One of the greatest courtesies you can offer a guest is to stuff them full of delicious foodstuffs, so what better way to honor those very foodstuffs than by stuffing them full of other foodstuffs? Stuff! Selling ready-to-heat crazy meat, Stuffed Cajun Meat Market.
Fueled by a Louisiana native's family recipes and an Austin resto guru's business savvy, Stuffed is a corner butcher hawking vaunted restaurant supplier Sterling Silver's top-10% choice raw meats, all smoked, seasoned, and crammed full of other grub, with all work done on-site, to the point where they even raise live crawfish in a tank behind the store, because as you might have noticed, there is no bayou by you. The stars of the show are de-boned turkeys and chickens filled with house-made stuffings like boudin (pork & dirty rice), jambalaya, cornbread, and rice dressing (broccoli & cheese, shrimp/bacon/jalapeno, crawfish, shrimp); drumsticks exploding with pineapple, cream cheese, and jalapeno; and of course the Turducken, chicken inside duck inside turkey, thankfully not inside John Madden. For porkers, they're preparing bacon-wrapped, jalapeno-crammed tenderloin, while captain beefhearts can go for similarly treated Midwestern Angus wet-aged petit tender steaks -- the wetness coming from years of tears over being ridiculed as "petit" and "tender".
In the coming weeks they plan on trotting out whole suckling pigs with up to three different fillings, including red potatoes, corn on the cob, and jambalaya -- though no matter what you stuff it with, once you present your guest a plump baby pig, you'll be the apple-in-the-mouth of his eye.