greybeard said:Which cut of beef is most commonly used?
greybeard said:Thanks Cross. I really don't have the teeth for jerky anymore but my wife does and buys it all the time.
Hippie Rancher said:greybeard said:Thanks Cross. I really don't have the teeth for jerky anymore but my wife does and buys it all the time.
Carne seca (dried beef with chiles) (or even old style jerky gravy) is chopped up and rehydrated to make great fillings for tacos and burritos. easy to eat then and delicious!
Cross-7 said:I’m from west Texas and never heard of it but I googled it and it’s sounds really good.
I’m going to try it with dried peppers, black pepper, garlic and salt
They got the name right, Boise City is smack dab in the middle of no man's land. Never tried that one but would like to. My favorite store bought is Pappy Kershinstein's.ValleyView said:IMHO, No Man’s Land in Boise City, Ok is the best store bought/ordered jerky you can buy but I like my recipe better. Happy to give further clarification of necessary bc good jerky is way overpriced!
ValleyView said:I’ve lived in OK for 30yrs and have still not found a reason to pass thru there, I bet it’s pretty cool country and have ZERO doubt whether it qualifies as No Man’s Land or not!!!