Thursday, April 21, 2011

Just Call Me a Jerky Boy!

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This post is all about my favorite thing to eat in the outdoors.  Outdoor Blogger Network has put in a prompt for Favorite Outdoor foods so I figured I would share my favorite.  Although I could probably think of about 100 things that I enjoy eating outdoors, there is one that I have to bring along anytime I go out to do anything.  JERKY!!! No I am not insulting my fellow readers/bloggers.  Beef,Turkey,Buffalo,Deer etc. Jerky. I prefer Deer Jerky over the rest but am content with any choice of Jerky.  I love the saltiness of it and the fact that you do not have to refrigerate it at all.  I can plow through a big ole bag of Jerky if given the chance.  I like the Hickory Smoked flavor above all the rest, with Teriyaki being my second favorite.  If you play your cards right a bag of Jerky can last the average person a full day of nature.  I on the other hand have a problem making it last a couple of hours.  I would share my Deer Jerky recipe with all of you, but then I would have to.... well you know the rest:)  I would have to..call my homey Aaron who has the best Jerky recipe around!! Yo what up holmes can I get that:)  I know your out there Grey Wolf. Howwllar!  He also makes some kick a$$ custom jewelry!   Check it out for yourselves!  Great gift for Mothers Day! http://www.etsy.com/people/lonesomehobo




 There you have it, just call me a JErKy BoY!!
Back to fishing as soon as I can!! Not soon enough!

16 comments:

  1. You have something there...jerky is a great addition to any outdoor outing. Tastes good, keeps (really) well and actually fills a person up.

    And of course, it tastes really good. So many varieties!

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  2. jerky is one of my favorites yet I forgot about it

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  3. Ok, your a jerky boy! And I am too

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  4. Jerky is a staple for any camping trip. There's certain things I eat while camping that I don't eat other times. Like granola or cereal bars. Trail mix, spagettios, sweet onions wrapped in foil with butter cooked in the coals of a campfire.

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  5. A post about JERKY!! Oh man how I wish I was gnawing on a slab right now letting the flavor soak in until the salt hits..and I have to thank you for showing me the secret of the tendon aka venison gum.Jerky is perfect for sharing cause then you both have kickin' breath..and where did you get that picture?! I'm gonna have to print that one out and put it in my wallet right next to the wife and kids.Thanks for the sweet plug with the jewelry too! If you ever get a deer I promise I'll come over and help you make a monster batch and pass along the super salty secret recipe.Keep these awesome posts comming ,Trout Jerky Magee!!

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  6. Rebecca,
    I agree it definitely tastes REALLY good. Even the Native Americans used to eat it, and they were the ultimate people of nature.

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  7. Dustin,
    I love the jerky. I wonder if you tied up a fly that looked like jerky if the trout would even like it:)

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  8. Blake,
    Well I guess that makes you a Jerky Boy too:)I got the Jerky now all I need is some decent weather so I can get out and eat some more.

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  9. Kev2380,
    I love me some sweet onions and butter cooked in foil. I also like anything in a can that you can just set in the coals,Baked Beans especially.

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  10. AARON,
    Ok I got that in writing now. I remember eating that JErky at school and I damn near killed a teacher when I asked her a close up question. She probably thought I just ate a $h#t Sandwich. How could something that makes your breath smell so bad, taste OH so GOOOOD!?YUMMMM

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  11. I LOVE JERKY almost as much as BACON. The difference is I can make my own JERKY.

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  12. Cofisher,
    It is definitely nice to make your own Jerky that is for sure. Not to mention a heck of a lot cheaper. You would think store bought Jerky had traces of gold in it, with extremely high price:) Plus who knows where the meat comes from!

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  13. Never tried it, It must be an American thing?

    www.smallstreambrowntroutfishing.blogspot.com

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  14. Flyfishermanrichard,
    Thanks for following. Jerky is basically just meat of your choice, beef,venison,buffalo,etc. cut into thin strips. Then marinated with what ever flavor marinade you prefer. After it sits in marinade for a day you then dry it out by baking it in the oven or dehydrator. It then stores for a long time and has a delicious salty taste. You can take it with you on a hike and pull it apart and snack on it. It is delicious. I am sure you would enjoy it:)

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  15. a jerky fly, hmmmm... I'm gonna try lol

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  16. Dustin,
    I heard that the Brown Trout prefer Hickory Smoked flavor, while the Brook Trout is more of a Teriyaki flavor kind of fish:) Heehee

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