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First Time Beef Jerky

Smokin' TSmokin' T Posts: 259
edited 5:57PM in EggHead Forum
My first attempt at beef jerky was a success :)

The use of a 2 lb coffee can with the top and bottom removed, 12 chunks of Royal Oak, and 3 chunks of hickory. This was placed directly on the lump grate allowing for a controlled burn of not over 200 deg. for 3 hrs. Used "Hi Moutain Jerky" cure & seasoning.

Prepared for the cookBeefJerky.jpg

Finished jerky[/size]BeefJerky2.jpg

Tom
Dunedin,Fl

Comments

  • Boss HoggBoss Hogg Posts: 1,377
    Tom, The jerkey looks delicious. What cut of beef did you use?
    Brian
  • Brian,
    I used a very lean London Broil which I trimmed any other fat from it. I wish I could have cooked it longer but the rain would not allow it.

    Tom
    Dunedin, Fl
  • Boss HoggBoss Hogg Posts: 1,377
    Thanks. I'm dealing with the rain right now with a TRex steak :unsure:
    Brian
  • Good luck and I hope the steak is delicious. I'm doing a flat iron for tomorrow's cook.

    Tom
    Dunedin, Fl
  • NoVA BillNoVA Bill Posts: 3,005
    Looking good, I like my Hi Mt jerky. Been raining here today also but was able to break in a new wok.
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