Honor National Jerky Day with 9 of the wildest jerky flavors ever
June 12th marks that sacred holiday known as National Jerky Day. And while you could just snap up a Slim Jim and call it a (National Jerky) day, we know you're better than that. Run dried-meat-wild with one of these unusual jerky flavors, all of which make that plain beef stick seem sadder than Charlie Brown, when he's off his anti-depressants.
This standard mozz stick is blasted with beef jerky, making it the king of all lunchbox snacks. Bow down, salami pudding cups.
Roo meat is much leaner and less fatty than beef, a fact you should share with anyone who gives you the stink eye for eating Winnie the Pooh's friends.
Just like a Hawaiian pizza, if you added dried meat and got rid of all the dough, sauce, cheese, and delicious garlic dipping sauce.
This is what pimps eat, after turning the rest of the gator into shoes.
Sadly, the dudes at Side Project only offered their pho jerky on a limited run, and it has since gone up to the great resealable snack bag in the sky. The good news is they have plenty more jerky options to tide you over until phorky's inevitably, glorious return. The Mongolian beef is nice.
Because Rooster Sauce goes with anything and everything, the meat masters at J&D's decided to slather it on their recently debuted Sriracha jerky. Remember: These are the men who brought you Baconlube, so you should not question their methods. Or maybe you should, actually.
Spiked with guarana, aka that thing with twice as much caffeine as coffee, the aptly named Perky Jerky gives you a beef fix and lets you skip your daily java injection.
"You're gonna need a bigger boat. And, in an unrelated snacking manner, also more Shark Jerky."
Sold only in select stores in Japan, "zombie" jerky is made from all-natural undead flesh, and definitely not just beef mixed with blue dye #29.