Any good (strange?) jerky in Seattle?
Looking for any especially good or different (deer, etc.) jerky in Seattle. Just not salmon. Any ideas?
I've noticed in my trips to Ranch 99 that Chinese style jerky is sweet or salty, but not smoked. Also, in addition to flat strips there's a shredded form where the jerky looks like hair.
I believe there was pork jerky as well as beef jerky.
The taste isn't bad... just different.
If you ever run across chicken jerky with lavender, I bet that would be good.
We started buying our dog these "Mellow Mut" chicken jerky strips, and they smell like a Provence garden. I now wish I could find a version meant for humans!
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Uh... yes, I did. Just a little. They were fabulous. It freaked my husband out though. And this was right before the big pet food recall. (Not that there was anything recallable in them.) I haven't tried them since. But I did go buy some Provence herbs in a little container, and some lavender. Someday, maybe I'll make chicken with it. Haven't figured out how to incorporate the hops etc. May need to adapt for beer. :D
Actually we were on the drive up to Mammoth Mountain when I tried one. Ironically, you drive for miles and there's nothing but signs that say "JERKY AHEAD".. so of course you stop at the only store on the way and its a jerky store. I sampled several jerkys, and all were terrible in comparison to the lavender version for pooches.
Check out Uwajimaya. They carry some excellent unusual jerky, some from British Columbia with exotic flavors and also some Jerky from Salem, OR that is just plain delicious (Bakke Brothers, several different flavors). Most of it is beef-based, but it's as far from Oberto as you can get.
There used to be great jerky (mostly beef) but very good at a place on 80th & 24th Ave. NW in Ballard when the Capisico (sp?) Brothers deli which has switched hands and is now a great fish market but I think they still carry some of the former deli's products.
One of my favorite jerkyish thing is roasted dried squid - Vietnamese style. The only place that I have found it is at Saigon Deli - the one on 12th near Malay Sate Hut and not the other Saigon Deli on Jackson around the corner. Its very tasty with a hint if sweetness and peppery hotness - very addictive. They often run out because their source for the squid is Thailand.