My squad members always got a kick out of that too.. I may not have said it enough, but "Thank you" for your time and love of thje Art of Jerky making. You truely are one of the good ones.
Ld Oswyn of Moonstone
mka: Sgt(Ret) Michael Rouse
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From: "Jenna" <[log in to unmask]>
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Sent: Wednesday, December 18, 2013 9:50:38 AM GMT -06:00 US/Canada Central
Subject: Re: [CALONTIR] Jerky
When shipping Biohazard jerky to military friends the note I include mentions that feeding it to an uninformed POW might be considered a violation of the Geneva Convention.
On Dec 17, 2013, at 8:31 PM, Kazimierz Verkmastare < [log in to unmask] > wrote:
My personal favorite was Jenna's Biohazard. Natural heat, no chemical extractions. Quite tasty as well, but only a couple of us enjoyed whole bags full...and it made for a few amusing moments when people decided I wanted to share without them asking.
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> Okay, I've heard of Calontir Jerky. But you've got to have more
> than one flavor or type for such a shop.
> So what types and flavors of jerky would you offer?
> Calontr-Jerky-art (6K) 11/15/08 "Sex Red Wine Jerky - the Calontir
> Army Standard" by Bns. Jenna of Southwind.
> And get some insurance. Or at least don't let drunk squires handle
> those slicers. :-)
> On Dec 17, 2013, at 2:21 PM, Jenna < [log in to unmask] > wrote:
>> I nearly forgot: Once all the paperwork is done I rent a
>> particular storefront down on the corner and open Colonel Jenna's
>> Den of Jerky Iniquity, the world's only jerky shoppe. I buy
>> industrial meat slicers and people to use it and I drop by on my
>> scooter every day to oversee the results. *sigh*.
>> Can you just imagine buying jerky by the ounce in a place like an
>> old-time candy store? All white and sparkling glass jars with
>> airtight lids, my staff in chef jackets with the shop name
>> embroidered on them and hair tucked into snoods and chef hats.
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