Burgundy's Boucherie has a “store and butcher market” in Grandview that offers the largest selection of local 100% Grass Fed Beef and Seasonal Lamb, Pasture-Raised Pork and Chicken, and more. Their meats are dry-aged, cut and packaged at their own “USDA approved country meat market” in The Burgundy Boucherie in Grandview, Texas. They don’t use any antibiotics, hormones, herbicides or pesticides. Some other things they carry are “Raw Milk Cheeses, Free Range Eggs, Grass-Fed Beef Jerky” that is delicious and made from their beef, and other local produce. If you are in the area, make sure you drop by Burgundy Pasture Beef and get yourself a wonderful tasting bone-in rib-eye!
Farmers Delite lives up to its name as a true haven for food lovers in Desoto. With a strong online presence, this beloved produce store garners praise from loyal patrons and newcomers alike for its outstanding product selection and top-notch service. While the occasional dissatisfied customer surfaces, the overall online reviews are positive. The store offers a diverse range of offerings, including fresh produce, coffee, homemade salsas, nuts, plants, and locally sourced food products. Recent online feedback raves about the abundance of fresh flowers and fruits, exceptional customer service, and the unwavering support for this small business. Farmers Delite is indeed a culinary gem that's well worth a visit.
Come and Take It calls themselves “purveyors of craft beer, fine wine, and market goods.” And with their extensive line up of drinks and other products, they have indeed earned that title. Planning to chill and grab a bottle of local brew? Come and Take It has over 180 selections of local, regional, national, and global craft brews! The craft beer selection changes weekly as they feature “new beers, seasonals and limited releases.” If you’re more into wines, the store is home to “over 400 vintages from top local and world vineyards.” And if you need something to complement your drinks or hungry for something tasty, the store also offers gourmet meats, cheeses, crackers, chips, dips, and more!
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