Friday, 11 June 2010

Cooking with an Empire's Child - Pork Jerk Finale

This evening, Nicholas put the Weber grill on, and cooked the Pork Jerk to perfection. It took about 15 minutes.


This recipe has its history in the slavery of the West Indies. In order to keep any rare source of meat from rotting in the heat of the Jamaican climate, the slaves used the spice mix to kill bacteria in the meat.

It also tastes amazing, and I expect the longer you marinade it, the better it gets. It was not too spicy. My children enjoyed it immensely, and my husband was impressed.


This recipe is definitely a keeper!

3 comments:

The Sassy Kitten said...

A beautiful picture! You captured the texture perfectly. Did you use a macro setting on your camera?

(Incidentally, pork and grilling!?! You will fit right into Indiana. Wait till you try the breaded pork tenderloin sandwich!)

Annie said...

Oh, my word! That looks amazing. I love your blog! Thanks for stopping by mine. Have a great weekend!

Life with Kaishon said...

OH MY GOSH!
Not only does this look SO yummy I can't even stand it!
YOU ARE A WINNER AT I HEART FACES this week! How fabulous is that!

I had to shout it! I hope it makes your whole day! YAY for you!

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