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Spicy Beef Jerky

GfwGfw Posts: 1,598
edited 9:23PM in EggHead Forum
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<p />The marinated brisket went on the BGE this morning at about 6am and the jerky was finished by 2pm. Blowing winds today and a grill that stabilized at 200 instead of 180 finished the cook in record time.[p]The results - a great spicy jerky with a slightly sweet taste from the increased quantity of maple syrup. Probably the best jerky that I've done to date. :~][p]
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Comments

  • Carl TCarl T Posts: 179
    Gfw,[p]All this mouthwatering jerky has me itching to try my hand at it. One question, How do you store it after cooking. In the fridge? Why is the jerky you buy at the store in plastic bags unrefrigerated? Always wanted to know this.[p]Carl T

  • GfwGfw Posts: 1,598
    Carl T, normally I keep my jerky in a plastic bag (unrefrigerated) on a table about 6 feet from my computer in my office at home - that's probably why it doesn't last long enough to spoil. [p]However in theory, if the jerky is dried suffuiciently it shouldn't spoil, or it should at least have an extended shelf life. [p]
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