Huts have provided folks with plenty over the years, from Sunglass Hut peddling eyewear, to Pizza Hut plating stuffed crust, to Pizza the Hutt giving that Max Headroom-ish dude a good laugh, before he got locked in his limo, and ate himself. To DEATH. For a shanty-sounding biz dealing in delicious dried meats, check out Fatt Bob's Jerky Hut.
Set up in the bustling borough of Quakertown, Fatt's a line of carnivore-pleasing beef/ turkey jerkies 'n more (available via mail order and in a run of craft fairs) in a plethora of flavors ranging from black pepper to insanely hot, recommended for those "who like a little spice", which you'd better enjoy before Mom gets the cable bill. On the jerky front, they've got pieces of smoked turkey breast treated with pepper or one of two teriyaki marinades, along with a slew of all-muscle beef slices like the Golden Nuggets, which're "sweet & tender like a BBQ rib without the bone"; the Mooie Louie, treated with teriyaki and a bit of Asian mustard; and the triple habanero'd, "painfully hot" Chernobyl, whose "triple meltdown flavor" will likely Fuku(shima) up. If strips ain't your thing, they're doing some snappy sausage sticks like the mild smoke-flavored Long Ball Louie, the Jalapeno Pete, and the smokey/ peppery Red River Randy, though what does anyone named Randy know about peppered beef sticks? Oh snap!
If your mind's (rightfully) blown and you can't decide what you want, Fatt's got a Jerky of the Month Club, and on anything in their stock you'll get a nice discount on multi-pound orders, also the instructions Lone Star demanded of his co-pilot while celebrating Pizza the Hutt's demise.