Baxter Road Grilled Chicken


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By Steven Raichlen

Published 1998

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Foodies of a certain age may remember Baxter Road of the old days—back when it was a rough-and-tumble row of cook stalls that sprung up nightly along an equally rough-and-tumble street on the outskirts of Bridgetown, Barbados. This chicken owes its exceptional succulence and flavor to Barbados’s national marinade, which is called, simply, seasonin’. A tangy paste based on garlic, chives, peppers, and thyme, seasonin’ is considerably—and mercifully—milder than Jamaican jerk, which makes it i