Vinnie was taught a while ago by a jerky master who was retiring. They met due to the fact that Vinnie had been buying jerky from him for years because it was delicious. Since then Vinnie has experimented successfully with new flavors. Vinnie describes himself as a Meat Sherpa (#meatsherpa). A sherpa meaning renowned for their skill in mountaineering. In 2015, Vinnie debuted Read More
Note: Montreal Jerky Co. is currently being rebranded to Steeple City Jerky Company, hence the plain packaging during this transition.
The first review for Steeple City Jerky Company will be on a 3.1 ounce/90 gram bag of their Original flavored beef jerky. This jerky was kindly submitted for review by one of the owners, Tristan Zeman.
The 5th review on the unofficial jerky brand Jerky Ingredients will be on a 1.76 ounce/50 gram bag of my homemade Jalapeno flavored beef jerky. This would happen to be my very first ever experiment with a Jalapeno flavor, making this my 9th flavor to dabble with. My jerky is generally not for sale.
In 2008, I started collecting jerky bags for ideas of what ingredients to use on my homemade jerky. That jerky bag collection stands at over 1,000 bags Read More
The first review on 5K Bison & Boar Ranch will be on a 2 ounce/56 gram bag of their mesquite flavored Wild Boar jerky. This bag was purchased at St. Jacobs Farmers’ Market in St. Jacobs, Ontario, Canada.
This jerky is distributed under the same name of 5K Bison & Boar Ranch, who are located in Hagersville, Ontario, Canada. This ranch is owned by Bob Ramaniuk and Doreen Sarrazin, where they launched their line of bison and wild boar jerky in Read More
The next review on New Beef King will focus on a 2 ounce/56 gram bag of their spicy flavored beef jerky. This bag was purchased in late December 2014, while visiting New York, New York, at the New Beef King store located in the Chinatown section of Manhattan. That would make this oriental jerky.
The next review on New Beef King will focus on a 4 ounce/113 gram bag of their curry flavored beef jerky. This bag was purchased in December 2014, while visiting New York, New York, at the New Beef King store located in the Chinatown section of Manhattan. That would make this oriental jerky.