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What a jerk...

Ok, you guys were right. This Walkerswood Jamaican Jerk Marinade is amazing.  Got it at Kroger.
Richmond and Mathews County, VA. Large BGE, Weber gas, little Weber charcoal. Vintage ManGrates. Little reddish portable kamado that shall remain nameless here.  Very Extremely Stable Genius. 


  • GATraveller
    GATraveller Posts: 8,207
    Good to know.  Thanks for sharing.

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  • Cookbook_Chip
    Cookbook_Chip Posts: 1,299
    @JethroVA I agree!  I tried it a month or so ago (Kroger) and it's now my fav thing on chicken and porkchops. HOT and delish.
    Lovin' my Large Egg since May 2012 (Richmond, VA) ... and makin' cookbooks at https://FamilyCookbookProject.com
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  • gdenby
    gdenby Posts: 6,239
    Yes, I was delighted to find it some years ago at an oriental market that also had a small Caribbean and African section. Nothing I've had as been as good. Was also happy to see small quantities available a on of the larger stores of a local chain.
  • hondabbq
    hondabbq Posts: 1,980
    I took a  recipe from a place I worked at when I was apprenticing. I personally have never been to Jamaica so I don't know how truly authentic it really is. I have had a couple chef friends of mine, 1 from Jamaica and one from Trinidad/Tobago say that its really good.

    Here it is. Sorry for the Foodservice volumes. We use an immersion blender in a 16 L pail to mix, but a RobotCoupe or a food processor will work for smaller batches.

    16 yellow onions
    8 bunches of green onions
    2 cups jalapenos
    5 cups garlic cloves
    1/3 cup all spice
    1/3 cup crushed chillies
    1/3 cup sugar
    1 tbsp. nutmeg
    1 tbsp. dry mustard
    2 cups balsamic vinegar
    4 cups orange juice
    2 cups lemon juice
    2 cups oyster sauce
    1/3 cup mint
    1/3 cup thyme
    2 tbsp. black pepper
    1 tbsp cinnamon
    2 tbsp salt

    Marinate chicken overnight. Don't shake off solids, it adds to the presentation and flavor.

  • Grillin_beers
    Grillin_beers Posts: 1,345
    When I lived in Augusta I used to shop at Kroger all the time.  Sadly there isn't one in Spartanburg.  I'll have to see if publix carries it when I used up the Jerk marinade I got in the exchange. 
    1 large BGE, Spartanburg SC

    My dog thinks I'm a grilling god. 
  • Chauncy
    Chauncy Posts: 47
    I love my jerk spicy
  • Photo Egg
    Photo Egg Posts: 12,110
    That is some good stuff and packs a real KICK...
    Thank you,

    Galveston Texas