A Little Bit of History

Located deep in the heart of Texas, Holmes Smokehouse was founded in 1970 by Luvine Holmes. From a small meat locker, in Rosenberg Texas, Luvine developed our award winning sausage recipe. Luvine believed that when making sausage “You can’t make a good sausage cheap, and you can’t make a cheap sausage good!” This conviction is what we’ve built our business and reputation on. Here at Holmes Smokehouse, we use only the finest cuts of meat seasoned with an old fasion blend of salt, pepper, and garlic, and slow smoked to perfection with real pecan logs. We don’t cut corners or make compromises. Just one taste and you’ll see why,

There’s No Taste Like Holmes!

2 responses

  1. Robert & Diane Krienke

    My husband & I, and our family had only eaten Chappel Hill sausage for years. We were shopping @ HEB several years back when we noticed Holmes Sausage for the first time. It was less expensive & since we were trying to cut back on our spending we decided to try the garlic flavor. My husband had doubts that it would taste as good. After the first couple of bites, he said he hadn’t tasted sausage this good before, that is until I bought some of Holmes Venison & Pork. Since then we haven’t bought any other sausage. We like to have it at least once every 2 weeks & even then we fix enough to have servings for 2 days. We love to have it by itself wrapped in bread. We have talked most of our friends into trying it & they had their doubts to, but once they tasted it, they were hooked. We’re excited to find out that you’re located close to us. We live in Spring, TX.
    We can’t say how much we enjoy your meat & thank you for adding a great meal to our monthly menu… :-}

    November 7, 2010 at 8:10 pm

    • Diane we are so appreciative of your great testimony about your experience trying our sausage. It has been our experience that once someone takes the plunge and tries our sausage they’ll never go back to their old brand. Thanks again for your support!

      November 9, 2010 at 8:52 am

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