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Old 01-06-2007, 05:53 PM   #1
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Well, everyone else was making it this weekend so I figured I would do the same. Plus top round roasts were on sale for $1.99lb. So I trimmed all the fat and made the a simple jerky marinade that I used to use for deer jerky and was great. It's just Soy Sauce, Worchestershire sauce, garlic and onion powder. Once the meat has marinaded overnight I will pat dry and spinkle half with black pepper and the other half with red pepper. I'm doing this in the oven!

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Well, everyone else was making it this weekend so I figured I would do the same. Plus top round roasts were on sale for $1.99lb. So I trimmed all the fat and made the a simple jerky marinade that I used to use for deer jerky and was great. It's just Soy Sauce, Worchestershire sauce, garlic and onion powder. Once the meat has marinaded overnight I will pat dry and spinkle half with black pepper and the other half with red pepper. I'm doing this in the oven!

Your meat is way cheaper than here. Must be the illegal worker bust at Swift or perhaps the all the effin snow.

Maybe in a few weeks I can follow in your footsteps.
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I picked up a 12lbder at Sams for $198 lb. I was wondering if that was a good price.
I've done jerky in the oven before, it comes out real good.
Dehydrator works even better
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I picked up a 12lbder at Sams for $198 lb. I was wondering if that was a good price.
I've done jerky in the oven before, it comes out real good.
Dehydrator works even better
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I've done jerky in the oven before, it comes out real good.
Dehydrator works even better
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I've done jerky in the oven before, it comes out real good.
Dehydrator works even better
Hope it works at a $2,376 investment
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I picked up a 12lbder at Sams for $198 lb. I was wondering if that was a good price.
I've done jerky in the oven before, it comes out real good.
Dehydrator works even better
Hope it works at a $2,376 investment
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I've done jerky in the oven before, it comes out real good.
Dehydrator works even better
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Well, the jerky is done marinading and I dried it a bit and coated with black pepper. Into the oven at 170* till dry!

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Looking good..I'm chewing on a piece of mine now
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you should have put some foil on the bottom of the oven.
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I gotta pan under there.
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I gotta pan under there.
Then you should have foiled the pan.
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this should be interesting
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How's the jerky coming along??
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Looks good bud
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So far so good. Been about 2 hours and it's drying nicely!

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