Though it sounds totally absurd, filet mignon beef jerky just might be the most snackable thing out there. The tender cut yields melt-in-your-mouth jerky.
By starting Beef Jerky out in your smoker you get that authentic smoke flavor. You can then complete the drying in your oven or in a food dehydrator.
Once you learn how to cook brisket, you’ll find so many ways to add cooking brisket into your weekly lunch and dinner menu.
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While this jerk marinade works well for all cuts of beef, the high salt content makes it the perfect marinade for homemade beef or game meat jerky.
Slow Low Smokin' Texas BBQ Brisket: This Texas brisket delivers authentic pit-master flavor thanks to the expertly-blended spices in Grill Mates Slow Low Smokin' Texas BBQ Rub.