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Product Feature: Kramer's Korner Beans

I've never been much for Black Friday, not really into crowds and/or shopping violence. 😬 I'm always just as happy to purchase my gifts these days on Cyber Monday or at local boutique shops or markets throughout the year, and spread out my holiday spending. That didn't really happen this year with the move so I've been hitting up some local businesses around town both in Texas and in Tennessee to make my purchases for friends and family. Naturally I find edible treats to gift myself during this process.

Today is small business Saturday, and I can think of no better way for Dining With Delia Jo to celebrate than by featuring a food-related small business I came across accidentally while we still lived in Dallas. 

Jason and Shea Kramer are the husband/wife chiropractor duo/powerhouse behind Revolution Chiropractic in Far North Dallas. I discovered their practice earlier this year when I was dealing with some severe neck pain. Not only did I experience excellent customer service and healing, but I also found a second small business recently launched by the couple: Kramer's Korner Beans.

Photo from @kramerskornerbeans

Jason Kramer and his 5 sisters had a passion for all things pickling, especially since his "Gram" first introduced them to pickled green beans as young children. In the years since, Jason has become both a critic of brine and a brine-master himself, having perfected the craft in his Kramer's Korner Beans products. You can find some of his wares for sale in their chiropractic office as well as farmer's markets around Dallas and Collin counties on the weekends. 

Follow along with Kramer's Korner Beans on Instagram to see where you can buy their homemade products, then experiment with their own Bloody Mary recipe, shown below:


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