Jerk seasoning, a traditional Caribbean spice rub made with allspice berries, Scotch bonnet chiles, and a host of other herbs and spices, gets a Northwest twist in a Canadian chef’s hands. This recipe, which utilizes plank cooking on cedar, is a method commonly used on the West Coast; halibut is plentiful in neighboring Alaskan waters.
This recipe is excerpted from The Chefs Collaborative Cookbook.
Serve with a good corn succotash.
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