Skuhna's Beef Jerky takes off by sending punters into a chilli frenzy

By Ben Langford
Updated October 15 2016 - 9:58am, first published October 13 2016 - 5:30pm
Leah Stefanou packs the jerky for sale while Ron Kuhna slices the topside before it is marinated and then dried for nine hours. That would be the chilli seeds in foreground. Picture: Adam McLean
Leah Stefanou packs the jerky for sale while Ron Kuhna slices the topside before it is marinated and then dried for nine hours. That would be the chilli seeds in foreground. Picture: Adam McLean

A Wollongong father and daughter duo’s extraordinary success with their homegrown beef jerky has closed down her cafe and put his retirement plans on hold.

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