This marks jerky review #50 for this web site. Just for fun, I will do a review on my own jerky, which is not for sale. I suppose this will be called the Jerky Ingredients brand name. This review will be on a 2.1 ounce/60 gram bag of beef jerky of which I call my extreme garlic flavor.
Jeff’s Famous Jerky was founded by Jeff Richards, and he started this business in 2010, based out of Mission Veijo, California. Jeff began experimenting with jerky recipes in the early seventies, having 20 years of experience in the food industry. By 2006, there was considerable interest in his beef jerky, where 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 is one of those great finds, where it makes all the work of searching for jerky from store to store, city to city worthwhile. You never know what to expect, and much of it is dumb luck. In 2011, I purchased this 3.25 ounce/92 gram bag of honey teriyaki flavored beef jerky at a convenience store in San Clemente, California.
Back in 2012, I bought this Mong Lee Shang bag of hot beancurd jerky at a popular supermarket that specializes in Asian food named Ocean’s. They are located in Brampton, Ontario, Canada. This hot beancurd flavor is technically not jerky. Although it actually states “Vegetarian Beef Jerked” on the bag itself, this is purely a vegan bag of jerky, meaning meatless. This bag was a whopping 5.6 ounces/160 grams.
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