The first review for Carleton’s Grand Jerky will be on a 3 ounce/85 gram bag of their sweet brine flavored beef sticks. While this product is advertised as beef sticks, it could just as easily be classified as jerky. This bag was kindly submitted for review by the sales manager, Howard Anderson III.
Note: for a live taste review open Simms – Original Beef Jerky (Recipe #2).
This 3.25 ounce/92 gram bag of original flavor beef jerky was purchased in Penn Yan, New York in 2009, located in the Finger Lakes region. It was purchased at a store name Aldi’s, where it was common to see horse and buggies parked in front of the store from the local Amish community. Read More
Note: For a recent, live taste review, open KRAVE Jerky – Chili Lime Beef Jerky (Recipe #2).
The first review on Game Day Snacks will be on a 3 ounce/56 gram bag of their sweet barbecue flavored steak snacks. This particular bag is for the Nittany Lion, the mascot for Penn State University. This bag was kindly submitted for review by the Scenic City Snacks team.
Note: For a recent, live taste review, open Tillamook Country Smoker – Old Fashioned Beef Jerky (Recipe #3).
The next review on Tillamook Country Smoker will be on a 2.8 ounce/80 gram bag of their original flavored beef jerky. This bag was purchased at a convenience store in Brampton, Ontario, Canada, back in 2012.
The first review on Slim Jim will focus on a 3.15 ounce/89 gram bag of their carne asada flavored beef steakhouse strips. This bag was purchased at a convenience store in late December 2014, while visiting Kearny, New Jersey.