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Post  Maddox on 2010-12-23, 14:08

Hopefully some of you are out there starting to process your meat and as many of us do we turn to jerky. In the past I have made some decent venison jerky, mainly the ground kind out of the jerky gun. This year we attempted some goose jerky which got mixed reviews but I will be giving it another whirl with the recent harvest. I am hoping some of you out there are willing to share some recipes for me to try. On this note I was fortunate enough to try one of our members jerky (plumber1056) and it might have been the best home made jerky I have ever had. Hopefully Plumber will get us started off by sharing that recipe so the rest of us can enjoy bag after bag! I will tell you that I can just imagine a few beers, a bag of that jerky and and afternoon of hunting shows (a little slice of heaven Very Happy). Nice work Plumber, but seriously 4 peices, what a tease Laughing! I can't blame you with jerky that good I wouldn't share either!

Can't wait to get some recipes and new ideas!

Another thing I am looking into is a company called Hi Mountain Seasonings and they make all kinds of kits for jerky, sausage, bologna and snackin sticks. I will be ordering some shortly to try some of these out and will let everyone know how they work.

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Post  ssppnkfld on 2010-12-23, 15:53

Asian (Like I like my women) Jerkey Recipe:

Equal parts Soy Sauce and Brown Sugar and Water
Gernerous amount of Ginger
Pepper
(Optional if you have it) A few tablespoons of Wasabi powder for heat
(Optional) Liquid smoke
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Post  Maddox on 2010-12-23, 21:04

That sounds pretty good! I might have to give that a whirl.

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Post  plumber1056 on 2010-12-28, 10:23

Glad you liked the Tolbert jerky recipe. It is really similar to all other recipes. It includes: 1/2 cup liquid smoke, 3 cups soy sauce, 1/2 pound brown sugar. Mix ingredients and let stand for 5 minutes, then place in bowl and cover for 10 minutes while you prepare your meat. Place meat into marinade for atleast 10 minutes and turn meat or shake bowl every few minutes until all pieces are covered. That is it....Enjoy.

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Post  Maddox on 2010-12-28, 15:05

I can't wait! You only let it marinate for 10 min?

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