Stoney Point Farm Market is a family-owned and operated country farmers market with three generations, and over 85 years of experience in providing wholesome goods – primarily fresh cut meats, locally grown produce, and prepared food and specialty items. Plus Stoney Point Farm Market is 50% woman-owned with an SQF Level 3 USDA facility. Read More
Dustyn Dahn’s love of his life purchased him a dehydrator as a gift, and then she demanded he make her beef jerky. Little did she know when Dustyn was under 4 feet tall (6’6” now!) used to help his grandfather in the kitchen, measuring out ingredients, and combining their secret family recipe with meat to create delectable jerky. When Dustyn was in high school, he wanted to be a chef 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
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 tombs. Tutankhamen Read More
This will be the second review on a Lawless Jerky 2 ounce/57 gram bag of their Mango Habanero flavored 100% grass-fed beef jerky. The jerky has since been reformulated, meaning the ingredient list has been tweaked, the manufacturing process changed, and a new bag design has been introduced. This flavor is described as a one-two punch of heat and Read More
Note: For a more current taste review on a tweaked bag design, open up Halal Mummified Jerky – Nefirtiti Mango Habanero Halal Chicken 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 Read More