Art Crossley and a few others started Tillamook Country Smoker over 50 years ago. They are located in Bay City, Tillamook County, Oregon. Over 30 years ago, Art’s son Dick took over the business, and sales started to Read More
This marks jerky review #100 for Jerky Ingredients. On review #50, for fun, I did a review on my own extreme garlic flavored jerky. For now, I will continue that tradition with a review on a 2.1 ounce/60 gram bag of my extreme peppered flavor.
I started making homemade jerky in 2008. For each batch of jerky I use 16-17 pounds of beef in my food dehydrator. Keep in mind that close to 2/3 of the jerky weight will evaporate during the Read More
Phil’s Beef Jerky is based out of Tye, Texas, and distributed under the same name, Phil’s Beef Jerky. This teriyaki flavor is said to have a sweet taste of honey. Phil’s Beef Jerky takes pride in that their jerky does not Read More
The next review on Sierra Madre Provision Co. will focus on a 3.25 ounce/92 gram bag of their original flavored beef jerky. The owner of Sierra Madre Provision Co., James Schaft (a.k.a. – Jimmy the Jerky Man), kindly submitted this jerky for review.
This Sierra Madre Provision Co. brand of jerky is distributed and manufactured by Sierra Madre Provisions, based out of Sierra Madre, California, which is a picturesque town that does not even Read More
Holston Mountain Beef Jerky is distributed under the same name, Holston Mountain Beef Jerky, located in Bluff City, Tennessee. Holston Mountain Beef Jerky is prepared in small, hand sliced batches. Gary Graybeal, the founder of Holston Mountain Beef Jerky, started this company in 1992. As with most jerky makers, Read More