Meat the Team: Robert Cormier

Meat the Team: Robert Cormier

Photo credit to Scott Clause, The Advertiser In the economic downturn of the 1980s, Robert Cormier and Lawrence Menard (Uncle Brud) stood in a vacant parking lot in Scott, Louisiana, and began talking about new possibilities. More than 30 years later, this means to...
The Best Stop Gives Back

The Best Stop Gives Back

When we sold our first link of boudin back in 1986, our goal was to provide our community with the best specialty meats in Louisiana while creating a brand our families could be proud of. Since then, The Best Stop not only serves the local community in and around...
No Such Thing As Leftover Boudin

No Such Thing As Leftover Boudin

Here in Louisiana, we don’t let good food go to waste. That’s especially true with our award-winning boudin prepared fresh at The Best Stop Supermarket. We sell more than two thousand pounds of this delicious Cajun treat every day, so you could call us experts on the...
Tips For Freezing: A Guide to Proper Meat Storage

Tips For Freezing: A Guide to Proper Meat Storage

At The Best Stop, we’re firm believers that the best meat is fresh meat. But we also understand that eating meat while it’s fresh isn’t always a possibility—and we’d rather see our customers save our award-winning cuts of specialty meats for later than throwing away...
Cast Iron Care: How We Keep Our Black Pots Looking Like New

Cast Iron Care: How We Keep Our Black Pots Looking Like New

Cooking with cast iron is awesome. There, we said it. If you haven’t cooked with cast iron, you’re missing out! Its nonstick coating naturally improves with time, it holds heat better than any other metal and it’s virtually indestructible! At the Best Stop, we’ve been...
The Best Way to Brown: 5 Tips For Searing Your Meat

The Best Way to Brown: 5 Tips For Searing Your Meat

Here at The Best Stop Supermarket, we know better than anyone that a perfect sear is one of the most important parts of creating mouthwatering Cajun dishes. That’s why we made this list of our favorite tips for getting a perfect sear every time. First Things...

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