Today’s Meat Adventure brings us to Hangtown
Archer’s is located 5 miles off the main highway. It would be very easy to pass it by, but we had a mission. A building with a western motif and ‘Archer’s’ signs plastered everywhere let us know we had arrived. Once through the doors the smiles began. A full service deli with a special sandwich called “The Blockhead”: a random combo of meats and cheeses with all the fixins. I was tempted to get “The Super Blockhead” which was double of everything but I had judging duties to perform. The salami was house made.
Where should I start on the selection of meats available? Beautiful grass fed and grain finished steaks were available. Marinated beef and chicken were begging you to take them home to grill. House smoked bacon and pork chops made it to my basket. House cured salamis with or with out cheese and housed smoked jerky tempted. A large selection of ‘Aidells’ sausage was available. If you could not find your fancy in this meat case you may be tempted by the game available. Rabbit, pheasant, elk, buffalo, lamb, duck venison and even some seafood was available.
Archer’s Butcher Block is a one stop meat palace. A full deli and meat market that impresses. If you need to have game or livestock processed Archer’s can fill your bill. We loaded up the Racing Honda with purchases and fellow judges. My ice chest had some bacon, smoked pork chops, and house cured salami. This was a Meat Adventure that just so happen to combine with our BBQ judging. Boy, do I love Meat Adventures.