San Jacinto Monument
Before an army could fight, it had to be fed! Soldiers in the Texian Army were usually supplied with the basic ingredients and had to make their own food out of what was provided.
In his memoirs of the Texas Revolution, Dr. Labadie wrote that the day before the Battle of San Jacinto, he “secured a small tin pan full, and having made it into dough, I threw it on the hot embers, and in ten minutes it was bread.”
This Saturday, visitors can make their own campfire bread, just like the Texian soldiers did 186 years ago.
When: Saturday, December 3; drop in between 12:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m.
Where: outside the San Jacinto Monument
Age Range: 5+, adults and kids welcome
Note: Program will be canceled in case of rain or strong wind.
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