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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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Colter's Texas Bar-B-Q

Colters's was founded in 1980 by Peter McGuire, a veteran restauranteur who developed more than 100 Burger King franchises in Texas and the Northeast. Later, Peter joined the new Church's Fried Chicken franchise, developing dozens of them in California. In Dallas, he bought an existing barbeque restaurant, converted it to Colter's and began creating the menu and business system that has made Colter's a household word in the Dallas-Fort Worth area. The business system is one that pays close attention to detail . Colter's units feature hostesses who refill customer's drinks, imaginative paper-towel holders at each table, in lieu of napkins, and customer comment cards to keep emploees and franchises on their toes.

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Stubb's Bar-B-Q

In 1985 a series of circumstances forced Stubb to close his beloved restaurant. "Let’s put it this way," said Stubb, "I got run out of Lubbock ‘cause I was broke, busted and disgusted. I can’t fight the IRS with barbecue and sauce." With
his restaurant closed, Stubb decided to move to Austin and began selling his barbecue out of Antone’s, a blues club near the University of Texas, and in 1986 opened his second restaurant, Stubb’s Bar-B-Q. There he revived the Lubbock tradition of jam sessions that featured such musicians as Ely, Butch Hancock and The Maines Brothers.

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Texas In A Box

TexasInaBox.Com is located at 124 and 126 West California Street, in the small farming and ranching town of Floydada (pronounced Floi-day-duh), situated on the high, flat southern tip of the North American Great Plains. Floydada is in the middle of one of the largest beef and cotton producing areas of the world - we're just down the road from the famous Matador Ranch. The area is ideal for agriculture, since the land is fertile and very, very flat. We are based in, and have restored, a building erected in 1926 about one block west of Floydada's courthouse square. Just a few doors down is our bank; a drug store; a good Tex-Mex cafe (Azteca); an old-fashioned general store and auto parts shop (Caprock), and; several other locally owned, family businesses.

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