Some of the tastiest meats on the planet are stockpiled in Mother Nature’s Freezer, the Alaskan wilderness. This magical meat land is teeming with herds of free-range, free-graze caribou and reindeer and schools of red salmon marinated and massaged in the rolling rapids of the Kenai River.
While these exotic tundra treats have remained relatively untasted due to Alaska’s well known frostbite/bear attack/total isolation tourism nightmare, the Alaskan Jerkygram is bringing the Alaskan backcountry to the forefront.
Along with two summer sausages of quality caribou and reindeer and a pack of intentionally fishy salmon jerky, the Alaskan Jerkygram includes an Ulu, a classic Inuit knife. Traditionally this knife is handed down from generation to generation, so start brainstorming an elaborate backstory of Alaskan ancestry.
The Alaskan Jerkygram braves the elements and brings back the finest flavors of the Alaskan Wilderness.
10/23/2016 Julie Bartlett Wild Alaskan Jerkygram 5
We got this for a friend as a thank you for some work he had done for us. He lets us know that he really liked it. He said that when he opened the box, he smelled MEAT. He added that his wife had her eye on the salmon jerky.
Since they had recently traveled to Alaska, the knife was a hit. They'd been debating whether to buy one when they were there and hadn't, so now they have one.