There’s just a few days until Thanksgiving and I’m putting the final touches on my shopping list, which as most home cooks and hostesses will tell you is where a great holiday meal gets its start. For holiday meals, you’ll have to think of every detail from the drinks to the linen. It’s a lot to be sure, but I’m here to help you ease some of the stress. Thanks to Southside Market & Barbeque, you’ll be able to serve up smiles with a pre-cooked smoked turkey breast this holiday season.  

Smoked Turkey Breast Goodness!

Sliced Smoked Turkey Breast

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About Southside Market and Barbeque:

Southside Market & Barbeque got its start in Elgin Texas in 1882 by William Moon and has been serving authentic Texas style BBQ meats and more ever since. If you are lucky enough to live near one of their Texas locations, Elgin and Austin come to mind, you can go to one of their restaurants to eat, or even get your holiday meal catered. Thankfully, they also offer online shopping

If the name, Southside Market & Barbeque sounds familiar, it’s because I was singing their praises in September when my family and I enjoyed their Beef Rope Sausage in this blog post. We were so impressed with the quality of their products, I jumped at the chance to try another one of their products, and let me tell you, their smoked turkey breast did not disappoint. 

Sliced turkey breast on cutting board

I don’t know about you, but this Smoked Turkey Breast checks all my grilled meat love boxes! Just look at that bark and the slight smoke ring on the meat and how the rub clings to it.  Perfection! 

If I didn’t know any better, I’d swear this was the work of my very own grill master husband. It’s a bit of a mystery how Southside Market and Barbeque does it, but I’m glad they’ve got it figured out so we can serve this tasty smoked turkey breast this holiday.

Serve Up Smiles:

Serving up smiles couldn’t be easier! You’ll have your holiday meal on the table in no time. Simply, order a Southside Market and Barbeque Smoked Turkey breast here. Each white meat only turkey breast weighs around 2.5 to 3 pounds, which is plenty of meat for a family of 4 to 6, with left overs to spare.

They have a quick shipping time, with most orders being processed in a day, but I’d suggest ordering early for the holidays. Your package, which you’ll be notified is coming, will arrive in a chilled box with frozen ice, in a vacuum sealed bag like this.

Vacuum sealed smoked turkey breast

Heating Instructions:

Defrost turkey breast, preheat oven to 350 and then wrap turkey breast in foil. I poured a little of the juices from the package over mine to seal in moisture.  Follow heating instruction time found on the label. Mine took 2 hours. While it’s heating up, you can focus on your family and guests and of course make your side dishes if you haven’t made them yet.

Out of the Oven Delight:

Out of the oven smoked turkey breast

My mouth waters just looking at this photo! The aroma alone was well worth the wait! After we let the meat rest for about 5 minutes, my husband carved the meat and our pre-holiday dinner was ready! I served the smoked turkey breast with mashed potatoes, gravy, corn, green beans and rolls. 

my pre-holiday dinner

It was a hit! Keep in mind, this is a Texas style smoked turkey breast, so the rub has a little peppery bite to it which we liked, but it might be too much for some, so be sure to serve them in cuts instead. 

If you’re feeling stressed about cooking a holiday meal this year, I invite you to check out Southside Market and Barbeque meats and more here. We have been so pleased with their products, I think they could be a good solution to help you bring smiles around your holiday table as well.

From my table to yours, I wish you a very happy holiday!

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