A plaque remaining from the Big Apple Night Club at West 135th Street and Seventh Avenue in Harlem.

Above, a 1934 plaque from the Big Apple Night Club at West 135th Street and Seventh Avenue in Harlem. Discarded as trash in 2006. Now a Popeye's fast food restaurant on Google Maps.

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Barbecue Sauce & Steak Sauce

Sloppy Nachos & Sloppy Joes

Glory Road

Tequila Shrimp (Margarita Shrimp Skewers)

South of the Border Cider

Tequila Mockingbird (cocktail)

Tequila Sunrise (cocktail)

Montezuma’s Revenge or Moctezuma’s Revenge (traveler’s diarrhea)

Pocho & Pochismo

Spanglish

Hombre & Bad Hombre Eggs

Tortilla Curtain & Cactus Curtain

Tortilla

Alamo Bowl

“A line in the sand” (Col. Travis in 1836; Pres. Bush in 1990)

Cowboy Bloody Mary (cocktail)

“Merry Tex-mas, Y’all!”

“Big as hell and half of Texas”

Blue Steel

FiDi (Financial District)

Cowboy Cool

Father’s Day in Harlem (racist joke)

“More horses’ asses than horses”

“Don’t pee on my leg and tell me it’s raining”

“Here I sit, cheeks a-flexin’, giving birth to another Texan” (bathroom graffiti)

“Alamo has no back door” (Maury Maverick, Jr.)

Fixens; Fixins; Fixings

Fixin to

Condensed Milk (Borden’s Eagle Brand)

“Who will join old Ben Milam in storming the Alamo?”

Chile Colorado (Chili Colorado)

Chile Relleno

Blinky

Y’all

Compañera; Compañero

“You can’t say Dallas doesn’t love you, Mr. President” (Nellie Connally)

“Neighbor, how long has it been since you’ve had a big, thick, steaming bowl of Wolf Brand Chili?”

“You can always tell a Texan—but you can’t tell him much”

“Too much ain’t enough” (Lone Star Cafe, NYC; Darrell Royal)

“Hotter than a Laredo parking lot” (Dan Rather, election night 2000)

“Knock off its horns, wipe its ass, and throw it on the plate” (Texan ordering “rare” steak)

“How the cow ate the cabbage”

“Beat like a rented mule”

“What has six balls and screws Texans? The Texas Lottery!” (Kinky Friedman)

Howdy ("Howdy, Pardner!")

Barbecue

“Hook “Em Horns” & “Hook ‘Em Cows”

“Made in Texas by Texans”

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