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RE: Beef Jerky 2004/11/23 14:52:30 (permalink)
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Best Jerky I've ever tasted, no MSG or preservatives and shipped fresh.[|)]


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RE: Beef Jerky 2004/11/23 14:58:17 (permalink)
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RE: Beef Jerky 2004/11/23 16:40:42 (permalink)
If your ever driving on I-90 between Albert Lea and Austin, MN there is a little town called Hayward. There is a meat market called Nick's that has won just a ton of awards for their Jerky and other products. I'll stop in and pick up a pound every month or so. I have it gobbled up in one weekend, start eating Jerky and drinking beer...I can't stop!

It has a nice "chew" to it.
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RE: Beef Jerky 2004/11/23 18:02:13 (permalink)
Last two road trips I've been on, I get beef jerky and a can of Pringles. That way I get my meat and taters on the road!
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RE: Beef Jerky 2004/11/23 18:23:12 (permalink)
I bow to Maynerd... Engineering a Meat and Potatoes meal that is road worthy!
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RE: Beef Jerky 2004/11/24 23:47:14 (permalink)
One of my new favorites is made right at the Frontier Store in Paige, TX. (Near the intersection of Hwys 290 & 21.)
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RE: Beef Jerky 2004/12/17 19:12:12 (permalink)
Hey Bushy, you love Jerky and Dr. Pepper? Get them at the same time. Dr. Pepper Jerky... sooooooo good.
http://www.butlers-smokehouse.com/storm.cfm?funnelaction=10&ProductID=2335

It's a little pricey, but well worth it. (Get the pound, you'll thank me)
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RE: Beef Jerky 2004/12/20 10:38:31 (permalink)
Hey, thanks Cannon!

I see it's made in Stephenville using real Dublin Dr. Pepper syrup. I'll be ordering some!
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RE: Beef Jerky 2004/12/20 11:40:04 (permalink)
Wish I had seen this thread two weeks ago when I passed through Johnson City on my way to Fredricksburg...
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RE: Beef Jerky 2004/12/20 21:52:05 (permalink)
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Wish I had seen this thread two weeks ago when I passed through Johnson City on my way to Fredricksburg...

You would have only had to travel about 2 blocks out of your way Mr. Maynerd. Sorry you missed it.
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RE: Beef Jerky 2004/12/28 14:07:30 (permalink)
Has anyone else had Joel's beef jerky, in Flatonia, TX. It has a great flavor and is moderately tender.
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RE: Beef Jerky 2005/01/16 17:33:52 (permalink)
Bushie,

Do you know the name of the small little store in Johnson City that sells the Jerky? It is at the point the road Y's? They sell all sorts of nick nacks.

I want to tell someone the name so they can stop by and get me some dry sausage?

Michael
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RE: Beef Jerky 2005/01/16 18:48:21 (permalink)
About 100 miles east of Seattle, in Roslyn, Washington -- The tiny town where the Cicely, Alaska scenes in Northern Exposure were filmed -- is a place back up the road, next to the old junkyard that makes the best beef jerky I have ever eaten. It is called Carek's Market ... I think it used to be a wider-service butcher, but they now just do jerky, the assorted dried sausages and bacon.

No presrvatives or chemicals, or odd flavors -- just basic, lean, tasty meat.
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RE: Beef Jerky 2009/08/07 12:58:29 (permalink)
Home Made jerky is best and thats why we started making ours available to everyone. We are in the Book "500 Things to Eat Before its too late", so check it out!
Great book. IM making a map now to go to all the places near me!!!
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RE: Beef Jerky 2009/08/07 14:47:29 (permalink)
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About 100 miles east of Seattle, in Roslyn, Washington -- The tiny town where the Cicely, Alaska scenes in Northern Exposure were filmed -- is a place back up the road, next to the old junkyard that makes the best beef jerky I have ever eaten. It is called Carek's Market ... I think it used to be a wider-service butcher, but they now just do jerky, the assorted dried sausages and bacon.

No presrvatives or chemicals, or odd flavors -- just basic, lean, tasty meat.


 
Gregg, the next time you're up that way, go over to Cle Elum.  Right across the street from the Cle Elum bakery on the main street through town is a butcher shop called Owens Meats that has the BEST beef jerky in the universe.
 
I've often thought about moving up there just to be close to Owens. :-)
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RE: Beef Jerky 2009/08/08 00:57:22 (permalink)
  Here in Alaska it's all about the salmon jerky. Moose jerky is common also. Very tasty. I have also had reindeer jerky although that is usually used for sausage. (kind of tough)

JMHO

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RE: Beef Jerky 2009/08/08 13:27:46 (permalink)
boyardee65

  Here in Alaska it's all about the salmon jerky. Moose jerky is common also. Very tasty. I have also had reindeer jerky although that is usually used for sausage. (kind of tough)

JMHO

David O.



Moose jerky sounds interesting. I have had elk and goat but never moose. I am on the look out.  I just saw reference to some Bear Jerky in Oregon but I could not find any while on my most recent trip. Anyone tried Bear jerky?
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