Jerk is the method of cooking well seasoned – usually very spicy meat over a fire under leaves and with wood that gives the meat flavour.
The best jerk food is said to be found in the parish of Portland. The Boston Jerk Festival is a yearly event where most things jerk can be found.
Man! We had a lot to eat including jerked rabbit meat and pig feet.😁
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