Microwaved Chile-Lime-Ginger Beef Jerky
For Father's Day, Grace Parisi gave her husband a membership to a jerky-of-the-month club. But waiting four weeks for each delivery wasn't easy. Making jerky at home is more immediately gratifying, especially when you use a microwave oven, which cuts the marinating and drying time to about 3 hours. You'll only need a microwave bacon rack or two microwave-safe, silicone ice cube trays.