A plaque remaining from the Big Apple Night Club at West 135th Street and Seventh Avenue in Harlem.

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Entry from October 26, 2007
Chicken Peppers

Chicken peppers is a specialty of Bayer’s Kolonialwaren und Backeri, a German bakery in Muenster. The recipe is not listed on any website. Several local restaurants—Shooters Sports Bar & Grill and Doc’s Bar & Grill—serve the chicken peppers that come from Bayer’s.

Muenster Chamber of Commerce Member Listing
Bayer’s Kolonialwaren und Backeri
824 E. Division St. – E. Hwy. 82
Muenster, TX 76252
(940) 759-2822
Fax: (940) 759-5265
Bayer’s is a convenience store which includes a deli specializing in sub sandwiches. A bakery, Exxon gas, beer and wine, Texas lottery tickets, Muenster sausages and cheese. 

Merchant Circle
Bayers Kolonialwaren
824 E Division St
Muenster, TX 76252
Tel: 940-759-2822
Chicken Peppers, Fresh Baked Bread & Donuts, Strudel, Wholesale Bakery Available

Shooters Sports Bar & Grill (Gainesville, TX)
Bayer’s chicken peppers $4.99
(Unique chicken & pepper mixture made locally in Muenster, Texas)

Doc’s Bar & Grill (Muenster, TX)
Chicken Peppers (locally made fresh at Bayer’s) 4.95

Posted by Barry Popik
Texas (Lone Star State Dictionary) • (0) Comments • Friday, October 26, 2007 • Permalink