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The jumbo shrimp on the grill proved that dishes other than jerk chicken were in high demand.
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These vendors spent the day frying fresh dough for fry bakes.
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At the Caribbean Corn stand, you could get this summer staple with the jerk twist of thyme, coconut flakes, lime and paprika.
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It was easy to get glimpses of fresh jerk meat being carved at many of the vendors.
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The vendors at this booth hacked away at coconuts to provide a thirst quencher after the spicy jerk food, fresh coconut water.
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All of the booths were from the greater New York City area, and the festival made it easy to discover new restaurants for when you get the craving for jerk spices.
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After chicken, jerk fish seemed to be the most popular item at the stands.
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I smothered my chicken in different sauces from the vendor, and the array of flavors was totally worth the burning sensation in my mouth.