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Bradley Smokers => The Black Bradley Smoker (BTIS1) => Topic started by: just a smokin on April 22, 2018, 08:15:32 am

Title: ....making some jerky ...oh ..oh..
Post by: just a smokin on April 22, 2018, 08:15:32 am

     lol well who wants a good laugh for today... well i went to go and make some beef jerky , or at least make the marinade to soak  the meat in... lol.. well the recipe called for 4 tsp of honey... well i added 4 1/4 cups instead and didn't realize till it was already to late , meat was in and soaking .. ha ha

awe well lets see how this tastes ..

     well I'll start smoking here in a couple of hours ... and then ill let everyone know how my...aahh... experiment ( lol) turned out ..s..
Title: Re: ....making some jerky ...oh ..oh..
Post by: Edward176 on April 22, 2018, 09:54:40 am
LOL, never a mistake or a calculation error, always experimenting with new ingredients and amounts... I've never made a mistake in following the recipe, just deviated by a mile sometimes. No matter, its always been edible, sort of.
Title: Re: ....making some jerky ...oh ..oh..
Post by: just a smokin on April 22, 2018, 06:16:30 pm


  well i finished the jerky... hey didnt turn out to bad actually , the wife really likes the (Bourbon one )(jack Daniels), really surprised me . while the other one a beer type jerky , still though (thats the one where i added wwwaayyy to much honey , lol.
Title: Re: ....making some jerky ...oh ..oh..
Post by: TMB on April 23, 2018, 05:15:57 am


  well i finished the jerky... hey didnt turn out to bad actually , the wife really likes the (Bourbon one )(jack Daniels), really surprised me . while the other one a beer type jerky , still though (thats the one where i added wwwaayyy to much honey , lol.
Glad it worked out for you.  When I make jerky I always double ck myself incase I added to much of this or that especially cure salt !!
Title: Re: ....making some jerky ...oh ..oh..
Post by: tskeeter on April 29, 2018, 04:06:53 am
For complicated recipes, it can be helpful to measure out all the ingredients into small bowls before blending anything together.  It makes it easier to see a mistake. 

For some of my seasoning blends, I weigh the ingredients.  When I blend everything together, I weigh the combined ingredients and compare that to the total weight I calculated I should have.  If it’s way off, I have a chance to decide if I’m going to start over.  Less expensive to dump some seasoning than have a batch of bad sausage.