This pineapple teriyaki marinade is my absolute favorite way to prepare tuna steaks, but you can also use it on salmon or chicken, or even as a salad dressing! (Whole Chicken Marinade)
Making beef jerky is easy and cost-effective, especially with a dehydrator. Learn how to make your own beef jerky with two of my favorite recipes.
This Very Teriyaki Beef Jerky is one of my favorite jerky recipes. The perfect blend of salty & spicy. Recipe includes instructions for dehydrator & oven.
A little Whisky can make anything taste better. Jerky is no exception. The flavor of charred Oak mixed with beef makes a jerky everyone loves. Check out my original recipe - Homemade Ground Beef .
He loves salmon and jerky, so this seems like a natural fit!
Beef Jerky 4 lbs beef flank steak to inches thick) or 4 lbs round steaks to inches thick) 1 teaspoon salt 1 teaspoon liquid smoke (optional) teaspoon garlic powder teaspoon onion powder teaspoon chili powder teaspoon Worcestershire sauce cup soy sauce