Texas Texas Salsa

We make salsa. But that wasn’t always the case.

It all began in 1975 in San Saba, Texas; the Pecan Capital of the World. Eddie & Brunhilde Sanderson opened a small retail store – selling pecans and snack foods to townsfolk and hunters traveling to the hill country for deer season. Over time, they expanded their menu to include authentic Texas favorites – family recipes passed down and perfected over generations. Local fandom inspired Eddie & Brunhilde to take their dishes on the road – entering cooking competitions all over Texas. Their confidence and their cooking was rewarded with big wins at cook-offs and festivals for everything from chili to pinto beans and wild game to pecan pies. With a few gold medals and first-place titles under their belts, they had the swagger to branch out. So they made a curious, but not a totally crazy choice. They started making salsa.

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