When you are greeted by a large fiberglass steer in the parking lot, there is a feeling that you have arrived at a great meat destination. This is the vibrations I felt twice in
Walking into Iowa Meat Farms and Siesel’s was a journey into meat lover’s paradise. This was a one stop shop for anything involved to make that perfect bbq meal. There were massive glass showcases displaying all meat categories. Choice and Prime cuts of beef are offered. On the shelves, there was an impressive line-up of sauces and rubs. There was even a display of the ‘Gates’ bba sauces, a barbeque chain restaurant from
I was inspired by the offerings of different flavored smoking woods for sale. Mustard, olives, oils and any fancy condiment you could ever imagine is available.
The first thing that caught my eye in the meat cases was the dry aged beef. This was tear producing material. I chose the best looking and biggest
New York steak they had
for sale. Slab bacon that is house smoked was my next choice.The bacon is double smoked. The first smoke is of applewood and
finished with hickory smoke. You know I could not resist this beauty.
Sausages are house made. Bacon bratwurst, hot cheddar and bourbon polish were a
few of my sausage choices.
There was a fish section which I skipped. There was also a deli counter for sandwiches and such. There was produce section if you really wanted color on your meat platter. I loaded up the ice chest. Iowa Meat Farms and Siesel’s Meats are destination meat stops if you are in the
Diego area. We do not make it to SoCal very often but
this was worth the trip.