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It's got to be a good thing, right?

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I'm afraid I don't see your point. We order "Orange Chicken" from Chinese restaurants all the time and I have seen tomatoes put on steak and chicken. We put cranberry sauce on turkey. I have to put down a caveat that it really depends on what "fruit" is being paired with the jerky, but this isn't something that I feel is de-facto a bad thing.

If you want to argue that potted meat is a bad thing, you won't get any resistance from me. But adding BBQ can't make it taste any worse.

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davypi wrote:
But adding BBQ can't make it taste any worse.


They have to resurrect Top Chef: Just Desserts just so this can be a cut-to-commercial cliffhanger statement.
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davypi wrote:
I'm afraid I don't see your point. We order "Orange Chicken" from Chinese restaurants all the time and I have seen tomatoes put on steak and chicken. We put cranberry sauce on turkey. I have to put down a caveat that it really depends on what "fruit" is being paired with the jerky, but this isn't something that I feel is de-facto a bad thing.

If you want to argue that potted meat is a bad thing, you won't get any resistance from me. But adding BBQ can't make it taste any worse.



Dibs!

(I wondered when this thread would be posted.)
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Frankly it bothers me more that "Chinese Brand Beef Jerky" is a "product of U.S.A."

What American consumer would be drawn to a Chinese brand of beef jerky?
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jbrecken wrote:
Frankly it bothers me more that "Chinese Brand Beef Jerky" is a "product of U.S.A."

What American consumer would be drawn to a Chinese brand of beef jerky?

One who likes Chinese style jerky, perhaps?
 
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jbrecken wrote:
Frankly it bothers me more that "Chinese Brand Beef Jerky" is a "product of U.S.A."

What American consumer would be drawn to a Chinese brand of beef jerky?
They've 'misspelt' LEAD as "Fruit"!
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jbrecken wrote:
Frankly it bothers me more that "Chinese Brand Beef Jerky" is a "product of U.S.A."

What American consumer would be drawn to a Chinese brand of beef jerky?


I don't understand what the issue is. Chinese-style beef jerky is different.
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