Chuckwagon Cuisine



On the Trail 
It all starts with breads! The heavenly aroma of our homemade sour dough and yeast breads tease your appetite. Steamy warm and delectably light - you can't get your fill! Slather with butter or dip with gravy. Ummmm, GOOD! Then there are the Entrees. Whether its sausage and eggs for breakfast, cowboy beef stew for lunch, or tender beef tenderloin for dinner, our entrees are deliciously generous. You can always diet next week!Of course the potatoes, fluffy whipped with a hint of garlic, sliced with spicy peppers and onions, baked in hot coals, or crispy steak-fries - however you like this staple of the chuck box; we can suit your tastes! Beans? Dried foods were a necessity on long drives and sometimes were all the cowboys had to eat - morning, noon, and night. Our secret recipes will have you coming back for seconds and asking for beans for breakfast. Don't forget the Desserts! Imagine flaky pastry with bubbling hot fruit and you get an idea of how good our cobblers are. Our bread puddings are inspirational and we have to hobble our fried fruit pies to keep them from walking away! Our advice?  Life is short - eat dessert first!



Sample Menu's

Ranch Wedge Salad w/ Choice of Dressing

Cowboy Chicken Fried Steak w/ Black Pepper Cream Gravy, Smashed Buttered Potatoes, Jalapeno Corn

Buttermilk Biscuits

Dutch Oven Peach Cobbler


Fire Grilled Flank Steak & Chicken Fajitas w/ Chlle Rajas

Cowboy Beans, Nuevo Guacamole, Campfire Salsa,

Mexican Crema & Griddled Tortillas

Cinnamon Sugar Sopapillas


Tomato Salad w/ Texas Mozzarella & Garlic- Chile Croutons

Pan Roasted Beef Tenderloin w/ Coffee & Molasses Shellac

Green Chile Potato Hash & Apricot Asparagus Sauté'

Dried Apple Bread Pudding


*Ask to see our Seasonal Menu

* All Foods Made From Scratch

We use only the highest quality, freshest ingredients in our foods. Talk to us about one of our many standard menus or working with you to create a custom menu to be remembered.



5403 Tatum Lane, Spring, TX 77389 Phone: 281.355.0496 







Chile Glazed Boar Ribs

Beef Tenderloin Chalupas

Smoked Quail Tamales






About Us

A bit of history; as native Texans, we certainly didn't escape the influence cattle, ranching, and cowboys have had on our culture. In his lifetime Emmett (Harold) accumulated a wealth of cowboy experience, a solid collection of tack and paraphernalia, picked up the art of blacksmithing, and began rodeoing at a early age. Shine (Michael) has spent his career cooking within the hospitality industry as a chef. His love of the old west , horses and the romance of the cowboy lifestyle led to him to contemporary cowboy cuisine and finally at Harold’s prodding, wagon cooking.

A long time ago, we teamed up to cook for a host of folks around church and such. Along the way, we got many requests to cook for people - fund raisers, corporate parties, open houses, weddings, rehearsal dinners, private parties, etc. We love the reaction people have to our 100-year old wagon complete with its antique equipment and the flavor of our food authentically prepared over a wood fire in heavy cast iron Dutch ovens and skillets. We enjoy taking folks back to a more rustic time and simple cuisine, dishing up complete meals prepared on-site and served on spackled granite dinnerware.

Set Up / Travel Fees

Wagon Set Up (Per Quote)


$ .75 per mile for over locations outside 50 miles


Additional Hands -$25.00 per hour per

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We are proud members of the following organizations:
Houston Livestock Show & Rodeo
Texas Restaurant Association