44 Years of the Best Wurst in Texas!
“Man shall not live on bread alone” – Luke 4:4
SLATON – For 44 years now, a secret-recipe German sausage has been served in Slaton at Saint Joseph Hall. This sausage earns its moniker, “if you’re not wurst you’re last”, according to parishioners.
Those 44 years of German sausage-making will culminate in a feast on Sunday, October 20th, when the Saint Joseph Sausage Festival and Funfest is held there once again.
Dinner is served at Saint Joseph Hall — 21st and Division (FM 41) Streets, Slaton — from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
The main menu consists of German sausage, grilled chicken, homemade German potato salad, green beans, and home-made cakes and bread.
Adult plates are $9.00 and children’s plates are $6.00.
Take-out plates will be available at the south side of the hall.
Sausage (uncooked and vacuum sealed) will be also sold by the pound at Saint Joseph Hall on Saturday, October 19th, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.:
Regular Sausage, $4.75/lb.;
Jalapeño Sausage, $5.50/lb.;
and, Habañero Sausage, $6.25/lb.
Cash and checks preferred, credit cards accepted.
Funfest, Sunday, October 20th, 11 a.m. – 4 p.m., next to the Hall, the Fun Fest will be celebrated at Saint Joseph School.
Running from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., it includes silent and live auctions, bingo, games, music, food, quilting show, rock wall and spider climb, country store, a mini-bazaar, and raffles for quilts and a cedar chest.