Texas Style Jerky
Rated 3.5/5 based on 11 customer reviews

Texas Style Jerky

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$ 24.00 $ 8.00
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Round cuts come the rear leg of the cow. This makes for a rip and chew texture like how beef jerky was made back in the day. We wanted to stay true to the Texas roots and give you a package that the cowboys would enjoy. We manufacture this in the heart of Johnson City, Texas. This beef jerky recipe that has been around since 1968. These are mesquite smoked in a wood fire smoker for 6 hours to get the perfect dried jerky texture. This original flavor is just beef, cure, and smoke. It melts in your mouth after a couple of chomps and you will not be disappointed.

We use only USA only meat that is locally sourced from farms in Texas. 13% of the entire cattle population in the United States resides in Texas

Ingredients: Beef, seasoning (salt, sugar, sodium nitrate), spices and flavoring.
WHY WE MADE THIS
Blends and beef jerky recipes have been around since 1963. Mixed with the mesquite smoke, the two work in perfect harmony.

Minced garlic added giving it a subtle garlic taste. Round cuts makes for a rip and chew texture like how beef jerky was made back in the day. We wanted to stay true to the Texas roots and give you a package that the cowboys would enjoy. We manufacture this in the heart of Johnson City, Texas. This beef jerky recipe that has been around since 1968. These are mesquite smoked in a wood fire smoker for 6 hours to get the perfect dried jerky texture. This original flavor is just beef, cure, and smoke. It melts in your mouth after a couple of chomps and you will not be disappointed.

We use only USA only meat that is locally sourced from farms in Texas. 13% of the entire cattle population in the United States resides in Texas

Ingredients: Beef, seasoning (salt, sugar, sodium nitrate), spices and flavoring.
WHY WE MADE THIS
Blends and beef jerky recipes have been around since 1963. Mixed with the mesquite smoke, the two work in perfect harmony.

Round cuts makes for a rip and chew texture like how beef jerky was made back in the day. We wanted to stay true to the Texas roots and give you a package that the cowboys would enjoy. We manufacture this in the heart of Johnson City, Texas. This beef jerky recipe that has been around since 1968. These are mesquite smoked in a wood fire smoker for 6 hours to get the perfect dried jerky texture. This original flavor is just beef, cure, and smoke. It melts in your mouth after a couple of chomps and you will not be disappointed.

We use only USA only meat that is locally sourced from farms in Texas. 13% of the entire cattle population in the United States resides in Texas

Ingredients: Beef, seasoning (salt, sugar, sodium nitrate), spices and flavoring.
WHY WE MADE THIS
Blends and beef jerky recipes have been around since 1963. Mixed with the mesquite smoke, the two work in perfect harmony.

A taster bundle for our Texas Style Beef Jerky with one bag of 3 oz or 1 lb from all three flavors!

Round cuts makes for a rip and chew texture like how beef jerky was made back in the day. We wanted to stay true to the Texas roots and give you a package that the cowboys would enjoy. We manufacture this in the heart of Johnson City, Texas. This beef jerky recipe that has been around since 1963. These are mesquite smoked in a wood fire smoker for 6 hours to get the perfect dried jerky texture. This original flavor is just beef, cure, and smoke. It melts in your mouth after a couple of chomps and you will not be disappointed.

We use only USA only meat that is locally sourced from farms in Texas. 13% of the entire cattle population in the United States resides in Texas

Ingredients: Beef, seasoning (salt, sugar, sodium nitrite), spices and flavoring.
WHY WE MADE THIS
Blends and beef jerky recipes have been around since 1963. Mixed with the mesquite smoke, the two work in perfect harmony.

Customer Reviews

Based on 341 reviews
80%
(274)
6%
(22)
5%
(18)
5%
(16)
3%
(11)
T
T.

Good jerky, texas style always out of stock pretty disappointed! I know we ain't short on cows! Get it together!

C
Chris
Moldy!

I love the jerky. It’s hot, spicy, and tough, but this time I had a piece that was moldy. Before I even opened the package I could see the white mold. I did check to see if it was some kind of preserve stuff but no it was mold. That was the only piece but I was unsure if the rest was any good and safe to eat so not feeling good about it I tossed the whole bag. I had more bags so it wasn’t a total loss. Why was it moldy???

J
James Simmons
FINALLY!!!! (Houston Texas)

After searching the universe of the internet, I finally found the jerky I've been looking for! Bone Dry, Large sheets, Jaw working, Good OLe Fashioned beef jerky. Not the strange greasy moist "stuff" that has a strange aftertaste, and leaves a gross film coated in your mouth..(YuK!)

I wont be getting it from anywhere else. :)

PS!:... Not a BoT review either :)

D
David Atkinson
Excellent!

The Texas style jerky is what I consider beef jerky. You have to chew on it a little bit. I know some folks prefer the softer jerky, and there’s no doubt that it’s good. I just prefer the Texas style. I ordered the garlic and it’s phenomenal. Since then I ordered some of the California brisket and California bacon. It’s also very good but a softer, easier chew.
Can’t wait for the Texas style to be back in stock because I need to try some other flavors!

B
Brent Markee
Reminded me of when jerky used to be good.

This stuff is great, if you like old-school jerky that is dry and tough and yummy this is as good as I've found in a long time. It seems expensive, but when you get the pound you realize it's a good bit of meat. If you don't like dry tough jerky don't buy texas style.

Customer Reviews

Based on 341 reviews
80%
(274)
6%
(22)
5%
(18)
5%
(16)
3%
(11)
T
T.

Good jerky, texas style always out of stock pretty disappointed! I know we ain't short on cows! Get it together!

C
Chris
Moldy!

I love the jerky. It’s hot, spicy, and tough, but this time I had a piece that was moldy. Before I even opened the package I could see the white mold. I did check to see if it was some kind of preserve stuff but no it was mold. That was the only piece but I was unsure if the rest was any good and safe to eat so not feeling good about it I tossed the whole bag. I had more bags so it wasn’t a total loss. Why was it moldy???

J
James Simmons
FINALLY!!!! (Houston Texas)

After searching the universe of the internet, I finally found the jerky I've been looking for! Bone Dry, Large sheets, Jaw working, Good OLe Fashioned beef jerky. Not the strange greasy moist "stuff" that has a strange aftertaste, and leaves a gross film coated in your mouth..(YuK!)

I wont be getting it from anywhere else. :)

PS!:... Not a BoT review either :)

D
David Atkinson
Excellent!

The Texas style jerky is what I consider beef jerky. You have to chew on it a little bit. I know some folks prefer the softer jerky, and there’s no doubt that it’s good. I just prefer the Texas style. I ordered the garlic and it’s phenomenal. Since then I ordered some of the California brisket and California bacon. It’s also very good but a softer, easier chew.
Can’t wait for the Texas style to be back in stock because I need to try some other flavors!

B
Brent Markee
Reminded me of when jerky used to be good.

This stuff is great, if you like old-school jerky that is dry and tough and yummy this is as good as I've found in a long time. It seems expensive, but when you get the pound you realize it's a good bit of meat. If you don't like dry tough jerky don't buy texas style.