$2 from every entrée will be donated to the 46ers, the restricted giving fund of Houston Football.
HOUSTON – Fans of the #HTownTakeover will soon be able to eat a delicious meal while giving back to the Houston Football program as BB’s Café debuts The Applewhite, named after first-year Houston Football Head Coach Major Applewhite, on Sept. 5.
Designed in consultation with Applewhite and BB’s owner and founder, UH Track & Field alum Brooks Bassler, the entrée will consist of a combination of catfish, crawfish and shrimp etouffee with garlic bread, white and dirty rice.
Available at all seven BB’s Café locations throughout the Houston area, $2 from every Applewhite entrée will be donated to the 46ers, the restricted giving fund of Houston Football under the Cougar Pride fundraising umbrella.
Applewhite is the second member of the #HTownTakeover to receive the honor of an entrée at BB’s Café as Houston alum and recent Super Bowl champion Elandon Roberts debuted The Elandon in July. The plate which consists of grilled redfish over cilantro rice, one chicken skewer and two stuffed shrimp benefits the Elandon Roberts Foundation that supports heart disease research.
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