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Pecan Season has begun! Our doors are open for selling, buying and cracking that wonderful nut . . . the pecan.
Stop by with your bag of pecans to sell or crack or come by to shop. Pecans and pecan products make wonderful gifts.
You will not be able to resist our homemade pecan candies.
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Reasonably Short Story . . .
Pecan House was first opened in the small South
Texas town of Cuero by J.F. Elder in the 1960's.
Lined with beautiful pecan trees, the Guadalupe
River winds its way along the eastern edge of
the city. Just about every city yard boasts at
least one tree. So, Mr. Elder spent the
busy pecan season, which runs from November to
mid-January, brokering pecans and cracking pecans
for the general public. Once the trees finished
producing and had been harvested, the doors were
closed until the next pecan season. When Wayne
Wolf took over the business forty years later,
he expanded to include selling fresh cracked pecan
halves and pieces in a simple gift box.
New Owners Story. . .
Erwin and Annette Rath purchased the Cuero Pecan House in June of 2003 and launched www.cueropecanhouse.com. Sharing a strong business sense and a talent for gourmet cooking and adventure with Erwin, Annette was beginning to hatch “nutty” ideas. In 2006, when new partner Mary Beth Finney came on board, she and Annette, known as the 2 Nuts, developed their own recipes for candied and seasoned pecans, added gourmet foods and new gift baskets. A more efficient shipping system was implemented and they began selling their products wholesale to retailers throughout the year. During pecan season of 2012, Erwin and Annette, again, became the sole owners of this ever-expanding business. Their inventory not only includes in-shell pecans (during the season), shelled pecan halves and pieces and candied pecans, but also in-house created cakes, cookies, pies, casseroles and flavored snacks. Bottled products include Jr.’s Seasonings (Erwin’s special blends), Texas olive and pecan oils, jams, jellies, syrups, dessert toppings and Absolutely Wild BBQ sauces. And no pecan house would be complete without a variety of nutcrackers.
A Cuero Story . . .
In 2010 Budget Travel Magazine featured Cuero as one of the nominees for “Coolest Small Town in America”. With this honor came visitors from all over the country to our little “Cool Town” to visit, shop and see why Cuero would be considered COOL! Well, as we see it, Cuero has a lot to offer from unique boutiques, a kitchen gadget store and our “cool” little Pecan House, to country cafes and an upscale restaurant. So come by and see for yourself why Cuero is a “Cool Small Town in America”.
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. . from our nuthouse to yours, we hope you enjoy
the special products we have developed for you,