The brand name PC is a well-known brand name for stores such as the Loblaw’s grocery store, and many other grocery chains. PC is an abbreviation for President’s Choice, whose mission is to develop unique or superior products that offer better value to Canadians. The bag states that Bob Meyer of Helmville, Montana is among their dedicated suppliers of beef raised without the Read More
Uncle Buck’s is the brand name of jerky for Bass Pro Shops, whose headquarters is located in Springfield, Missouri, the large chain store that sells fishing accessories among many other things. This jerky is manufactured and distributed by the very large private labeler company Monogram Meat Snacks, LLC, based out of Memphis, Tennessee, where this a stock recipe. Read More
Note: For a current live taste review on a tweaked ingredient list and bag design, open up Pecos Bill’s – Teriyaki Beef Jerky (Recipe #2).
The next review for Pecos Bill’s will be on a 2 ounce/57 gram bag of their teriyaki flavored beef jerky. This jerky bag was purchased at a convenience store in Brampton, Ontario, Canada, back in 2008.
The next review for Pecos Bill’s will focus on a 3.17 ounce/90 gram bag of their teriyaki flavored beef jerky. This will be the second review on Pecos Bill’s teriyaki flavor, where the ingredient list and bag design have changed since 2008. The jerky bag was purchased at a Walmart store in Brampton, Ontario, Canada.
The first review for Stewart’s will focus on a 3.25 ounce/92 gram bag of their teriyaki beef jerky. This flavor is advertised to use premium cuts of beef, seasoned and smoked to perfection. The bag was purchased at a convenience store in East Rutherford, New Jersey.
The next review for Cheyenne Brand will be on a 2.75 ounce/78 gram bag of their teriyaki beef jerky. This flavor is advertised to be slow cooked for a flavorful experience. The bag was purchased at a gas bar convenience store in New Milford, Pennsylvania.