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Old 05-19-2019, 07:49 PM   #16
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Jerk baby back ribs hit the spot.

I hadn't even thought of using ribs for a jerk recipe. What a great idea!
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Old 05-19-2019, 07:57 PM   #17
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Although there are many variations of jerk one can make at home, we just open a jar of Walkerswood and start the Kamado for a smokey good meal. Try this!!

https://pimentowood.com/shop/
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Hard to believe that nobody has mentioned the Jah Love jerk seasoning from Oakridge. That stuff is GOOD. Their recipe for jerk chicken thighs is easy and people love it.
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Old 05-19-2019, 08:46 PM   #19
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Haven't made it in a while but we used to make jerk pork tenderloin a lot and really enjoyed it.
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Hard to believe that nobody has mentioned the Jah Love jerk seasoning from Oakridge. That stuff is GOOD.
You're absolutely right. Follow the directions on the back of the package, and you're in for a treat!
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Old 05-19-2019, 10:06 PM   #21
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Umpteen years ago, my wife and I started attending a local multicultural festival and found the "Jamaican Jerk Hut". It was a food truck, with jerk pork, jerk chicken and jerk wings. Theirs was seasoned with a jerk rub, griled, and served with a signature homemade sauce, that is full of flavor. Really good! We really liked it! 8 or 10 years ago, my wife bought me the "BBQ Bible", and I found a marinade recipe in it that has been my go to jerk recipe ever since for my family, and even a large party for some extended family. My wife, like yours is a chicken fan, and I am a pork fan...so I usually make both. Since then, I found Oakridge Jah Love and I am a big fan of it too, albeit a little too spicy for my wife.

If you are making it, with pork, use a pork steak or pork tenderloin butterflied and I have also used riblets. If you want chicken, use whole pieces or even boneless pieces. I have even used a mahi steak, that turned out great! Experiment, and start out less spicy if you make the recipe homemade...use 3 or 4 peppers, without seeds instead of 8 to 12 peppers with seeds, and move up from there. Dont worry about all the spices being weird. When they all get together with the rest of the ingredients, it is magic!!
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Old 05-20-2019, 09:58 PM   #22
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Walkerwood is very good. Pork or chicken is good, but goat rocks.
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Hard to believe that nobody has mentioned the Jah Love jerk seasoning from Oakridge. That stuff is GOOD. Their recipe for jerk chicken thighs is easy and people love it.
Walkerswood is what got me started on jerk, but I prefer Jah Love now. good stuff

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Although there are many variations of jerk one can make at home, we just open a jar of Walkerswood and start the Kamado for a smokey good meal. Try this!!

https://pimentowood.com/shop/
This too...a bag of chips has lasted me a long time.
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Walkerswood is the answer, and I’m the kind of guy who normally makes his own rubs and sauces. Used it for years. I have a friend from Jamaica who swears by it as well.
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McCormick's jerk seasoning works well for a quick cook,I'm sure there's better but It has a low amount of sugar in it the best I can tell which I have to have
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Old 05-21-2019, 09:31 AM   #26
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Big fan of Jah Love on both chicken and pork, favorite though are thick cut pork chops, like to let marinade for 24 to 36hrs before throwing on the grill.



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Never tried jerk pork but I love jerk chicken. I've always used McCormick's jerk seasoning and recipe because it is simple and tastes great. Unlike the recipe though I will marinate for several hours and sometimes overnight.
https://www.mccormick.com/recipes/ma...inated-chicken
This is my go to recipe as well. I tried other brands and did not like them. The Mccormick brand imo is perfectly balanced. It does pack a punch with the heat if you follow the marinade recipe .
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It all sounds good but was disappointed with the flavor.Not bad but not wow
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