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endo_bobo
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Do you love beef jerky but hate paying the high prices even for the processed garbage like Lack Links? Why not make your own?

You'll need
1 - Package of blade meat
1 - Bottle of Soy sauce
1 - Bottle of Worcestershire sauce
1 - Bottle of Honey
1 - Bottle of Liquid smoke
1 - Box fan
Seasonings you like, seasoning salt, pepper, crushed red peppers

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Put the meat in the freezer until hard but can still cut through it.

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Cut with the grain into thin strips
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Put meat into a container and put in equal amounts of soy and Worcestershire sauce, a little honey, few drops of liquid smoke, and as much seasoning as you like.


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Put in fridge for 3-5 hours shaking every now and then to coat the meat.

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Pat dry the meat with paper towels and then place the meat on the fan spacing evenly.

(Wash the front of the fan, I didn't have to tell you did I?)

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Turn the fan on about medium and let sit for 12 hours. That's minimum I like to let it sit for around 24. Turn once half way through. I don't know if it helps any but I like to think the other side drys better that way.

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You'll get something like this.


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Storage
Put it in some kind of Tupperware, putting it in a plastic bag would set on mold to soon. But I doubt it will be around long enough any way.
 

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wow. nice use of a box fan
 

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I no longer haz teh pink eye! Iz got STINK EYE
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lol soon as i saw the name of the thread i was thinking something bad lmao! im gunna have to try this. :TU:
 

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The Great Weldini
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A fan? Wow awesome. Lol
 

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This recipe works great! It's similar to the one I use from Alton Brown on Food Network. If you wish to dry more meat at once, use a couple of cellulose filters and lay the strips of meat along the pleats, then bungee cord them to the fan. This way you can dry about 8lbs. of meat at a time on one fan....I have four fans that I use so I can dry about 30lbs. at a time.
 

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What's up Good Eats buddy.:gayfight2: All credit does go to that genius.
GOOD EATS!! The best food show on TV! Try his recipe for a slow cooked Prime Rib....the best you'll ever eat!!

I posted these pics a while ago, but they're worth posting again.

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The Great Weldini
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Great thread, Anton brown he's my hero. Lol.

Now I fucking hate and I mean hate bobby flay.
 
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