This is a family-owned business that was started in 2009. They are specializing in a "made from scratch" fried pie to bring you that old-fashioned homemade taste! They have "amazingly delicious fried pies... super good filling & a flaky pie crust like it should be". When you also have a chance to "see them somewhere try them... you won't regret it". You can also try their pies "fresh out of the fryer" by visiting them at Canton Trade Days in the Lewis Section by Martha's Restaurant or Bowie Trade Days at Trade City! They also set up for Antique Alley, a local event, every 3rd full weekend of April and September downtown Grandview, Faith Meadows, Burd's Nest (Sand Flat), and Whipporwill Farms. Check out their social media page for more updates.
Brazos Valley Cheese is dedicated to crafting “all-natural, high quality, healthy cheese” using traditional methods and no artificial flavors. The company has the capacity to make cheese from “2,000 gallons of milk” per week. Every cheese is made with raw cow’s milk and all the hard cheeses are aged in our underground cheese cave. The high butterfat content of the milk makes rich, yellow, creamy cheeses that are used by the finest chefs and sold at the best retail shops in Dallas, Fort Worth, San Antonio, Austin and Houston. They also have award winning cheeses like the Brazos’ Eden cheese that won first place at the “2011 American Cheese Society competition”, and the Brazos Select that won second place in 2010.
Located in Waco, Texas, Homestead Gristmill offers a wholesome taste of fresh-ground whole grains from their historic timber-frame “water-powered mill” that was originally built in 1760. Given a new life as Homestead Gristmill in 2001, they open it to public year round, grinding “fresh whole wheat flour and corn meal.” In addition, they also grind oats, rye, spelt, rice, buckwheat and soybeans. They use the single-step process of grinding with natural granite stones which preserves the nutritional value of the grain. All the grains are grown without chemical pesticides and fertilizers. You can visit Homestead Gristmill and watch the “milling process” and tour the store, which features fresh samples of various baked items, unique gift items for the kitchen and home, and dozens of delicious natural mixes that can be taken home and enjoyed.
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