We try to make it a point to make Beef Jerky
every time the Apollo
comes out. This Teriyaki Beef Jerky turned out amazing. Smoky, tender, little bitty crunchy bits... I won't bore you with the poetry of how complex and wonderful the jerky tasted, needless to say however, that it was plain old YUM. Now, you may be asking yourself, how in the heck does the Sultana get all these different temperature smokes going on one smoker? That has crossed my mind, and I tell you how. These jerky bits only need about 3 hours to dehydrate, so you start them when you have started the smoker, so the temperature is still pretty low. You can get your pulled pork and ribs on at that time too, without too much worry. Then as the temperature rises, keep an eye on the jerky until it's done. Here's how it's done.