Jim Davis, the founder of Wild Ride beef jerky, grew up in Texas as a cattle rancher. He was determined to make a soft and tender texture of jerky. Eventually he patented a tenderization process, which can only be found in Wild Ride beef jerky. This tenderization process allows the jerky to reconstitute in water very quickly. This jerky is advertised as Cowboy Strips, which offers a thick piece of jerky that is tender to chew, and packed with flavor. Read More
This bag of homestyle turkey jerky was purchased online in 2011. Mama Mia’s jerky is made in Corona, California, and distributed by Mama Mia’s Beef Jerky. On their web site, it is described how they consistently use the best quality and taste, without compromise.
Grandpa Ward (King of the Smoker), perfected a secret family recipe, where they are committed with living up to Grandpa Ward’s passion for the very best snack food experience possible. They offer Read More
Update December 2014: Open this link for a more recent jerky review on Old Trapper Peppered Beef Jerky (Recipe #3).
I earlier reviewed an Old Trapper 1 ounce/28 gram bag of their peppered flavor. This bag is 3.25 ounces/92 grams, but there is one difference in the ingredient list. No ratings will change in this review, but the cost was changed from cheap to average for this 3.25 ounce/92 gram bag. Read More