Best Jerk Chicken in The World Summer Recipe | From Chef Ricardo Cooking Shows

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Jerk Chicken Oven Baked | Recipes By Chef Ricardo

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About Chef Ricardo Cooking:
Ricardo Campbell, more popularly known as Chef Ricardo was born in Jamaica and grew up in the busy hotels and restaurants of Ocho Rios, one of Jamaica’s main tourist cities. He cooks and prepares first class Caribbean dishes, and shares his passion for food with the world. Follow Chef Ricardo on his mission to promote Caribbean Cuisine!

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