Note: For a more current taste review on a tweaked ingredient list and bag design, open up Old Trapper – Teriyaki Beef Jerky (Review #2).
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
Note: for a live taste review open Simms – Original Beef Jerky (Recipe #2).
This 3.25 ounce/92 gram bag of original flavor beef jerky was purchased in Penn Yan, New York in 2009, located in the Finger Lakes region. It was purchased at a store name Aldi’s, where it was common to see horse and buggies parked in front of the store from the local Amish community. Read More
The Lowrey’s brand name is manufactured and distributed by the very successful company Oberto Brands. They, of course, being famous for their wildly popular Oh Boy! Oberto jerky brand name. Oberto Brands operate from Read More
For a recent, live taste review, open Tillamook Country Smoker – Sea Salt & Peppered Beef Jerky (Recipe #3).
While visiting Jacksonville, Florida, in 2009, I purchased a 3.25 ounce/92 gram bag of Tillamook Country Smoker sea salt & pepper flavored beef jerky. They seem to have a solid distribution network in the USA.
Back in test 2009, while visiting a convenience store in Jacksonville, Florida, I purchased a 1 ounce/28 gram bag of Trail’s Best original flavored beef jerky. In my limited travels across the USA, it is common to see Trail’s Best jerky for sale in stores, where they have a wide distribution network.
Note January 2015: For a recent, live taste review, open this Wild Bill’s Hickory Smoked Review #2.
In 2009, at a Tops Friendly Market store in Penn Yan, New York, I purchased a 3.25 ounce/92 gram bag of this Wild Bill’s hickory smoked flavor. I actually have four unique bags of this hickory smoked flavor, but the ingredient lists are all the same, so this will only count as one review. Read More
Update February 2015: a new live taste review has been done on this Simms – Teriyaki Beef Jerky (Recipe #2) flavor.
This 3.25 ounce/92 gram bag of peppered flavor beef jerky was purchased in Penn Yan, New York in 2009, located in the Finger Lakes region. It was purchased at a store name Aldi’s, where it was common to see horse and buggies parked in front of the store from the local Amish community.
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
Note: For a current live taste review on a tweaked bag design, open up Damn Good – Sweet & Spicy Beef Jerky (Review #3).
This sweet & spicy flavored bag of beef jerky made by Damn Good Foods was an early addition to my jerky bag collection. It was purchased in 2009 at a country store in Penn Yan, New York, which is Read More