Jerk is a cooking technique that is native to Jamaica. Meat is marinated with wet or dry rub for a minimum of 12 hours with various spices that include but not limited to pimento (all-spice), thyme, garlic and peppers. The meat is then grilled over log wood coals. In addition to grilling over log wood coals, traditional “jerking” also includes pimento wood logs, pimento leaves and a zinc covering. Jerk chicken is a well-known Jamaican dish that is widely prepared in the U.S. – Because of its traditional preparation the genuine, natural smoky flavor that you would experience at a jerk centre or jerk stand in Jamaica can be lost because of the formal cooking processes state wide.
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