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Old 11-30-2014, 06:55 PM
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Red Truck Beef Jerky

After paying for our meal at Cracker Barrel tonight I was looking around their gift shop hoping not to be the last one again to find out about some kind of old Ford truck related trinket, didn't find one but did find a couple of packages of Red Truck beef jerky. I thought you Manure Spreaders might be interested:

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It'd be a nice adder to your trophy shelf.
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Have you tried the jerky to see how it tastes? Tastes good or like it has been around since the truck?

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That is awesome.

I have a Cracker Barrel about 1/2 hour from me that I have never been in. But now I just might push past all the fat ladies in the gift shop and look for that jerky.

Edit - just read my own insanity thought. I don't want to drive to the mall area at all. So I just went online and bought the 8 bags for $40 with free shipping. Now a bunch of people, including myself, are going to get some of this jerky in their Christmas stockings.

Thanks for the thread with the link!

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When the bags arrive I'm gonna take a black Sharpie pen and color in the whitewalls!

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Have you tried the jerky to see how it tastes? Tastes good or like it has been around since the truck?

Bruce

No, I didn't buy any. If it would have had a more interesting package art I probably would have bought a couple of packages,

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You just have dagmar envy, Bob... We've got 'em, you don't. They make everything better.
Ross, I will admit Dagmars are desirable in the proper application

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Hey guys,
The other day I ordered an 8-pack of this jerky. It arrived today.
Of course a bag had to be torn open and sampled right away. 'For quality assurance purposes'

The results of my testing and buying experience are as follows:
1) They shipped it fast.
2) They packed it well.
3) It tastes very good. I bought the 'teriaki' flavor and it was sweet which is OK by me. The jerky itself was not hard, it was chewy and the pieces were of a decent size - not too big not too small.
4) With packaging and mailing costs taken into consideration, it is a good value when buying an 8-pack with free shipping.

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Sorry Tom, I wasn't paying attention. Been busy googling 'Dagmar' for the past few days. May have to clear my browser history after this...
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