Note: For a more recent, live taste review, open Strollo’s – Mild Beef Jerky (Recipe #2).
Note: For a more recent review, open Strollo’s – Hot Beef Jerky (Recipe #2).
This will be our second review for Strollo’s beef jerky. The owner of Strollo’s, Michael Strollo, kindly submitted this jerky for review. This review will focus on a 1.5 ounce/42 gram bag of their hot flavor.
This Mountain Man brand of jerky is made and distributed by Robert Lahue, based out of Revelstoke, British Columbia, Canada. The jerky is advertised to be preservative, nitrate, gluten and MSG free. Robert Lahue sells his jerky at a local Read More
This marks my first review for jerky purchased in 2014, on March 8 to be exact. I mention the exact date because we picked up a puppy for our family, the whippet dog breed. We were asked to pick up this puppy around London, Ontario. So if I am going to drive 2 hours somewhere, I may as well search the area beforehand, where I discovered that Bob’s Ultimate Meats sells beef jerky. They are located in downtown London, Ontario, inside an indoor flea market called the Read More
This jerky is distributed by Grande Premium Meats, located at the eastern edge of the San Juan mountain range of southwestern Colorado, in a city named Del Norte. They produce ranch-based elk, deer venison, buffalo meat, goat meat, Alaska seafood, antler, and pet food among other things since 1998. Both Read More
Note: For a live taste review read Florence Meats – Peri Peri Biltong (Review #1).
Biltong has South African origins. I purchased this Peri Peri flavored bag at Florence Meats in Oakville, Ontario, Canada. Peri Peri is a unique flavor to biltong, which is spicy, but not overly hot in flavor. The beef is air dried in a climate controlled, sterile cooler for 9-10 days, rather than using a dehydrator or smoker.