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Quote Joseph Replybullet Topic: The Jerk Experience
    Posted: 24 Sept 2003 at 5:47pm

I am very partial to Jerk seasoning, that authentic Jamaican flavor  To the uninitiated, Jerk is a mixture of herbs and spices, preferrably manufactured by Walkerswood or Grace, when rubbed into your favourite fish or meat and left to marinade overnight, gives it that tantalizing flavour that just tickles your taste buds.  That's what I am talking about.  By the way, if you go to recipes on this site, you should find several recipes using the Jerk seasoning.  Please take care to apply it in its suggested portions.  If you don't, you will have a spicy experience, that is less jerk, less spice, less heat.  This means that does not need to be hot.

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Quote geek_row Replybullet Posted: 30 Sept 2003 at 2:38am
Hey Scott, Tried the Chicken Jerky this weekend. It was good however I only marinaded it for an hour (see instructions) and cooked it on the grill. Most of the sauce fell off - which was a shame because the sauce was out of this world. Next time I do it I'll try letting it marinate for twenty-four hours or wrapping it in tin foil as I place it on the grill. Why is it that the only animal we eat before its born or after its dead is Chicken?                
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Quote Scott Replybullet Posted: 02 Oct 2003 at 2:35am

Isn't it delicious!

I'm not a cook, I just eat the stuff.  

I'll have to let someone who knows cooking answer any questions about cooking techniques.  I'm of the type who can set off the fire alarm just by boiling water! 



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Quote Joseph Replybullet Posted: 06 Oct 2003 at 12:28am

Hey geek_row,

You certainly did a great job on your jerk. Your cooking was a success. You are correct if you marinade the chicken for twenty four hours or longer the seasoning goes straight through to the bone.The seasoning will not fall off then but would appear liquified.Try this again and let me know what results you got.

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Quote Scott Replybullet Posted: 06 Oct 2003 at 3:54am

Joseph,

I was looking at the B.B.Q. Jerk Chicken Recipe in the recipes section and it does say marinate at least an hour.  Maybe we should mention that the longer you marinate it, the better results you get.  What do you think?

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Quote Joseph Replybullet Posted: 07 Oct 2003 at 9:18am

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I certainly believe that this would be a good thing "Suggesting that the longer that you marinate the meat the better results that you will get"! 

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Quote Scott Replybullet Posted: 07 Oct 2003 at 11:41pm
Sounds good.  I'll add that to the recipe next time I update the site.
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Quote trinid Replybullet Posted: 08 Oct 2003 at 4:42pm
Ok, guys, for some serious spice in this Jerk connection.  I can see that you'll have not tasted a good Trini curry.  Nothing can beat a good chicken or goat curry with roti.  It's like you are alive and experiencing heaven.  (realise I did not say died and gone to haven) It is just that good.  Check out the recipies section.  why not try it.
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Quote Joseph Replybullet Posted: 20 Nov 2003 at 8:57am

Yes madam, I have gone to try a meal of Trini Roti and chicken at a local Restaraunt. It was a good experience.  I took some time to ask the chef about the various ways that  Jerk chicken  or the  curry chicken could be prepared so he gave me a mouthful of ways  He went to  explain  that  jerk chicken could be grilled, fried, friggasee, skewered, roasted, baked, boiled, brown-stewed, barbecue.  

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