This post is the first in a series on how to make beef jerky with a dehydrator.
A lot of folks ask me what to look for when shopping for their own food dehydrator. So that will be the first topic I will talk about.
I have been using a food dehydrator for over 30 years, making all sorts dehydrated meals and snacks for doing stuff outside, heck, even doing stuff inside also.
I also get a lot of requests for beef jerky samples from folks at the work place. — they know that I make a LOT beef jerky, — from mild to spicy and everything in between.
I recently picked up this really nifty MiiR stainless steel beer growler from Amazon. If you are shopping around for something similar, you might consider this one?
This past weekend, we did a backpacking trip out to Virginia’s Ramsey’s Draft area of the George Washington National Forest. It was a good opportunity to test it out. This beer growler does a good job transporting craft beer to the house from the local breweries! But how would it handle a weekend backpacking trip?
It is no secret that a smoky grilled pizza is one of my favorite things to make on my Kamado Joe. Wait! Cold smoky grilled pizza is also right up there on my “favorites” list.
This is my current grilled pizza dough recipe! I am always tweaking things to see if I can get better results.
This recipe makes one 12 inch crust for your grilled pizza. Enough for one plus leftovers for the next day. Don’t forget the cold refreshing beverages!
I have been wanting to get this post done for a long time. Lots of folks ask me about my healthy homemade dog treats. I always take a bag on our walks and sometimes share with their neighborhood buddies!
I am going to show you how I make my beef jerky treats . You can even help yourself to some as well if you want!
I just finished a book on beer tasting; –it told me what I should consider when drinking a beer, all good info!
So, what is my absolute favorite best beer?
What should I look for in a beer?