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Busha Brownes Traditional Jerk Seasoning Rub - 4 ounce jar
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Busha Brownes Traditional Jerk Seasoning Rub - 4 ounce jar

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Busha Browne's Traditional Jerk Seasoning Rub - 4 oz. - An authentic Jamaican blend of herbs and spices to create a 'HOT' marinade. The tradition of 'JERKING'
meat is unique to Jamaica. Originally applied to wild boar in the 17th century, it is now an integral part of Jamaican life. Streetside vendors cook
jerked pork and chicken over hot charcoal and branches of pimento. The aroma is irresistible and the taste delicious.


To jerk meat, chicken, or fish:



  • Use 1 to 2 teaspoons of jerk seasoning per 1lb of meat or fish

  • Rub the seasoning in well with oil and allow to stand and marinade for at least one hour

  • Grill or barbecue until golden brown


From Jamaica


Ingredients: Scallions, Hot Peppers, sea salt, Black pepper, allspice & cane vinegar.

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Market Price $6.99

Our Low Price $5.99

Special Price for 3 Jars $14.97 - Save $6.00 Jar Price $4.99

Fantastic Price for 12 Jars $47.88 - Save $36.00 Jar Price $3.99

Busha Browne's Traditional Jerk Seasoning Rub - 4 oz. - An authentic Jamaican blend of herbs and spices to create a 'HOT' marinade. The tradition of 'JERKING' meat is unique to Jamaica. Originally applied to wild boar in the 17th century, it is now an integral part of Jamaican life. Streetside vendors cook jerked pork and chicken over hot charcoal and branches of pimento. The aroma is irresistible and the taste delicious.

To jerk meat, chicken, or fish:

  • Use 1 to 2 teaspoons of jerk seasoning per 1lb of meat or fish
  • Rub the seasoning in well with oil and allow to stand and marinade for at least one hour
  • Grill or barbecue until golden brown

From Jamaica

Ingredients: Scallions, Hot Peppers, sea salt, Black pepper, allspice & cane vinegar.

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