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Thread: Old Surveyor makes deer jerky from 35 year old recipe

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    Old dogs always teach new dogs tricks in my opinion, pleasure to learn sir

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    Great post Bob, I have great memories of my work life also, it was great having a job you enjoyed. Nice looking jerky!
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    Bob - thanks for this post. Up till now I have made all of my jerky with ground meat, a jerky cannon, and my Excalibur dehydrator. I recently purchased an old Rival meat slicer so I may give this a try. I especially like the idea of smoking it on the grill. What cut of meat do you suggest using?

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    Read this yesterday, Bob but I guess I didn't comment. Thanks for sharing the memories and the recipe. I love jerky and will give it a try.
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    Looks great Bob! Love the old recipe books that are taped together, you know there is good stuff locked in there!
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    Thanks for sharing that story Bob, it sets a nice perspectice on things in a busy day
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    I'm not sure what I like better: the slightly over cooked jerky,
    or the wonderful trips down memory lane.
    I guess I like them both!
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    Thanks everyone for the kind comments!

    Quote Originally Posted by John Sp View Post
    What cut of meat do you suggest using?
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    John,
    I would use top, bottom, or eye of round.
    You want lean beef, trim off any fat.
    I've made a lot of jerky using round steaks.

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    I want some jerky....
    Thanks for posting Bob.

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    Just so happens I have an eye of round and a bag of TQ ready for just such a task. Thanks for the recipe!
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