This Carolina Beef Jerky brand of jerky is distributed under the same name of Carolina Beef Jerky, and it is located in Simpsonville, South Carolina. There is no web site for this Carolina Beef Jerky brand of jerky, nor are they on social media. Read More
The next review on Sierra Madre Provision Co. will be on a 3.25 ounce/92 gram bag of their sweet and spicy beef jerky flavor. This jerky was kindly submitted by the creator of this Sierra Madre Provision Co. jerky brand, James Schaft (a.k.a. – Jimmy the Jerky Man).
The next review on World Kitchens will focus on a 3 ounce/85 gram bag of their teriyaki sliced and formed beef and pork jerky. This flavor is described as using the perfect combination of ingredients to create a teriyaki explosion, wrapped up by a bold smoke flavor. This bag was purchased at a convenience store in Lewiston, New York.
Note: For a current live taste review on a tweaked ingredient list and bag design, open up World Kitchens – Teriyaki Beef Jerky (Recipe #2).
It is a generally accepted story that an ancient South American Inca tribe called the Quechua first made jerky (“ch’arki”) as early as the 1500’s. Halal Mummified Jerky blows that theory away, where it is well documented that jerky was made thousands of years ago by ancient Egyptians. Archeologists made this discovery when they found dried foods preserved in tombs. Tutankhamen, King Tut had about 40 boxes of meat and poultry in his tomb. Halal Mummified Jerky is 100% made in the USA, and their beef is Read More
The first review on Big Chief will focus on a 4.2 ounce/120 gram bag of their original flavored chopped and formed beef jerky. This flavor is described as using Big Chief’s signature blend of spices to create a traditional “Old West” North American jerky taste, using European sausage-making techniques. The bag was purchased at a Walmart store in Brampton, Ontario, Canada.