Rod’s Angry Jerky started a few years ago. The taste of store bought jerky just wasn’t cutting it. So with some encouragement from his family, Rod started experimenting with different flavors and techniques as a hobby. Every batch of hand sliced jerky that Rod made just got him closer and closer to the Angry recipe you taste today. In sharing with friends, Read More
Note: For a more current live taste review on a tweaked bag design and ingredient list, open up Pemmican – Original Beef Jerky (Recipe #2).
The next review on the Pemmican brand of jerky will focus on a 3.85 ounce/104 gram bag of their original flavored beef jerky. This bag was purchased at a gas station located in Jacksonville, Read More
Joel Babb, the owner of Kings Meat, childhood was spent on family farms in Southeast South Dakota. Back in those days the farm was self-sufficient and organic. About 20 years ago, Joel moved to Russia. Joel won Kings Meat Company in a poker game when the former owner went ‘all in’ and lost (most of that prior statement is true). The company has been in existence for Read More
The Old Dutch brand name was launched in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada way back in 1954 as a little potato chip company. Since 1954, their windmill logo has stood for quality/trust, old world charm, and a desire to create a long-lasting chip and snack tradition. In 2004, Old Dutch acquired the Humpty Dumpty snack company to give them national exposure across 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. not so long Read More