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Shaffer Farms Texas BBQ
Review by: Roadfood Team
First-class barbecue at Shaffer Farms Texas BBQ
Don’t miss these ribs, pulled pork, brisket — along with potato salad, beans, corn cakes, and cole slaw. YUM.
When you walk into the front entrance of Shaffer Farm Store, you are greeted by a long case of the some of the best-looking cuts of meats you’ll see anywhere. This isn’t your rinky-dink meat counter at the Walmart. The sight of all these great cuts of meats gets your taste buds ready for some great barbecue.
What should I eat at Shaffer Farms Texas BBQ?
After heading through swinging doors take a right, go up to the counter, and place your order. On the day we visited, one of our party had the brisket and homemade sausage, another had the rib plate, as well as the three-meat combo (ribs, brisket, and BBQ pork). There are many sides from which to choose but we had ranch potato salad, barbecue beans, and coleslaw.
All the meats are tender and smoked well at Shaffer Farms Texas BBQ. The sizes of the meat portions are very generous and the side items are served in six-ounce Styrofoam cups. None of us went away hungry. All of the meals are served in cardboard trays and Styrofoam containers, so presentation is what you would expect in most good “Mom and Pop” barbecue restaurants. Soft drinks are available in bottles; sweet and unsweet tea could also be ordered.
Since the meal portions are so large we didn’t do desserts this trip. They have some great looking homemade cakes and pies available. Next time we’ll give them a try.
*original post by Dave R.*
Directions & Hours
|Meals Served||Lunch, Dinner, Dessert|
|Credit Cards Accepted||Yes|