|Scotch Whisky: A Liquid History|
|by Charles Maclean|
Whisky is widely considered the finest spirit in the world--and this is the definitive history of the "water of life.
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Remove as much ... and thickness of jerky. Open oven ... to be kept for a long period of time. but I double you will be able to leave it alone that long.
If you like ... Make sure the liquid saturates the meat. ... possible temperature for 6 to 12 hours. The longer you roast the more crispy the meat gets.
Enter the wooded ... and cover with liquid smoke and water to ... dried. Remove toothpicks. Then sit back and enjoy your big buck. Set oven on 150 degrees.
Slice flank steak in thin slices diagonally across grain. Combine seasonings mixture. Pour mixture over meat and let soak in mixture 4 to 6 hours. ...
Place meat in container and cover with marinade, piercing slices deeply with fork. Marinate overnight in covered container in refrigerator. Remove ...
For 4 pounds meat soak overnight. Oven 125 degrees for 5 hours.
Cut meat in 1/2" to 3/4" pieces. Seal in air tight bag with above ingredients in refrigerator for 2 days. Drain off sauce and spread in flat pan. Put ...
Mix ground meat thoroughly with the spices. Roll the meat into balls (about 1 pound each). Place a meat ball between 2 sheets of waxed paper and roll ...
Mix salts and liquid smoke. Layer meat ... rack in oven with aluminum foil on bottom rack for 4 hours at 150 degrees. Turn meat over for 5 additional hours.
Select lean cuts ... way to make jerky is to use ... temperature setting that allows you to set the temperature to just above 140°F. A smoker may also be used.
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