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Smithfield Hams

In 1621, Captain Nathaniel Basse first sailed his ship the “Furtherance” up the Pagan River to near what is now Smithfield, Virginia and settled a 300 acre parcel of land he called “Basse’s Choice”. As a well-respected local leader and sea trader, Captain Basse was noted for his dedication to excellence. He had a reputation for trading the very best Virginia had to offer – and today, Basse’s Choice is continuing in this tradition of excellence.

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Slovacek Sausage

Pretty much everybody around Snook knew old Uncle John Slovacek. He was a friendly guy who just happened to make the best sausage anyone had ever tested. Finally, in 1957, Uncle John did what all his friends had been urging him to do. He dropped his amateur status and turned professional sausage maker. And the world is a better place for it.

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Ranch House Meats

Selecting our smoked barbequed and cured meats eliminates worrying about what to serve a crowd, or what present to give. Our goal is to keep you out of the kitchen and in on the fun. We go to great lengths to offer selections that make gift-giving easy and delicious. For over 20 years, we've been delivering the finest mesquite-smoked and cured meats you can imagine, right here from Menard, TX.

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Ranch Oak Farm

Since 1941, when our founder, Paul Brandt, turned his backyard hobby of smoking turkeys into a business, Ranch Oak Farm has produced Texas Barbeque and Smoked Meats so delicious they make unique food gift ideas to please corporate executives, business friends, new neighbors and Uncle Ralph at birthday time, holidays or anytime! We are proud of our cured and smoked meats. We still prepare the slow, old fashioned smokehouse way. We make all our own products and stand behind every item.

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The Salt Lick

Take a deep breath and inhale the aroma of some of the best BBQ the Hill Country has to offer. You've found "The Salt Lick" so named by owner Hisako Roberts and her husband, the late Thurman Roberts, because "a Salt Lick is something where all the animals congregate. There is something good, something essential about it."

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