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  • Dewesq55
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    jhoskins - I burn the chips for smoke. Sucked are used differently. They use them as like a rack to cook the food on above the fire. That's why I mentioned somewhere here about using Bay leaves (soak them first) as a bed for three food.

  • Red Man
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    For one cup uncooked rice. 1/2 can of pigeon peas, replace 1/3 of the water or stock with coconut milk. Throw in a few sprigs of thyme, scallion, and a scotch bonnet pepper and remove when finished.

  • Red Man
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    I get sticks from pimentowood.com. I believe they get a shipment about once a year and the sticks sell out each year. Just keep checking and they’ll be back in stock eventually. I’m sure the chips will work fine though.

  • jhoskins
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    My wife and I honeymooned in Jamaica and I fell in love (with Jerk of course).

    Curry I’m an be intimidating, and yes, curry powder is just a spice blend... it’s like saying BBQ rub... most people have there own idea of what goes into it and it can vary quite a bit based on region. Same thing with masala. I love Indian food, in fact I made some last night!

  • jhoskins
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    Do you have a good rice and peas recipe? Thanks for the link, I would have never thought to check Etsy for food.

  • jhoskins
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    I had to buy chips because the sticks were out on PimentoWood.com lol

  • jhoskins
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    Do you reuse the pimento wood chips? I read that when they cook Jerk on pimento sticks they reuse the sticks, which seems interesting... not sure why or if you could pull it off with chips (that is what I ordered because actual sticks were out of stock)

  • bbqLuv
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    Summertime, BBQ, and a cold one, PBR. something to look forward to.

  • HawkerXP
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    Says the guy who only drinks PBR!

  • Wedunne
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    I've been able to order pimento wood and other products from https://pimentowood.com/. They also have a pretty decent jerk chicken recipe.

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  • JoeSousa
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    Where did you get the pimento wood? I have been looking for some pimento wood sticks and all I seem to be finding is some chips.

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  • bbqLuv
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    I like the way you think. So many different cuisines so little time.
    I know, Happy grilling to you.

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  • Dewesq55
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    Habaneros are a good substitute as far as spice level. They don't have quite the same fruity flavor as Scotch Bonnets, but Scotch Bonnets are pretty impossible to get around here. We planted a couple of plants last summer but we didn't get any production. 😞
    Last edited by Dewesq55; February 13, 2021, 08:49 PM.

  • Donw
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    Thanks for the tip. Going to order some and give it a try.

  • Dewesq55
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    Grace is pretty good. I have used it. But Walker Wood, if you can find it, is the Bomb! Also, Steve Raichlen has a very good jerk marinade recipe.

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