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Old 01-12-2015, 07:46 AM   #1
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Deer Jerky!!! ( PIC AND DESCRIPTION HEAVY )

Well during the cowboys game I decided to make up a batch of Deer Jerky. It is always a hit with neighbors and coworkers so this time I used 2 different cuts. For the wife and I, I used half of a back strap, and for giveaway jerky, I used a bag of scraps I had set aside for jerky, ground, stew, or whatever (mostly neck meat). My new smoker was out of commission for this round, so I resorted to my old faithful (old smoker that the fire box rusted out... so a grill) . I smoked the jerky for 1 hour starting off at 140 degrees and rising only to 170 at thirty minutes and then back down to 140. Upon finishing the smoking, I then transferred them to the oven. I set it at 170 degrees and left the door cracked once it got to temp. I let them go for around 2.5 - 3 hours. The end results is awesome here are some pics of the process. The pictures show basically all the steps I took in the order I did them from how much wood on the fire, to how much mix I put on them before beating them, to how they look coming out of the smoker (grill), ETC. I listed the jerky mix recipe below but I might have left something off. If anyone shows interest in it I will double check to make sure I didn’t.
Jerky Mix Recipe
2 tea spoon salt
4 tea spoon DRY BBQ seasoning
2 tea spoon curry
2 tea spoon blk pepper (Optional)
1 tea spoon Chili powder
1 tea spoon crushed red pepper (pizza topping) (optional)

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1. Cuts of meat
2. Amount of mix I put on
3. Appearance after beating flat
4. Size of the fire before start (if no smoker box leave old ashes in the bottom to help control temp)
5. Amount of hickory added when jerky goes on
6. Jerky laid out on the pit
7. Temp at start
8. Temp at 30 min
9. Appearance after smoking session
10. Hanging in the oven
11. How much oven is cracked open
12. Finished Product
13. Finished Product
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Old 01-12-2015, 07:48 AM   #2
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Old 01-12-2015, 07:57 AM   #3
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Old 01-13-2015, 09:47 AM   #4
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Thanks Bubba Kenner!!!
I had the recipe off a litlle here is the exact:

Jerky Mix Recipe
2 tea spoon salt

4 tea spoon DRY BBQ seasoning
1 tea spoon curry
1 tea spoon Chili powder
2 tea spoon blk pepper (Optional)
1 tea spoon crushed red pepper (pizza topping) (optional)
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Have you ever done jerky with pork loin?
I have no venison, am thinking of pork loin, it is on sale...!
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Old 01-18-2015, 08:48 AM   #6
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Have you ever done jerky with pork loin?
I have no venison, am thinking of pork loin, it is on sale...!
I think i did some out of hog scraps when i was younger. .. wasnt bad. .i'm sure it would be fine put some maple in the mix, you can use a London broil for beef jerky too.
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Old 01-18-2015, 02:43 PM   #7
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My mother used to make it for Christmas gifts. It was very messy. My dad made screens for galvanized mesh. She mad a butcher would could slice it thin. I simple way would be to just by the pre-marinated beef at a Korean market like H-Mart. I saw on TV this morning about a guy that has Bison Jerky from College Station. He even teaches a class in it at the University.

Probably the cleanest way is on an outdoor gas grill since your could clean the grill by firing up the grill at high temperature but I guess a self cleaning oven would work too.
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