Weekly St. Patty's Day specials good 3/15-3/18/2023 or while supplies last!!

Hello Everyone!

This week brings us to one of the best holidays of the year: St. Patrick's Day!  St. Patty's Day is when people indulge in Corned Beef and Guinness Beer, etc.  We have plenty of the BEST Corned Beef around for you to come on down and purchase for your holiday!  We have many different options for you.  We have Corned Beef Brisket, which means that we use the brisket, simply made up of the Point (larger and a little more fat) and the Flat (the more preferred half which is lean and more uniform in thickness).  We also have Corned Beef Lunchmeat available for those who want to make Rueben Sandwiches. If you're a smaller party, we have Corned Beef & Cabbage Brats available that we make.  They're a delicious brat that is like St. Patty's Day in your mouth!  Also available in the sausage variety for the holiday is our famous Irish Bangers. Delicious brat-sized sausage filled with garlic, oregano, bread crumbs and other deliciousness.  
If you're not really into those holiday items, we also have some Lenten Specials which include Frozen Wild Grouper, Icelandic Haddock, Wild Gulf Shrimp and Fresh Canadian Walleye Fillets. 
Plenty for everyone to love this week!

I'm not sure if people actually read this far down on the specials, but we are going to be trying something NEW NEXT week.  We are going to try and do a weekly Vlog.  We are going to be doing it LIVE on Wednesdays at 10:30am. We will go over some of the specials that we are going to be having that week as well as try and hit on some topics that have to do with Jacobs Meat Market.  If you have any suggestions, or simply want to subscribe to see us every week, just go to our YouTube channel HERE and you can check it out!  Again, we are starting NEXT week Wednesday at 10:30.

A father is in church with his three young children, including his five-year-old daughter.
As was his custom, he sat on the very front row so that the children could better see all that was going on.
During this particular service, the minister was performing the baptism of a tiny infant. The little five-year-old girl was most enthralled by this, observing that he was saying something and pouring water over the infant's head.
With a quizzical look on her face, the little girl turned to her father and asked, "Daddy, why is he brainwashing that baby?"