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If you love beef jerky this site has all the best reviewed:


http://www.bestbeefjerky.org/2009/01...een-chile.html

Last week I published a review of Route 66 Beef Jerky - Original, and
wanted to follow up with a review of their Green Chile variety.

Route 66 is a brand produced by Old Santa Fe Trail, Inc., based out of
Albuquerque, NM. They've been making beef jerky since 1988, right off
the old historic Route 66. Their jerky is made from their own USDA
approved facility, staffed with a small crew of 9 people.

The company says that this green chile variety was made using chiles
from the Hatch Valley of southern New Mexico. According to Matthew
Chavez, the company's founder, Hatch is the chile capital of the world,
saying that the people there have such a keen sense for chiles, they can
taste one and tell which side of Interstate 40 it grew from.

It sounds like I'm in for a real treat.


Ingredients

Beef, water, green chili, salt, garlic powder, pepper.