Week 3 52 Weeks in Magnolia, TX a visit to Ainsworth Meats

ainsworth5_0001 Ainsworth Meats moved to the Magnolia area in 1997. Old fashioned customer service, education, advice and quality meats. “We guarantee everything we sell” says owner Raymond Skelton. They can do that because they process 95% of the meat they sell on site. Counter items are available based on what the average customer’s orders, but they maintain an inventory that can be cut to the customer’s special request. They have a wide range of meat choices: beef, pork, chicken, market made sausage (on site), small selection of seafood, wild game meats include—deer, elk and buffalo. They wrap the meat for you based if you’re going to eat it today or put it in the freezer for next week. Many ready to cook items are available: pre-marinated steaks, stuffed pork chops, chicken Diablo’s, just to name a few. They also have a small selection of grocery items to finish out the meal; potatoes, spaghetti sauce, lettuce, tomatoes, drinks and more. Wild game processing is available.

Fifty-Two linear feet of meat counter for fresh cut meats. They have three, four door freezers. A 20×10 walk in freezer and a 10×7 walk in freezer in addition to a 8x8x20 freezer. With all that freezer space they are bound to have what you’re looking for.

Ainsworth sells gift certificates. WOW, what a great gift. Speaking of great gifts, Valentines Day is coming up and it has been a growing holiday for the sale of meat. Think about it, it’s a perfect time for the men to step it up and flex those cooking muscles and show their lady they love them. A romantic dinner at home with her favorite cut of meat.

Don’t know what cut of meat to choose? No problem, one of the best things about visiting Ainsworth is that they will educate you on the type of meat and how best to cook it. Education was the inspiration for this blog. A couple of weeks ago I made a trip to my local meat market (Ainsworth Meats). I was on a serious mission, to find the right meat to cook a chicken fried steak. Unfortunately it had been at least five years since I had attempted this feat. They not only helped me with the right meat, but gave me tips on creating what ended up being the perfect batter. It is delicious.

Good meat, excellent customer service, education and advice….Ainsworth Meats the local meat market in Magnolia, Texas. Located a half mile South of Farmers Market 1488 on the West side of Farmers Market 2978. Check them out, you’ll be glad I sent you.

                                                                

Ainsworth Meats 32599 FM 2978, Magnoli, TX 77354 (281) 252-0002

 

This REALTORS Perspective:

There is nothing like a cook out to bring the neighborhood together. If your Home Owners Association is planning a National Night Out get involved, sign up to participate. If they are not participating in National Night Out, get it started in your subdivision. Good neighbors make good communities and good communities have higher resale value. This is a great way to get out and meet your neighbors, who knows you might have more than just the neighborhood in common. The National Night Out idea is simple, know your neighbors and help keep your community safe.  Host a cook out and invite the neighbors or call me and I’ll host one for you. No joke I would love the opportunity to host your next neighborhood get together. No worries, no pressure, just me trying to help you and your neighbors to…………..

LIVE LIFE TO THE FULLEST,

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S.C.

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About Scott Culberson

Texas Real Estate Broker Associate, father of two, husband to one. Faith, family, friends and work, in that order. I work to live not live to work. My work environment is customized to the needs of each client. I am present for my clients and make sure I make their day. I'm an Eagle Scout and still believe in the values I learned so many years ago. Re/Max Northwest, REALTORS. My motto: "LIVE LIFE TO THE FULLEST"
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