I had my hands on Righteous Felon jerky one other time in the past, when I tried their Halo Diablo flavor that was a collaboration with the St. Lucifer habanero spice. I remember thinking it was really good. Well, Righteous Felon sent me some more samples:
My natural proclivity is to go for the spicy shit, so I picked the habanero flavored one (different from the St. Lucifer collaboration, for sure).
It was good! The rest were all superb as well. This is a great brand. If you see it on the shelf, grab it. And if you like puns, their entire line-up of flavor names is pun after pun.
Three Jerks sent me some samples of their filet mignon jerky:
I was excited to try these out, as it seems to be quite an expensive and dedicated endeavor to take one of the animal’s most coveted cuts of steak and turn it into a dried meat snack. I was impressed.
The flavors are all quite good, but I liked this “maple bourbon churro” one the best, which is atypical since I usually like spicy flavored jerky. I definitely recommend this brand, and I look forward to trying their black truffle flavor next.
It’s National Jerky Day so I need to give you fuckers something for it. I recently got my hands on a bunch of flavors of this brand during a Certified Angus Beef tour of a meat purveyor near NYC (DeBragga).
This stuff is really good, and it reminds me of the stem portions of the “Say it with Beef” jerky rose bouquet that my wife got me for Valentine’s Day.
I highly recommend this product. Every flavor is delicious, tender and flavorful, as they are all made with CAB brand high quality meats. If you see it around, buy it all up.
This stuff was sent to me by a friend from down south.
I really loved the peppery flavor it had. Good salt levels as well. The jerky itself was cut into long skinny strips, which made it easy to handle and eat. The meat was just a little brittle and hard to chew. Not that it wasn’t tender – it was just very hard/dried. Over all I enjoyed it though.
Chomps brand beef sticks are similar in size and style to Slim Jim brand jerky sticks, but they are a bite more tender and less grainy. A nicer quality. My wife picked these up for me as a gift, and I liked them.
“Cracked Pepper & Sea Salt” (venison) and “Hoppin Jalepeno” (grass fed beef) were my favorite flavors.
Worth a shot!
Not too bad for a store brand jerky. I tried the teriyaki turkey flavor.
Predictably, it was a little brittle and dry, but once you got going, it became tender.
I would buy it again.
Ascend makes a really tasty Thanksgiving Turkey flavored jerky.
This bag contained three servings at 80 calories a pop.
I ate the whole thing during lunch with a few other low calories snacks and veggies, and was completely satisfied for the whole day, through to dinner.
Really tender, and great “autumnal” flavor that incorporates all the herbs and spices you associate with a Thanksgiving feast. Highly recommended.
This turkey jerky is pretty nice. At just 80 calories per serving, it’s super healthy and satisfying too.
This is just a half serving pack (40 calories). I liked the Jamaican spice flavors on it. It was tender too. Solid brand.
Sweetwood Jerky Co makes a really nice, tender, sweet and spicy beef jerky.
I was really happy with this one. Look at the pepper seeds! But that spice was nicely balanced by the sweet, so it didn’t blow up my taste buds. I highly recommend.
I recently tried this “lake house lime and chili” flavored beef jerky from Stewart & Co.
I was really impressed with the calorie count and serving size. This will satisfy your post-lunch hunger pangs without spending too many calories in the process. Very healthy.
The meat itself was tender and flavorful, without being overly salty or spicy. I really enjoyed it. Grab yourself a pack!