In 2010, I purchased this 3.15 ounce/89 gram bag of Texas Teriyaki flavored Stubb’s beef jerky. This bag was purchased at a convenience store in Jacksonville, Florida. This jerky uses Stubbs Texas Teriyaki Marinade, which is a commercially sold barbecue sauce.
Update December 2014: For a live taste review, open up Jack Link’s Cholula Hot Sauce (Review #2).
Update February 2015: a new live taste review has been done on this Simms – Teriyaki Beef Jerky (Recipe #2) flavor.
This 3.25 ounce/92 gram bag of peppered 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.
This review is for duck magret, made by La Maison Du Gibier Inc. Magret means the cut of meat is from a breast of duck. La Maison Du Gibier translated to English means “The House of Game”. They are located in Charlesbourg, near Quebec City, Quebec, Canada.
Their web site is all in French, which makes it challenging to find information, but something like Google translate does a decent job. This business started in 1982, where they specialize in big game, small game and specialty meats. Adept at hunting, Jean-Marie Rondeau came up Read More