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Texan expats, rejoice! The wonderful technological magic of the internet has made it possible for you to enjoy mouth-watering Texas sausages with just a few keystrokes on your laptop.
You’ve probably heard about the incredible meat markets in Texas, but if not, then you’ve surely heard about Texas barbecue. If you live in Boston though, it might be hard to find good Texan sausage. Fear not though, we have rounded up some of the best Texas sausages that you can purchase online and have it shipped right to your door.
When Texans think of sausages, Southside Market & Barbeque in Elgin consistently comes to mind. They’ve been bringing delicious barbecue to hungry Texans for 135 years now. That’s a legacy you can trust. South Side offers six different types and flavors of sausage for sale online, including their legendary Original Beef Sausage.
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“Opa” is German for “Grandpa,” and Opa’s Smoked Meats in Fredericksburg have been making their grandpa’s recipe since 1947. Opa’s offers over a dozen different varieties of traditional German sausages and Texas-style sausages online.
The tiny town of Chappell Hill is known for its sausage that bears the community name. If you can’t get to the little Texas Hill Country town though, you can order some online. Chappell Hill offers pork, beef, turkey and chicken sausage in several flavors.
New Braunfels is one of Texas’ most treasured historic German settlements. If you want a taste of that German/Texan heritage, order New Braunfels Smokehouse sausage on the Internet. Smoked bratwurst, summer sausage and more await your tastebuds!
Sure, you could get up at the crack of dawn, go wait in line and have Snow’s barbecue for breakfast and possibly chance running into someone like former Texas Governor Rick Perry, or you could sit at home in your jammies and have Snow’s send their nationally-renowned sausage to you. It’s a win-win either way.
Salt Lick in Driftwood is an old Texas favorite, and you can get Salt Lick sausage shipped to your home. It’s a good option for folks who can’t make it out there, or simply got lost on their way to Driftwood.
Historic Kreuz Market in Lockhart is a fantastic place to get some great Texas sausage. If you 0rder it online though, they can’t stop you from eating it with a fork at home. There are several options to choose from.