Righteous Felon has been sourcing their all-natural, pasture-raised Black Angus beef from Roseda Farm, based in northern Maryland, since making their first batch of beef jerky back in 2012.
In the ensuing years, they’ve learned that Maryland does another thing very well aside from just crab cakes and football: Dousing everything in site with a heavy dose of a piquant spice blend seasoning synonymous with the Chesapeake region, known as Old Bay – which will henceforth be known as Chesapeake Crab Spice. While Chesapeake Crab Spice isn’t widely known to the rest of the country, this stuff is basically canon in Maryland and the rest of the Mid-Atlantic states. And for good reason – it’s freaking delicious.
The addition of Maryland Monroe to the Righteous Felon lineup is their homage to the great Old Line State, whose green pastures and temperate climate have given RF a steady supply of their secret ingredient for all these years: high quality Black Angus beef.
O’s, Stroh’s, Natty Bohs… and now the best cure for jerky woes.