Texas Proud: Where Does Razzoo’s Get Its Sausage?

One quick scan of our Razzoo’s Cajun Café menu and you’ll quickly notice that we love a good sausage - especially Andouille sausage.

But where do we get our sausage?

What is in the sausage?

Read on to learn a little bit more about the finger lickin’ good sausage we put in our dishes here at Razzoo’s Cajun Café. (Spoiler alert: you’re going to be impressed with the quality):

Where Does Razzoo’s Get Its Sausage?

All of our andouille sausage is sourced from a company called Syracuse Sausage. Syracuse was founded in the 1980s by a man named Joe Mussacchio. Joe moved to Texas from New York, and to his dismay, couldn’t find local sausage he thought were the same quality he was used to. With sausage making in his blood (his family owned and operated a sausage making operation back in New York), he decided to give it a whirl himself. The rest is history! The Mussacchio family still owns and operates Syracuse Sausage today, just one more reason we love supporting them.

What is In the Sausage at Razzoo’s Cajun Café?

Let’s start by talking about what’s NOT in the sausage. No fillers, no preservatives, and no artificial flavors are found in the sausage at Syracuse Sausage! Only quality ingredients of first rate quality, so it’s sausage you can feel good about eating. And as for flavors, Syracuse uses a proprietary blend of spices to give their sausage a unique kick all its own. We don’t even know what goes into it, but we know it’s good, and we’ll keep sourcing it for our restaurants!

So there you have it! When you enjoy the Andouille sausage at Razzoo’s Cajun Café, you can now give yourself a big pat on the back for supporting local business and for eating only the highest quality sausage on the market! Join us this week at a Razzoo’s Cajun Café near you for the best Cajun food in Texas!