More than 40 years ago, you'd find Skeets and Frankie Turbeville (bottom-left) at the helm of Turbeville's Pecan House, a new business that specialized in pecans and sweet potatoes and was housed in their south Mineola sweet potato barn (top-left).
After years of working, then partnering, with her father in business, Lou Ann Turbeville Hogue built the new, current building for The Pecan House (top-right) in 2000. She continued to grow and evolve her business through the years, and in 2017 (bottom-right), Lou Ann (pictured left) retired and transferred ownership to fellow Mineola natives Mike and Karen Griffith.
For decades people have traveled from miles around to take advantage of our onsite, custom pecan cracking and shelling. Our ten cracking machines each crack about 60 pounds of pecans per hour, depending on the size of the nut, and we adjust the machine to the size of your pecans!
Come in and smell the aroma of fresh roasted peanuts and homemade peanut butter! We also offer several types of fresh-crop pecans--whole, cracked, halves, and pieces--as well as a large selection of jellies, preserves, syrups, and much more. Have a sweet tooth? We've got a wide assortment of delicious candied pecans, pralines, and brittles, including a variety of sugar-free and no sugar added goodies.
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