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Cherrywood smoked beef jerky

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Made a small batch of my Cherry wood smoked beef jerky to take to a 4th of July party. Used London Broil because it was on sale and smoked it using cherry wood....First time I did the entire drying in my smoker. Turned out great!

 

Forming the pellicle on my counter, prior to smoking.

 

Checking on first rack......almost there

 

 

Completed......dang good!!

post #2 of 7

Looks delicious!

 

Nice job!

 

Al

post #3 of 7
Looks great! Cherry is typically what I use for smoke when making jerky. Or a mix of Kiawe and cherry. London broil makes great jerky and I use it as its on sale more than the other cuts.

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Looks great!
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Originally Posted by dirtsailor2003 View Post

Looks great! Cherry is typically what I use for smoke when making jerky. Or a mix of Kiawe and cherry. London broil makes great jerky and I use it as its on sale more than the other cuts.

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I've been using your Thai marinade exclusively and added other flavors/seasonings to get it they way we like it! I've tried a bunch of other "good recipes" over the years but nothing compares to this!! Thanks!

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I've been using your Thai marinade exclusively and added other flavors/seasonings to get it they way we like it! I've tried a bunch of other "good recipes" over the years but nothing compares to this!! Thanks!

It's a great simple base recipe. I did a batch recently that I added ginger, and five spice to. Was tasty!
post #7 of 7

Great looking jerky....same here, cherry smoke is my favorite!

I like the use of the London Broil....never ever thought of using it.

 

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