Meet the Team: Damon Cormier

Meet the Team: Damon Cormier

What is your place in The Best Stop family?   I am the youngest of Robert and Brunella’s four children.   How long have you been working at The Best Stop? Well, when The Best Stop opened I was in the second grade. I’d come in with dad and I’d help him here...
Tasso: The Unsung Flavor Champion of the South

Tasso: The Unsung Flavor Champion of the South

In South Louisiana, we know specialty meats. From chaudin to turduckens, there’s no meat we can’t stuff, cure, smoke or marinate. One such meat that often gets overlooked in the specialty meat arena is tasso. Tasso, also known as Cajun ham, has a unique...
Best Stop Products Now Available at Rouses Markets

Best Stop Products Now Available at Rouses Markets

We’re so excited to finally announce that some of your favorite Best Stop products are now available for purchase at all Rouses Markets locations in Louisiana, Mississippi and Alabama!    After years of planning and development, we opened the doors to our...
The Best Stop Wholesale Distribution Facility

The Best Stop Wholesale Distribution Facility

After three years of planning and development, The Best Stop is pleased to announce that our $6 million wholesale distribution facility, located at 617 Highway 93 North Scott, La, is now open for business!   The Best Stop Wholesale Facility The 15,000-square-foot...
Southern Cooking: Ways to Use Bacon Grease

Southern Cooking: Ways to Use Bacon Grease

If you want to know how to make a southern cook cry, just toss your leftover bacon grease in the trash to see how they’ll react. Us Cajuns strongly believe that the grease from those heavenly strips add far more flavor than any expensive olive oils or fancy seasoning...
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...

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