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New product for jerky lovers

| Friday, Jan. 26, 2007

I'm aware that it takes a professional meat cutter to cut up a deer properly. Many of us do our own, but our efforts fall far short of those who really know how.

A lot of deer meat is made into some form of sausage, and many outdoors fans like to make jerky. Making jerky properly is not as easy as falling off the proverbial log.

Buying jerky can be pretty expensive. I used an old fashioned jerky maker, but I didn't get top results.

Buying jerky can cost as much as $16 a pound. The release wants to know why anyone would pay that amount when you can make better jerky in the comfort of your own home.

Hi Mountain Jerky Master allows anyone to make delicious, homemade tender jerky on the grill or in the oven. By selecting your own meats, whether they are wild game or domestic meats, and adding one of the many choices of high-quality Hi Mountain Jerky seasonings, you can virtually guarantee the success of your jerky. Thanks to Hi Mountain, making homemade jerky is fun and has never been easier.

The popular Jerky Master comes complete with a high-grade jerky grill, an industrial stainless steel jerky screen for years of use, two flavors of Hi Mountain Jerky Cure and Seasonings, and two interchangeable nozzles for making either jerky strips or jerky sticks.

Each package of Hi Mountain Seasonings will season 15 pounds of meat, and an easy-to-follow instruction booklet is included with every Jerky Master kit. This quality-constructed jerky maker is simple to use, easy to store and dishwasher safe. Cleaning is easier than ever with the newly designed cut-away handle. The kit is durable and with proper care and cleaning, the kit will provide a lifetime of high-quality jerky.

Hi Mountain Seasoning's Jerky Master offers the perfect blend of high-grade culinary products to produce tender delicious jerky with the company's world renowned special blend of the highest quality herbs and spices. All seasoning kits are packaged with the exact amount of cure for making soft jerky, not the hard, over-dry jerky found commercially.

The owners, Hans and Kimberly Hummel of Hi Mountain Seasonings, continually search for quality products to help their customers make fresh, delicious and healthy recipes.

Because it packs easy and tastes great, jerky has become the largest-selling meat snack in the world. Thousands of people worldwide have found that the best jerky is made right in their own homes with Hi Mountain Seasonings Jerky kits. Homemade jerky has less fat, no preservatives and a better taste and texture than many products available commercially. Hi Mountain offers a wide variety of jerky cure and seasonings. These seasonings are specially formulated to enhance the natural flavors of all types of meat, including elk, deer, steak, ground beef, poultry and fish. They are available from many sporting goods stores and in many grocery outlets.

Located in the heart of Wyoming, Hi Mountain Seasonings was founded in 1991. It is the premier manufacturer of kits for homemade jerky and sausage. Hi Mountain has successfully captured the western flavors in their line of Jerky Cure and Seasonings, Western Sizzle Designer Series Seasonings, bacon cures and other products that make up the unique line of products that are faithful to the western tradition of cooking and seasoning.

For additional information, call 1-800-829-2285, visit the Web site at www.himtnjerky.com or write to Hi Mountain Seasonings, 1000 College View Drive, Riverton WY 82501.

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