special, chances are they're not giving this dish the royal treatment it deserves on its day. Their lost is The Black-Eyed Pea's gain.

Like chicken fried steak, if you were raised in Texas, then you've grown up dining at The Black-Eyed Pea some point in your life. The Texas-based restaurant is showing the comfort food we all adore much love on Wednesday, October 26th. Diners can purchase the chicken fried steak meal for $6.99 all day (regularly priced at $8.99).

If you're really bold and think you can take on a Texas-sized steak, The Black-Eyed Pea has a challenge for you. For anyone who orders and can finish a Texas-sized chicken fried steak, two vegetable side dishes, and a roll, the restaurant will reward them with their choice of a banana pudding or fried pie.

Whether you're up for the challenge or not, pay homage to the greatness that is chicken fried steak. It is after all the first ever Texas Chicken Fried Steak Day, so order away.

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