The Jerk Pork Chili looks great, with red color and colorful diced peppers in it. Heat-wise, it’s at the low end of medium but the Jamaican Jerk vibe really comes through quite well.
White chili is usually a chicken thing. I prefer pork, though, because pork.
These delicious sausages have a counterpart all over Latin America. The ingredients can vary widely; some recipes call for saltpeter, some use all pork, some include spices such as cloves and cinnamon, and still others prefer vinegar or wine. I have included this rather traditional recipe from Argentina utilizing the famed ají p-p, the “bad word” chile; for a substitute, use pure hot red chile powder, such as New Mexico Chimayó. In Argentina, these sausages are almost always included at an asado–a barbecue. Note: This recipe requires advance preparation.
This simple tri-tip rub was part of the Trash Can Smoker article I created over at Central. It’s very easy and still a favorite with my peeps.
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