Wednesday, October 11, 2023

Jedidiah's Beef Brisket Jerky - Jed's Famous BBQ

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This "Jed's Famous BBQ" is a new flavor from Jedidiah's Jerky. It's part of their revamped line up of beef brisket jerky.

Jedidiah's Jerky is a brand that we reviewed before (read the reviews here). Some time ago, they reintroduced their line of jerky with new recipes and new branding, and moved their headquarters from Laughlin, NV to Beatty, NV. Jedidiah's Jerky also has since opened up a chain of beef jerky stores called, "Jed's Jerky" throughout Nevada and California.

This "Jed's Famous BBQ", we believe, replaces the company's previous, "Jed's BBQ". It seems that since then, his BBQ has gone famous.


Beef brisket, sugar, gluten free reduced sodium tamari soy sauce, BBQ concentrate.


The first flavor I pick up on the tongue is a sweet BBQ sauce flavor with a light tanginess. Touches of seasonings come in, along with a noticeable pineapple. The chewing brings on more tanginess, with touches of vinegar, and some more of the pineapple. There's also a hint of tomato.

For being marketed as, "Jed's Famous BBQ", it definitely does have a BBQ sauce flavor, somewhat mild in terms of spiciness, but still with some peppery seasonings. Considering this is beef brisket, it actually simulates tender BBQ beef brisket, with a touch of smoke.

Otherwise, the primary taste profile is that of a sweet BBQ sauce, lighty spicy, quite tangy, with a light fruity pineapple. Hints of pepper and cayenne linger in the background, while a touch of tomato helps define the BBQ sauce. The saltiness feels low.

The meat consistency is excellent for beef brisket jerky. It's quite soft and tender, and very meaty. There's only light stringiness found. The chewing texture feels like real meat, just quite soft and tender. Some strips are very soft and tend to chew mushy, but there are some pieces more dry and chewy. Some pieces have bits of fat on them, which adds some flavor.


"Jed's Famous BBQ" from Jed's Beef Brisket Jerky generates a lively flavor through tangy ingredients of pineapple and vinegar, yet stays true to the Kansas City style with its thick sweet, light seasonings, and touches of tomato sauce. The beef brisket meat consistency works really well with this recipe, and recreates the decadence of moist, tender, BBQ beef brisket swimming in sauce. I like the light smoke flavor in the background, and I really enjoy the tangy pineapple in this.

Rating: Best

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