Backattack Snacks officially launched their jerky brand in 2016 by husband and wife Brian and Lauren Back to provide consumers a healthy snack alternative without the need for a Ph.D. in chemistry to understand what they are eating. The way they make jerky is simple: no preservatives and no added processed sugars. No BS – only the best USDA choice Angus beef you can buy. Following this minimalist mantra, their Read More
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. Archaeologists made this discovery when they found dried foods preserved in Read More
The Sierra Madre Provision Co. jerky brand name is distributed and manufactured by Sierra Madre Provisions. They are located in Sierra Madre, California, which is in the foothill of the San Gabriel Mountains. They have been in business for over 30 years selling wholesale and retail, using ranch raised cattle. Their meat is hand sliced, and Sierra Madre Provision Co. recently Read More
The Smokehouse Jerky Co. brand name was launched in 2008. On January 2/2017, Franco and his wife Patti Fonseca acquired Smokehouse Jerky Co. from Trent Levinson and his wife Barbie. Franco has since added some new flavors, and they have a new web site design. All Smokehouse Jerky Co. jerky is made in small batches. Tender Heifer Snack Co. are always looking for Read More
Note: For a more current taste review on a tweaked bag design, open up Halal Mummified Jerky – Luxor Cumin Cilantro Halal Beef Jerky (Review #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 Read More
Note: For a more current taste review on a tweaked bag design and ingredient list, open up Smokehouse Jerky Co. – Carne Asada Beef Brisket Jerky (Recipe #2).
The next review on Smokehouse Jerky Co. will focus on a 3 ounce/84 gram bag of their carne asada flavored beef brisket jerky. This flavor is described as using fresh cilantro and lime to create Read More